Outdoor Research Shiftup Fleece Jacket - Women's

Outdoor Research Shiftup Fleece Jacket - Women's
Outdoor Research Shiftup Fleece Jacket - Women's
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Shiftup Fleece Jacket - Women's by Outdoor Research
This fall when you're bagging some of Utah's National Parks, you might be surprised by how chilly a desert can get. Whether you're hiking out to Delicate Arch or just cruising around the park in your car, the Women's Outdoor Research Shiftup Fleece Jacket will put you in a good mood. Lightweight stretch fabric matches your movements as you scramble about on the Navajo sandstone, and during early morning trail runs you can stay cozy with a balaclava-style hood and thumbloops. Breathable and naturally odor-resistant, you'll return to your family post-jog ready to wear your fleece hoodie for the rest of the day.

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