Mammut Kira Pro ML Fleece Jacket - Women's

Mammut Kira Pro ML Fleece Jacket - Women's
Mammut Kira Pro ML Fleece Jacket - Women's
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Kira Pro ML Fleece Jacket - Women's by Mammut
You may not be the most graceful hiker, but with the Mammut Women's Kira Pro ML Fleece Jacket, you can add to your hiking suave by not getting stuck on trees and by being warm enough to be dexterous on the trail. With a next-to-skin wool and nylon makeup, the Kira stays close, won't snag on brush, and does an excellent job of managing moisture and ventilation while you work hard to keep up with your more tactile friends. And when your true klutz does show, you have the thumbholes in the Kira's sleeves to protect your palms so you won't get totally bashed up when you fall. It's alright, though, throughout your adventure of staying upright, the Kira will keep you warm and comfortable, so you won't be scared away of taking on future trail endeavors.

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