Falketind Power Stretch Fleece Jacket - Men's by Norrona
From climbing big walls on cool summer mornings in the mountains to skiing bottomless powder in winter, count on the Norrona Men's Falketind Power Stretch Fleece Jacket to keep you warm without holding you back. You can wear it by itself in cool weather, or layer it under a shell in wet and windy conditions. Its Polartec Power Stretch fabric offers four-way flexibility for freedom of movement when you're skiing, hiking, or climbing. A soft fleece interior wicks sweat and dries quickly to get rid of heat-robbing moisture, while the smooth outer face helps you move comfortably when you layer it under a shell and adds a bit of wind resistance when you're wearing it solo. The athletic fit maximizes the fabric's efficiency and allows for a better fit when layering. The hand pockets are placed high so you can still access them with a harness on, and thumbhole cuffs keep the sleeves from riding up.
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