Haglofs Pile Hooded Fleece Jacket - Men's

Haglofs Pile Hooded Fleece Jacket - Men's
Haglofs Pile Hooded Fleece Jacket - Men's
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Pile Hooded Fleece Jacket - Men's by Haglofs
The versatility of a fleece midlayer is crucial to the outdoor lifestyle thanks to it's cozy feel and insulating warmth properties. The Haglofs Pile Hooded Fleece Jacket's Polartec fabric provides optimal warmth without the weight and bulk, and it's comfortably breathable and quick-drying. It has flatlock seams that prevent chafing and make layering easy, while simultaneously improving the garment's durability. The zippered hand pockets let you quickly heat up your fingers, and also provide a place to store snacks and essentials. The single layer hood and low-profile design make layering easier than ever, whether you're out for a brisk autumn walk or bundling for an outdoor winter event.

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