Black Yak Pali Basecamp Hooded Down Jacket - Women's

Black Yak Pali Basecamp Hooded Down Jacket - Women's
Black Yak Pali Basecamp Hooded Down Jacket - Women's
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Pali Basecamp Hooded Down Jacket - Women's by Black Yak
The Black Yak Women's Pali Basecamp Hooded Down Jacket offers the breathable feel and fuzzy-soft comfort of fleece, but it's packing 750-fill down insulation for fiery warmth in bone-chilling temperatures. Seeing it's both incredibly warm and highly breathable, this fleece-down hybrid is ideal for hanging around basecamp before a final push to the summit and skinning up your favorite backcountry stash in the pre-dawn hours. Seeing down insulation is susceptible to moisture, Black Yak employs a water-repellent down finish that repels the damp and wet from compromising the down insulation's loft. Covering the down insulation is Lightweight Cordura Ripstop fabric that's incredibly tough and water-resistant. The rest of this jacket enjoys Cordura Fleece for a cozy-soft feel with higher levels of abrasion resistance than standard fleece. And for everyday functionality, you'll find two zippered hand pockets for warming frozen fingers or stashing essentials.

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