Mountain Hardwear Keele Hooded Jacket - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Keele Hooded Jacket - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Keele Hooded Jacket - Women's
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Keele Hooded Jacket - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
Before you're ready to throw on the ski boots and start calling it winter there's still time to take a few more climbing trips out in the desert. Offering lightweight warmth for cool-weather climbs, the Mountain Hardwear Keele Hooded Jacket has the durability and stretch that you need to get your rock fix before the snows sweep in. It combines a tough outer fabric with a brushed fleece backer, giving you a cozy next-to-skin feeling while still maintaining durability for your scrapes against rough rock. With a healthy infusion of elasticity, this jacket stretches easily when you're reaching for tough holds, and even features thumbhole loops to keep your sleeves from sliding during overhead grabs.

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SKU: MHW019K
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