Backcountry Hybrid Sherpa Hooded Sweatshirt - Women's

Backcountry Hybrid Sherpa Hooded Sweatshirt - Women's
Backcountry Hybrid Sherpa Hooded Sweatshirt - Women's
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Hybrid Sherpa Hooded Sweatshirt - Women's by Backcountry
The Backcountry Hybrid Sherpa Hooded Sweatshirt blurs the line perfectly between style and function, giving you a toasty layering option that's equally at home in town as it is on the trail. Soft sherpa fleece provides a toasty barrier between you and chilly weather, while hardface fleece overlays lend style at the collar and cuffs. A pair of thumbholes keep the sleeves in place in case you need to wear it as a midlayer for that late autumn hike, and two zippered pockets give you a safe place to store trail essentials.

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SKU: BCC00GS
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