Marmot Featherless Hooded Insulated Jacket - Women's

Marmot Featherless Hooded Insulated Jacket - Women's
Marmot Featherless Hooded Insulated Jacket - Women's
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Featherless Hooded Insulated Jacket - Women's by Marmot
Cold mornings around camp call for a warm puffy. Slip into the Marmot Featherless Hooded Insulated Jacket for warmth and comfort until the sun rises and burns off the morning chill. Its Thinsulate Eco Featherless insulation provides you with the warm you would expect from 700-fill down, but will still keep you warm in the morning's heavy dew. When you decide to scramble up to a higher viewpoint to watch the sun come up, the Angel-Wing Movement lets you reach high hand holds without the jacket rising up on you. Once the sun is up and the chill is disappearing, the whole jacket stuffs into its left pocket until you need it when the sun goes down again.

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SKU: MAR01I2
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