Mountain Hardwear Glacial Storm Jacket - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Glacial Storm Jacket - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Glacial Storm Jacket - Women's
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Glacial Storm Jacket - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
When you don't want to venture too far off your couch because it's frigid outside and you are way too cozy wrapped in your favorite blanket, Mountain Hardwear's Glacial Storm Jacket is there to rescue your weekend. Slip it on, zip it up, and step outside to enjoy a winter of insulated adventure. Whether it's a trip to the local coffee shop or a drive to the closest crag, the super-soft brushed shell combined with 600-fill down keeps your core warm and comfortable, so you can brave the cold. Snug in lofty, heat-trapping down, you'll almost feel like you never left your living room. With a durable shell, compressible down, and a DWR finish, confidently reclaim your weekends from wintry weather and get back to doing the things you love

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SKU: MHW01I6
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