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$169.95
When you're battling the elements, you want gear that'll help you defeat them, handily. The Ranger Fire Jacket offers the ultimate in cold-weather protection, and features a three-layer shell with a tough polyester exterior, an internal membrane for additional protection, and a brushed fleece interior to ratchet up the warmth. With its drop trail to ward off trail debris and ample pockets to stash your stuff, this versatile jacket is the jacket of choice for riders who look at dropping temps, say "no days off", and get after it. Best of all, it's just as at home off the bike as on.
$159.95
AN INSULATED MTB SPECIFIC SOFTSHELL JACKET THAT PERFORMS JUST AS WELL OFF THE BIKE The Women's Ranger Fire Jacket fuses a comfortable and moisture-wicking brushed fleece interior with a durable polyester exterior shell. Ergonomically placed zippered hand pockets ensure your essential trail items are always close by, and the mountain bike-specific drop tail provides additional protection from mud, snow, and other debris during your cold-weather rides. - Tough polyester exterior and brushed fleece interior - Ergonomically located zippered hand pockets with an elastic interior pocket to keep your stuff in place - Elastic waist and cuffs for comfort - Drop tail for MTB-specific coverage - Length (HPS): 29", size large MATERIALS - 95% polyester, 5% spandex
$118.99 $169.95 30% Off
When you're battling the elements, you want gear that'll help you defeat them, handily. The Ranger Fire Jacket offers the ultimate in cold-weather protection, and features a three-layer shell with a tough polyester exterior, an internal membrane for additional protection, and a brushed fleece interior to ratchet up the warmth. With its drop trail to ward off trail debris and ample pockets to stash your stuff, this versatile jacket is the jacket of choice for riders who look at dropping temps, say "no days off", and get after it. Best of all, it's just as at home off the bike as on.
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