SmartWool Double Propulsion 60 Full-Zip Hoodie - Women's

SmartWool Double Propulsion 60 Full-Zip Hoodie - Women's
SmartWool Double Propulsion 60 Full-Zip Hoodie - Women's
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Double Propulsion 60 Full-Zip Hoodie - Women's by SmartWool
Designed for fast-paced activities in cold weather, the Smartwool Women's Double Propulsion 60 Full-Zip Hoodie wraps you in a veritable cocoon of balmy pleasure, all without holding you back with excess bulk. 60g of SmartLoft wool insulation traps thermal warmth while breathing exceptionally well when you're skiing, climbing, or hiking. Secure-zip hand pockets offer convenient storage of small necessities. Wind-resistant polyester along the front and rear panels prevents whipping breezes from stealing precious body heat. There's a water-resistant DWR finish that keeps light moisture from dampening this hoodie during inclement weather. Midweight merino wool along the sleeves, hood, and side panels regulates your body temperature and disperses moisture in perspiration-prone zones. Also, there's a soft merino-blend lining for next-to-skin comfort and rapid moisture-wicking.

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