Mountain Hardwear Stretchdown Hooded Down Jacket - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Stretchdown Hooded Down Jacket - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Stretchdown Hooded Down Jacket - Women's
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Stretchdown Hooded Down Jacket - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
A fierce adversary against howling winds and less than comfortably cool temperatures, the Mountain Hardwear Women's StretchDown Hooded Jacket revolutionizes what it means to trek in cold temperatures. Designed for just about all of your cold-weather pursuits, this jacket features a lightweight and tenacious stretch-knit fabric that provides weather-resistant protection, which enables it to be worn on its lonesome or layered underneath a hard shell. Additionally, the Q. Shield down insulation is fortified with a water-resistant coating that safeguards the insulation from light precipitation, in turn making this jacket more versatile than even your go-to synthetic jacket. And perhaps the most notable feature is the stretch welded, channel construction that not only prevents blistering winds from penetrating through to your core warmth, but assures ample temperature regulation and furnace-like fervor, even on the coldest of days.

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