Arc'teryx Fortrez Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's

Arc'teryx Fortrez Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's
Arc'teryx Fortrez Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's
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Fortrez Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's by Arc'teryx
Arc'teryx designed its Women's Fortrez Hooded Fleece Jacket for adventure enthusiasts who just won't get off the mountain, no matter the conditions or time of day. The Polartec Power Stretch Hardface fabric is not only water-and-abrasion-resistant, but it's also highly breathable and quick-drying. The ScubaHood slides under helmets with ease, while the Phasic AR panel acts as a gaiter or balaclava for added, wind-resistant protection. This slim-fitting fleece also features articulated elbows, no-lift gusseted underarms, and a drop-tail hem for excellent coverage that stays in place whether you're cruising up a trail or climbing desert towers. Not to mention, the laminated sleeve pocket protects your electronics from light precipitation.

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SKU: ARC00JV
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