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Beyond – K3 Prima Lochi Jacket (Reversible)

Tough, customizable, and versatile: the K3 – Prima Lochi Jacket is built to handle a variety of scenes and needs. Rugged quilted ripstop protects against gusts and showers, performance insulation keeps you warm without the sweat, and the reversible design offers two looks for the price of one.



Rugged Weather Protection
70-denier quilted micro ripstop with a durable water repellent (DWR) finish and an attached hood provides lasting durability and protection from moderate wind and rain.

No-Sweat Insulation
Polartec® Alpha® Insulation wicks up moisture and transfers it up and out while holding onto heat, keeping you warm through cold climes without the sweat.


Versatile & Convenient
Built with a fully reversible and highly compressible design, the whole shebang can be flipped inside out for a different vibe or easily stuffed away for space-saving storage when not in use.


Specs
-Layer Level: 3
-Body Material: 70-denier micro ripstop nylon
-Weight (Size L): 19.8 oz.
-Insulated: 60g Polartec® Alpha® Insulation
-Durable Water Repellent (DWR): Yes
-Wind Resistant: Yes
-Breathable: Yes
-Moisture Wicking: Yes
-Fast Drying: Yes
-Hood: Insulated hood
-Pockets: Zip hand pockets, internal left chest pocket, external right chest pocket
-Articulated Elbow: No
-Zipper Pulls: No
-Source: Imported

beyondclothing.com/products/k3-prima-lochi-jacket

5 Responses to “Beyond – K3 Prima Lochi Jacket (Reversible)”

  1. TheFull9 says:

    Very welcome surprise to see Beyond continuing their record of being almost the only high end apparel manufacturer to offer plenty of US Woodland to the general public. I hope I can find a comparison between this and the Perseverance/WrmFzy offerings at some point.

  2. some other joe says:

    1. Does this have its own stuff pocket of do I need to have something else to take advantage of its “easily stuffed away for space-saving storage” qualities?

    2. Where is it imported from?

    • ThatBlueFalcon says:

      1. No. Bring your own bag.

      2. It’s not. They’re made in WA. I’ve toured their facilities, pretty impressive.

      • ThatBlueFalcon says:

        I take that back… just read the last bullet. Surprised they’re doing imported garments now – Made in the USA was their big selling point for me.

  3. ThatBlueFalcon says:

    I’m a huge fan of the original Lochi (still have mine from when they were rolled out), this looks like a nice refresh of the design.