Mountain Equipment Eclipse Hooded Fleece Jacket - Men's

Mountain Equipment Eclipse Hooded Fleece Jacket - Men's
Mountain Equipment Eclipse Hooded Fleece Jacket - Men's
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Eclipse Hooded Fleece Jacket - Men's by Mountain Equipment
A specialist piece for serious winter use, the Mountain Equipment Men's Eclipse Hooded Fleece Jacket brings warmth, stretch, and dry comfort to your mountain mission in a low-bulk package. Pontetorto Tecnopile fleece wraps your body in toasty warmth when you're facing frigid, early morning winds at the start of a dawn patrol tour, and then also wicks moisture and dries exceptionally fast after a particularly demanding approach. And with that strenuous exertion usually comes some unwanted smells, so Mountain Equipment thought ahead and equipped this top with a Polygiene anti-microbial treatment that fights off funky odors for freshness after the adventure. The close-fitting hood provides you with face protection and an offset closure to prevent chafing while blocking out the cold, and the thumbholes at the end of the low-bulk cuffs keep your fit snug while boosting defense against the elements.

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SKU: MEQ0066
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