Backcountry Grid 1/4-Zip Fleece - Women's

Backcountry Grid 1/4-Zip Fleece - Women's
Backcountry Grid 1/4-Zip Fleece - Women's
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Grid 1/4-Zip Fleece - Women's by Backcountry
Whether you're out for a fall hike or layering up before a ski day, slip the Grid 1/4-Zip Fleece Pullover on for convenient performance-forward comfort. The strategic grid pattern in the fabric helps trap valuable body heat against your skin while also wicking away excess moisture if you're working hard. Strategically-placed seams and a stretch construction ensure full mobility for rock scrambling and pole-planting alike, while thumbholes secure the sleeves to keep them from riding up as you move. Backcountry equipped this toasty fleece with a secure chest pocket for essentials, and a 1/4-zip neck to help you cool off when you're done adventuring.

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SKU: BCC00FP
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