686 Exploration Tech Fleece Hoodie- Men's

686 Exploration Tech Fleece Hoodie- Men's
686 Exploration Tech Fleece Hoodie- Men's
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Exploration Tech Fleece Hoodie- Men's by 686
If there's one truth in the mountains, it's that everyone needs a hoodie to fall back on, so if you're looking for a reliable layer for stormy pow days and sunny hikes alike, look no further than the 686 Men's Exploration Tech Fleece Hoodie. Made from a quick drying and breathable polyester fabric, the Exploration is also finished with a DWR treatment so it'll shed light precip and moisture if you get caught out in some weather. Perfect as an insulating mid-layer in the cold, or as a standalone in the warmer months, the hoodie is versatile and comes with a welded zip pocket for no-lose items, as well as a kangaroo pocket for casual-carry essentials. To top it off, the Explorer has built-in thumbhole cuffs that help you keep the powder out of your kit when the snow starts flying.

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