Cotopaxi Fuego Hooded Down Jacket - Women's

Cotopaxi Fuego Hooded Down Jacket - Women's
Cotopaxi Fuego Hooded Down Jacket - Women's
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Fuego Hooded Down Jacket - Women's by Cotopaxi
Aptly-named for its lasting warmth, the Cotopaxi Fuego Hooded Down Jacket is a tried-and-true insulated layering staple. Responsibly-sourced, water-resistant 800-fill goose down insulation makes this jacket one that you won't want to take off from fall to spring, while the DWR-finished nylon ripstop shell gives you some added protection against abrasion and light precipitation. The streamlined fit, scuba hood, and elastic binding throughout ensures you move with a full range of motion through the mountains, and the included stuff sack safely stashes this jacket compactly in your pack when the adventure comes to an end.

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SKU: CTX0002
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