Canada Goose Clarke 1/4-Zip Sweater - Men's

Canada Goose Clarke 1/4-Zip Sweater - Men's
Canada Goose Clarke 1/4-Zip Sweater - Men's
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Clarke 1/4-Zip Sweater - Men's by Canada Goose
If you're looking for one sweater to wear from your first crisp morning run down the mountain until you finally decide to leave the apres spot and cozy up in the lodge, look no further than the Canada Goose Clarke 1/4-Zip Sweater. With a double-knit merino wool construction and Thermal Mapping technology, this sweater has the performance and warmth you need to layer up on the slopes, with more than enough everyday comfort to make it your go-to choice for wandering bustling mountain towns. In addition to the breathable insulation that merino wool brings, this sweater's got Thermolite insulating yarn where you need warmth the most, along with a breathable open knit construction in areas that are more prone to overheating like the upper back, under arms, and sides. Rib-knit cuffs and hem comfortably keep out the cold, while thumbhole loops make it easy to layer underneath a shell or puffy.

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