Mammut Luina Tour HS Hooded Jacket - Women's

Mammut Luina Tour HS Hooded Jacket - Women's
$292.47 $449.95 35% off
Luina Tour HS Hooded Jacket - Women's by Mammut
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Mammut Luina Tour HS Hooded Jacket - Women's

As its name suggests, the Mammut Women's Luina Tour HS Hooded Jacket touts a versatile construction and is designed to withstand snowshoe adventures and backcountry touring alike. More specifically, not only is the Luina's DRYtech material waterproof, soft, and breathable, but it also boasts a stretchy constitution to provide unobstructed mobility--which makes it ideal for aerobic pursuits. Additionally, the Luina is fashioned with articulated sleeves that enable a full range of motion when on the skin track or prancing after the dogs across a snowy, open meadow. The fully adjustable, helmet-compatible hood and internal cuffs seal out moisture, brisk drafts, and snow, while the removable snowskirt allows you to customize the jacket based on what activity you are pursuing--which ultimately means you're able to go touring in the morning and ice climb in the afternoon. All the meanwhile, the jacket-to-pant interface allows for adaptive protection, so you're able to launch through deep powder without having to worry about snow sneaking up and into your baselayers. And, to top it all off, the Luina features a bevvy of pockets that are designed to accommodate your necessities, ranging from a ski pass to your snacks of choice.

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