Mountain Hardwear Daisy Chain Hooded Top - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Daisy Chain Hooded Top - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Daisy Chain Hooded Top - Women's
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Daisy Chain Hooded Top - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
No matter where the trail, road, or climb takes you, the Mountain Hardwear Women's Daisy Chain Hooded Top is ready. The shirttail hem not only adds a sleek, stylish silhouette, but also offers extra coverage from chilly air. A hidden side pocket accommodates your keys or chapstick, while thumb loops work to keep your sleeves in place and your hands toasty. When you need a little ventilation, unsnap the front and let the air flow so you can keep moving comfortably.

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SKU: MHW016H
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