By Editor | October 27, 2013
Some shell jackets are just not cut out to handle rough environments, but the Trilogy from Millet is ready for it and is a sound investment for any adventurers closet. First of all the Millet Trilogy GTX Pro jackets offers up great breathability, protection against harsh weather, and the material offers exceptional durability.
The Millet Trilogy will keep you dry when you are fully zipped up with the brimmed hood and vents closed bracing a severe rain storm with 40-mph winds. You can thank the Gore-Tex Pro material for that and in less intense environments, the 18-inch pit zippers when opened will give you great air ventilation to keep you dry and vent out the moisture.
Many jackets in this class offers up similar features, but if storage is what you are looking for, then the Millet Trilogy GTX Pro got you covered with 5 zippered pockets (three outside, two inside). Yap you heard correctly, this is enough pockets to keep a lot of your smaller gear tucked away and at the ready like small electronic gear, camera, gloves, hat and sunscreen etc.
The Millet Trilogy GTX Pro jacket is light enough for summer backpacking, but on the same token rugged enough for mid-winter skiing, snowboarding and mountaineering.
Weight: 1 lb. 1 oz. (L)
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