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Men's Nat Geo NosiLife Thames Path Vest

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$130.00
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Overview

A super addition to your hot-climate travel bag this season, this brilliantly designed, lightweight vest incorporates an incredible 19 pockets, while still managing to retain a sleek technical profile and delivering all the insect-repellent and UPF 50+ sun-repellent benefits of NosiLife. Includes a sunglasses wipe, mesh lining, dry bag, full-length zip with inner zip guard, fixed waist, back hem vents, and internal rubberized headphone cord exit. Twenty pockets including ten zipped: two welted zipped lower and two up-and-over pockets, two welted zipped chest, six zipped inner, two mesh, ID pocket, passport RFID, touch screen phone pocket, and two pen pockets.

Details

  • Imported. NosiLife polyamide. Outer: 94% polyamide, 6% elastane. Lining: 100% polyester. Men's M, L, XL, XXL.
  • Care Info

    Machine wash.

    Nat Geo and Craghoppers

    Combining the simplicity and style of traditional British travel gear with highly technical materials, the mountaineering duo behind the English company Craghoppers were early adopters of nylon fabric for civilian garments. They were also among the first gear makers to combine waterproofing with breathability, and their reputation was secured when the climber Chris Bonington commissioned them to make the weatherproof gear he would wear on his historic assent of Everest's South Wall.


    Today Craghoppers is known worldwide for its high performance outdoor adventure wear, and in 2015 they partnered with National Geographic to create a line of travel apparel that combines cutting edge materials with classic style.

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