Salewa Ortles Highloft Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's

Salewa Ortles Highloft Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's
Salewa Ortles Highloft Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's
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Ortles Highloft Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's by Salewa
You won't even miss summer when you have the Salewa Women's Ortles Highloft Hooded Fleece Jacket on your back while you hike, climb, and ski to your heart's content. It features Polartec High-loft fleece for a combination of warmth, breathability, and stretch that makes it a no-brainer for fall treks and mid-winter powder days alike. The plush brushed interior traps heat and manages moisture, and stretch panels and stretch seams ensure your mobility won't be inhibited. An athletic fit allows you to comfortably layer this fleece under a shell when seriously cold weather strikes.

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SKU: SFW006I
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