Ortovox Merino Fleece Zip Neck Hooded Jacket - Men's

Ortovox Merino Fleece Zip Neck Hooded Jacket - Men's
Ortovox Merino Fleece Zip Neck Hooded Jacket - Men's
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Merino Fleece Zip Neck Hooded Jacket - Men's by Ortovox
Made with a merino wool stretch fabric for moving fast through cold conditions, the Ortovox Men's Merino Fleece Zip Neck Hooded Jacket is ideal for rapid ascents in the high alpine. The merino fleece provides exceptional moisture management properties, is naturally anti-microbial, and helps regulate your body temperature, so you aren't burning up on the skin track, and then freezing your cojones off while you're skiing. The stretch fabric allows for ease of movement for technical pushes to the summit, while the form-fitting hood warms your ears when you're taking a break on a windy ridge line, while the slim-fitting ergonomic cut allows you easily layer over the jacket as conditions change.

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SKU: ORT000L
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