Built for the days spent crushing cracks or sitting pretty on a project, the Houdini Power Houdi Fleece Jacket is equipped for the most ego-grueling adventures. Because we've all been in those ill-fitting climbing shoes, the sun slipping behind the ridgeline and headlamps become a necessity. When you finally cruise through the crux on that dicey splitter project you've been working on since arriving in Indian Creek over a week ago, you're cold as naked mole rat in a blizzard. With the Power Houdi fleece, it's so cozy you feel more like a flurry pallas cat than the aforementioned rat. This fleece is fortified with Polartec's Power Stretch Pro, a Bluesign certified fabric that boasts an incredible warmth-to-weight ratio, uncanny moisture wicking capabilities, and excellent body temperature regulation. The super stretchy microfleece enables maximum mobility, while the extended backdrop, elongated sleeves with thumbholes and high collar with shaped hood ensure that you're covered on all fronts. And if your T-shirt starts to resemble a sauna, the two-way zip encourages optimal thermo adjustment at the slide of a zipper.
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