Altius Hybrid Hooded Jacket - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
After a long day of shredding on the ski slopes, the first thing you want when you get back to the car is a warm change of clothes. Your ski-boots may be top of the line, and your ski-coat could be hard to beat, but there's nothing quite like stripping down after a day on the mountain and getting cozy in your favorite apres layers. Snug in your post-ski slipper boots and technical baselayers, Mountain Hardwear's Altius Hybrid Hoody layers seamlessly on top for cozy warmth that's stylish enough to wear into town. With a super-soft high loft Sherpa fleece as a base, this modern jacket uses synthetic insulation on the chest and hood for concentrated warmth. So take a stroll downtown to find the perfect apres snack, elastic-bound openings will keep your core heated while sleek ripstop baffles afford a flattering alpine aesthetic.
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