WEST MARINE: Navigator Jacket for Men - Sail Magazine

WEST MARINE: Navigator Jacket for Men

Stay warm and dry, whether hauling upwind, weathering stormy seas, or being at sea on a long night watch. Our rugged, comfortable foul weather gear is new for 2011 and is designed specifically for coastal cruising and racing.
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Navigator Jacket

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Stay warm and dry, whether hauling upwind, weathering stormy seas, or being at sea on a long night watch. Our rugged, comfortable foul weather gear is new for 2011 and is designed specifically for coastal cruising and racing. 100% waterproof and breathable, made of 100% Nylon with a microporous coating and a hydrophilic top coat that draws moisture away from the body, while keeping cold seawater out. Unlined to speed up dry time and to reduce interlayer binding, and articulated and contoured to fit you well and reduce windage to allow freedom of movement, this gear is integral to your coastal adventures.

$259 West Marine

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