Houdini Steep Houdi Fleece Jacket - Men's

Houdini Steep Houdi Fleece Jacket - Men's
Houdini Steep Houdi Fleece Jacket - Men's
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Steep Houdi Fleece Jacket - Men's by Houdini
A soft fleece on a brisk fall hike or a bone-chilling ski day isn't a luxury to be understated. Wicking moisture on tough ascents while keeping you toasty warm and able to move around, a good fleece is a companion with which you enjoy years of adventures. Whether your old one vanished on a recent escapade or is at last showing its age, replacing it with the Houdini Steep Houdi Fleece Jacket will ensure you aren't left out in the cold for too long. Houdini keeps up with the times by using eco-friendly materials to construct the fleece, including Polartec Power Dry, whose recycled polyester content earns it Bluesign approval. Zippered hand pockets, a full-length zipper, and a plush hood complete the Steep Houdi's adaptable design, as comfortable on faraway summits as in your living room.

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