Backcountry Timpanogos Tech Fleece Jacket - Men's

Backcountry Timpanogos Tech Fleece Jacket - Men's
Backcountry Timpanogos Tech Fleece Jacket - Men's
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Timpanogos Tech Fleece Jacket - Men's by Backcountry
Whether you're layering for the white room after an arduous morning skin, or you're simply spending a traverse-heavy day at the resort, the Backcountry Timpanogos Fleece Jacket is your key to off-piste comfort. Boasting a fleece construction that's breathable, stretchy, and lightweight, this touring-friendly jacket is a handy midlayer for powering through kick turns and bootpacks alike. Part of Backcountry's Touring Collection, it features a slim, active fit, engineered thumbloops for stacking layers, and glove-friendly zip pulls that come in handy if you find the summit windy and cold.

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