The Ghost Anorak from Mountain Hardware is a water and wind resistant ripstop nylon shell that weighs a feather-light 53g (women’s is 49g). It’s about the same weight as your average energy bar. The Anorak comes with its own pouch that when folded, literally fits in your pocket. Its size may be small, but its price tag is big — both the men’s and women’s version retails for a hefty $US135. [Mountain Hardware via GearCaster]
Stay Warm And Dry With The Pocketable Ghost Anorak
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