La Liste HS Thermo Hooded Jacket - Men's by Mammut
No longer do you need to stuff a puffy jacket or fleece under your skimpy ski shell when going out to the ski hill on a cold day. Now when you gear up for your next powder day, all you need is a baselayer and the La Liste HS Thermo Hooded Jacket from Mammut which offers excellent warmth retention thanks to Ajungilak synthetic insulation. Built to keep you dry and warm during long days on the hill, two-layer construction prevents water from sneaking in while also wicking moisture and heat off of your body. Integrated wrist gaiters and the drawcord-adjustable hood further seal out the elements on storm days. If you manage to work up a sweat slashing turns, integrated underarm vents quickly dump excess heat.
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