Icebreaker Stratus Full-Zip Fleece Jacket - Women's

Icebreaker Stratus Full-Zip Fleece Jacket - Women's
Icebreaker Stratus Full-Zip Fleece Jacket - Women's
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Stratus Full-Zip Fleece Jacket - Women's by Icebreaker
The sky is the limit when you wear the Icebreaker Women's Stratus Full-Zip Fleece Jacket. Designed to tackle backcountry touring, hiking, backpacking, and just about everything else you throw at it, the Stratus features an adaptive construction that makes it ideal for stop-and-go, cold weather pursuits. More specifically, the Stratus is equipped with a breathable and lightweight polyester exterior that's backed by MerinoLOFT insulation. This wool insulation touts a high warmth-to-weight ratio, extreme breathability, and water-resistance, which means you stay comfortable and warm even when wet. Additionally, MerinoLOFT is naturally odor-resistant so you can forget about smelling like a gym locker room at the end of your adventure. An extra layer of merino wool on the interior of the jacket wicks away the build up of moisture and dries quickly, while the internal cuffs bolster warmth. Not to mention, two zippered hand pockets provide cozy respite for cold hands on chilly winter days.

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