Backcountry Hybrid Grid Fleece Pullover - Women's

Backcountry Hybrid Grid Fleece Pullover - Women's
Backcountry Hybrid Grid Fleece Pullover - Women's
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Hybrid Grid Fleece Pullover - Women's by Backcountry
From pre-dawn ice wall ascents to early mornings on the skin track, the Backcountry Comp Grid Pullover delivers breathable performance and smart insulation. The hybrid construction uses a mix of grid and hard fleece to create warmth where you want it and breathability where you need it; the fleece is thicker at your core, and breathable in places where perspiration is likely--the back and underarms. The hood is built to discourage ice build up during winter sports, with laser-cut ventilation and a shaped binding, so you're free to keep it equipped even while you're working hard. A nice dose of stretch in the construction ensures full mobility whether you're wielding ski poles or an ice axe, and the strategically placed seams keep chafing to a minimum beneath your pack.

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