Mountain Hardwear 32 Degree Insulated Fleece Jacket -1/2-Zip - Men's

Mountain Hardwear 32 Degree Insulated Fleece Jacket -1/2-Zip - Men's
Mountain Hardwear 32 Degree Insulated Fleece Jacket -1/2-Zip - Men's
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32 Degree Insulated Fleece Jacket -1/2-Zip - Men's by Mountain Hardwear
Before you get a pot of water boiling for your morning hot cocoa, pull on the Mountain Hardwear Men's 32 Degree Insulated Fleece Jacket. This half-zip jacket is made from cozy stretch fleece to offer breathable, moisture-wicking warmth. Thermal. Q Elite insulation at the chest and across the shoulders provides critical core warmth to keep you comfortable in cold temperatures. Perfect for high-altitude backpacking trips or cross country skiing excursions, the jacket's half-zip design offers easy ventilation while you move. Integrated thumbholes keep sleeves in place while layering, while the stand-up collar helps seal out cold.

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