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Outlier concocts the perfect materials recipe for its "Shelter from the Storm" jacket

The company mixed Neoshell with High Tenacity Raincloth to create a breathable and waterproof shell.
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Outlier Shelter from the Storm

Outlier is wrapping up 2017 with one hell of an experimental release. The company is taking High Tenacity Raincloth and combining with a Neoshell membrane to create a fabric that is thoroughly waterproof, but has tiny holes in the membrane that allows for air circulation, but at the same time, the holes are so small that water can't pass through. You've also got a large hood that can accommodate a helmet and gives you extensive coverage without obstructing your line of sight. 

Other details include an adjustment system that lets you secure the hood around the head to fit like a hat so the hood moves with your head when you look around, a high collar with ultrasuede face fabric, magnetic front pockets, ratcheting cuffs, endless pockets, pivot sleeve cosntruction for freedom of movement, side vents, and a two way Uretek front zip. 

The Shelter from the Storm jacket is available on December 19th in limited quantities. 


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