Scott Defined Merino Fleece Pullover - Women's

Scott Defined Merino Fleece Pullover - Women's
Scott Defined Merino Fleece Pullover - Women's
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Defined Merino Fleece Pullover - Women's by Scott
If your old baselayers are looking a little worse for wear before the start of the ski season, (think pilling, and holes you didn't remember last year), it's probably time to upgrade. Invest in the Scott Women's Defined Merino Fleece Pullover and you'll see just how badly your baselayers needed a refresh. Constructed with a soft blend of merino and synthetic fibers, the Defined combines the best of synthetic and wool for a baselayer that will regulate your body temperature while rapidly pulling moisture away from your skin. The pullover's slim fit allows you to layer it easily under a shell when you head to the resort, and the thumbholes make it a cozy piece to keep on when you head inside to refuel after a full day.

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