Arc'teryx Konseal Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's

Arc'teryx Konseal Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's
Arc'teryx Konseal Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's
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Konseal Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's by Arc'teryx
The Arc'teryx Women's Konseal Hooded Fleece Jacket is a versatile option for alpine adventures and rock or ice climbing. Wear it as a standalone layer during cool days at the crag, or layer it under a shell when you venture above tree line. Polartec Power Dry fleece is stretchy and breathable for comfort during active use, and it features Hardface technology for increased abrasion resistance when you're brushing up against rough granite walls. Hardface tech also helps it move easily underneath other layers. The DWR coating wards off light rain and snow. No-Lift underarm gussets prevent the jacket from riding up when reaching for tough holds. The integrated neck gaiter works with the hood to create a built-in balaclava when a storm starts moving in.

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SKU: ARC00M3
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