The North Face Meru Gore Jacket is a lightweight, breathable climbing shell for waterproof performance on the mountain. Designed by alpinists for alpinists, this supreme climbing shell is cut from waterproof, seam taped Gore-Tex Active, the lightest and most breathable fabric available. Alpine-specific technical features include tough grip zones on the shoulders and hips to keep packs in place, plus harness-friendly pockets and a helmet-compatible swivel hood with structured brim.
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Gore-Tex Active Shell. Tough grip-zones on shoulder and hips keep pack in place. Large, intuitive harness and pack-friendly chest pockets. Huge internal mesh utility pockets hold tons of gear and water bottles. Sleek, fixed, fully adjustable helmet-compatible hood swivels with head for a natural, unobstructed view. Formed, fitted and structured brim on hood.
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