Outdoor Research Sonata Ultra Hooded Down Jacket - Women's

Outdoor Research Sonata Ultra Hooded Down Jacket - Women's
Outdoor Research Sonata Ultra Hooded Down Jacket - Women's
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Sonata Ultra Hooded Down Jacket - Women's by Outdoor Research
From blustery autumn days on the trail and frigid mornings at the crag to chilly winter nights in the city, trust the Outdoor Research Women's Sonata Ultra Hooded Down Jacket to keep you warm without weighing you down. It's stuffed with ultra-warm, yet lightweight and compressible 800-fill down insulation to help you stay toasty in frosty temps, and its low-key styling means it goes from the crag to downtown dinners without skipping a beat. Not only is the down in this jacket incredibly warm given its lightweight nature, it's also sourced from responsibly-raised geese for peace of mind. Down is also highly packable, allowing this jacket to stuff into its own pocket, meaning there's no reason not to have it stashed in your pack. The hood is adjustable to fit over your helmet, so you can shield your head from the cold when climbing on blustery afternoons.

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