Mountain Hardwear Keele Hooded Jacket - Men's

Mountain Hardwear Keele Hooded Jacket - Men's
Mountain Hardwear Keele Hooded Jacket - Men's
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Keele Hooded Jacket - Men's by Mountain Hardwear
When you're halfway up a hundred-foot climbing pitch and the temperature dips, it's not exactly easy just to go grab another layer from the bottom, but if you're rocking the Mountain Hardwear Keele Hooded Jacket you'll have the lightweight warmth you need to climb on in cool to chilly weather. Designed with a durable outer fabric that's ready to handle rough rock walls and rugged approach trails, this jacket also features a brushed inner fleece for next-to-skin comfort and warmth. Its softshell/fleece hybrid design is perfect for those cool climbs in the fall and spring, offering just the right amount of warmth during activity. Plus, you've got a stretchy construction that'll help you move easier to reach difficult holds, as well as thumbhole loops that'll keep your sleeves from sliding during long overhead movements.

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SKU: MHW01AR
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