When you need a do-it-all layer you can wear around town, on the trail, to the crag, or just back at the tailgate, grab the Multipath Fleece. Burton designed this pullover with versatility in mind, crafting it from a warm and moisture-wicking fleece fabric that sits close to the skin thanks to a slim fit. The unique fit and pocket layout allows it to be worn comfortably under a climbing harness, while a dropped hem offers additional coverage when you're lacing up your snowboard or hiking boots. Do-it-all fleece layer complements the mountain lifestyle.
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Burton Multipath Fleece Pullover - Women's
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