From crisp fall days at the crag to deep powder days on the mountain, enjoy the comfort and freedom of the Arc'teryx Men's Kyanite Hooded Fleece Jacket. This streamlined fleece offers lightweight warmth and total mobility whether you layer it under a shell or wear it as a standalone piece. Polartec Power Stretch Pro traps heat and stretches effortlessly to keep up with your movements when you're skiing, hiking, or climbing. It manages moisture to keep heat-robbing moisture from leaving you cold and clammy, and it also breathes exceptionally well to keep you from overheating during arduous ascents. But don't worry about it being too fragile for your toughest adventures--the nylon face adds abrasion-resistance so it can handle close encounters with rocks and brush. The close-fitting ScubaHood keeps your dome warm and fits comfortably under a hood, and the hand pockets sit high on your torso so you can access them while wearing a backpack or harness.
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