Klattermusen Balder Fleece Hoodie - Men's

Klattermusen Balder Fleece Hoodie - Men's
Klattermusen Balder Fleece Hoodie - Men's
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Balder Fleece Hoodie - Men's by Klattermusen
An Arctic front has been dumping freshies on the mountain all night long, so when you crawl out of bed at pow-thirty the next morning, layer the Klattermusen Balder Fleece Hoodie under your shell and go get after it. Made with a toasty warm blend of wool and nylon, this hoodie hangs onto heat, so it's not your best bet for warm storm days or sunny spring turns if you run warm. But during a cold spell, this midlayer will keep you from feeling the chill on the lift as you take top-to-bottom laps spraying cold smoke all over the mountain. After the lifts shut off, ditch your shell and wear the Balder into your favorite watering hole; thumbholes and a high collar ward keep you warm after a long day outside, and the slim fit and asymmetric zip will make sure you don't look like too much of a beater at the bar.

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