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CHEST 36-38 in 39-41 in 42-45 in 46-49 in 50-53 in
91-97 cm 99-104 cm 107-114 cm 117-124 cm 127-135 cm
WAIST 30, 31 in 32, 33, 34 in 36, 38 in 40, 42 in 44 in
76, 79 cm 81, 84, 86 cm 91, 97 cm 102, 107 cm 112 cm
HIP 36-38 in 38-40 in 42, 44 in 46, 48 in 50 in
91-91 cm 97-102 cm 107-112 cm 117-122 cm 127 cm
SLEEVE 33 in (84 cm) 34 in (86 cm) 35 in (89 cm) 36 in (91 cm) 37 in (94 cm)
INSEAM (SHORT) 30 in (76 cm)
INSEAM (REG) 32 in (81 cm)
INSEAM (LONG) 34 in (86 cm)
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CHEST/BUST: Measure the fullest part of your chest/bust, keeping the tape at your armpits
WAIST: Measure your natural waist, where your torso is the smallest
HIP: Stand with feet together and measure the fullest part of your hips
SLEEVE: Bend elbow slightly and measure from the center back to your elbow and down to your wrist
INSEAM: From a standing position measure from your crotch to your ankle

Mountain Hardwear Exposure Parka - Men's Fall 2012

Item# 8941

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$249.95 $112.74

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The Mountain Hardwear Exposure Parka is that classic waterproof/breatheable do-it-all parka. Both on and off the mountain, this jacket keeps you warm and dry while maintaining the level of comfort you've come to expect from Mountain Hardwear.

  • Fully adjustable, attached hood
  • Pit zips for quick ventilation
  • Mesh lining
  • Zippered hand and chest pockets
  • Adjustable cuff and hem
  • Long length for more protection
Waterproof Yes
Windproof Yes
Hood Yes
Removable Hood No
Gender Men's
Shell fabric 2L Dobby (100% nylon) Dry.Q Elite laminate
Back length 32 in (81 cm)
Weight 1 lb 12 oz (793 g)
Removable liner No

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Mountain Hardwear Exposure Parka - Men's Fall 2012 5 5 1 1
This product is a bit heavy for light backpacking, but it keeps one perfectly dry even in downpours without making one sweat from the inside. This is an awesome rain jacket. It keeps rain out, and is breathable without having a layer of plastic like stuff next to the skin. It is heavier than some other raincoats, but it is the one I take when I'll be gone for a week or more or if expecting heavy showers. I carry a lighter raincoat for a day hike if no showers are expected. It has a longer back than many raincoats so the water drips to the ground, not your behind. It has fleece pockets to keep hands warm if needed. February 25, 2014
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