Marmot Lost Corner Hoodie - Men's

Marmot Lost Corner Hoodie - Men's
Marmot Lost Corner Hoodie - Men's
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Lost Corner Hoodie - Men's by Marmot
The Marmot Lost Corner Hoodie is a cozy layering piece or standalone hoodie for everything from camping in cool weather to skiing your facorite line in the resort. The polyester knit sherpa fleece is soft against the skin and breathes well to regulate your body temperature when you're working hard. A large kangaroo pocket warms cold hands, and herringbone taping at the seams help prevent from moisture creeping into your hoodie.

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