Bjorn Daehlie Hybrid Pullover Fleece Sweater - Women's

Bjorn Daehlie Hybrid Pullover Fleece Sweater - Women's
Bjorn Daehlie Hybrid Pullover Fleece Sweater - Women's
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Hybrid Pullover Fleece Sweater - Women's by Bjorn Daehlie
When you head out with your classic skis on the kind of bright, cloudless morning that can only be accompanied by appropriately brisk temperatures, bring along the Bjorn Daehlie Women's Half-Zip Hybrid Pullover Fleece Sweater to make sure you're warm enough to enjoy your workout. As you glide past trees covered in glittering fresh snow and feel your heart rate climb in the icy air, the Hybrid's breathable construction will provide subtle insulation without trapping heat. The blend of synthetic fibers continuously wicks moisture, while the brushed interior keeps you toasty warm. A high collar seals out harsh gusts of wind, and a single kangaroo pocket in front allows you to stash mid-workout chocolates somewhere they won't freeze or melt.

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SKU: BJO0014
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