Ortovox Merino Melange Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's

Ortovox Merino Melange Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's
Ortovox Merino Melange Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's
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Merino Melange Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's by Ortovox
When your active clothes can do double duty as casual duds, you know you've landed yourself a solid wardrobe. If you're still working on getting there, make some space on a hanger for the Ortovox Women's Merino Melange Hooded Fleece Jacket. On the weekends, this merino-and-polyester jacket shines as a midlayer between a shell and your ultralight baselayer, whether you're lapping the resort or cruising up the skintrack sans shell. Ortovox trusts a merino lining to regulate your temperature as you transition from first chair chills to midday sweat on the bootpack, then uses a polyester shell to add durability and improve moisture transfer on the surface. The storm hood works well on-snow or when you're running errands in town, and the upper arm pocket stashes your phone or pass with equal ease.

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