Holden Sherpa Full-Zip Fleece Jacket - Women's

Holden Sherpa Full-Zip Fleece Jacket - Women's
Holden Sherpa Full-Zip Fleece Jacket - Women's
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Sherpa Full-Zip Fleece Jacket - Women's by Holden
Destined as a luxurious midlayer for epic powder days and winter commutes, the Holden Women's Sherpa Full-Zip Fleece Jacket features dual-sided brushed fleece in conjunction with insulated panels along the shoulders and hood. The performance-blended fleece dries quickly when you're wearing it underneath a waterproof shell, meaning you won't drown in sweat, only to become a shivering-cold mess the minute you stop moving. The water-repellent finish along the shoulders and hood prevents it from soaking up excess moisture when it starts to dump snow outside. There's an elastic binding along the hood for a secure fit, so you can slip it over your head in breezy conditions. Plus, it's stylishly appointed with its two-tone aesthetic paired with contrast details along the pockets and hemline.

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SKU: HOL005N
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