Clutch Field Liner L3 Jacket

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Clutch Field Liner L3 Jacket

Clutch Field Liner L3 Jacket

Regular price $135.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $135.00 USD
ColorBlack Woodland Manatee Grey
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Clutch Field Liner L3 Jacket
Regular price $135.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $135.00 USD
  • L3 - ACTIVE INSULATION

    Exceptional heat retention while on the move. Doubles as a mid and outer layer.

  • PERFORMANCE FIT

    Breathable, bulk-free insulation and collarless profile layer easily underneath your weather protection.

  • ADVANCED ECO-TECH WARMTH

    Biodegradable* synthetic down made from 100% post-consumer recycled content keeps you warm even while wet.

  • LIGHT & TOUGH

    20-denier softshell finished with DWR is well-prepared for standalone wear.

PURPOSE-BUILT INSULATION
Utilitarian and streamlined, the no-frills Clutch Field Liner L3 Jacket is designed specifically for layering. Collar- and hood-free construction pairs with packable quilted construction to slip underneath weather-protection layers with ease. Highly packable PrimaLoft® Black Bio insulation delivers bulk-free, sustainable warmth retention, featuring biodegradable* synthetic down crafted from 100% post-consumer recycled content.

OPTIMIZED MIDWEIGHT INSULATION

The collarless, low-profile design avoids hood stacking and other bulk when layering under weather protection. Breathable, 12 oz. materials keep your system lightweight and well-equipped for moisture transport, and bulk-free quilted insulation ensures easy layering beneath your weather protection.

SUSTAINABLE HIGH-TECH WARMTH

PrimaLoft® Black Bio insulation offers lasting durability, premium packability, and retains warmth even while wet. The synthetic down is biodegradable* and crafted from 100% post-consumer recycled content, ensuring your adventures are eco-friendly.

TOUGH VINTAGE DESIGN

20-denier ripstop softshell with a durable water-repellent (DWR) finish provides reliable standalone protection against weather, wear, and tear. The classic style, inspired by 1960s military field liners, delivers a vintage vibe when worn as your outer layer.

Customer Reviews

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CLIFTON TRINIDAD
Clutch field liner jacket

Perfect for use as layering in heavy weather especially with the Cappa jacket. Well made, light and warm on its own. Does what’s it’s made for.

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Eunha Moon
Nice layered jacket.

Comfortable and easy layered jacket
But the arms are a bit wide.

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Michael Morse
Very Good layering piece

The Clutch Field Liner L3 Jacket is a very good layering piece and also works well as a stand alone Jacket in milder weather. It is very versatile and I am glad I have in in my collection. Things I would improve: 1) make it a 2 way zipper, 2) add some inside pockets, and 3) get rid of the biceps pocket on the right arm. The 2 way zipper comes in handy getting in and out of vehicles and also helps to regulate temperature with the jacket. Inside pockets always nice to have and add to the functionality of the jacket. The biceps pocket is nice in theory but doesn't work so well in practice, have to hold the sleeve very tight to get the zipper to work. Things I love about the jacket:1) quality that I have come to expect from beyond, 2) nice zippered external pockets you can actually get car keys, glasses and a phone into, 3) insulation is just right for those days that can change quickly, 4) easy to layer under another jacket/coat.
All the zipper pulls used are excellent and very easy to use. All in all, an excellent multi-use piece of clothing.

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John Moore
Clutch Field Liner L3 Jacket.

Great under coat for layering on my early season Turkey hunt!

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David Weaver
New "go to" on these windy Colordao spring days

I was unsure of this jacket when I received it last fall due to the lightweight and thinness of the insulation. But it has become my go to outer layer this spring on these unusual windy Colorado days with 40 degree temps and 20-30 mph sustained winds. It also held up great on a day when I spent 7 hours moving and working with pioneering poles. Any of my puffers would have gotten holes and tears in them.