Keele Pullover Jacket - Men's by Mountain Hardwear
When the temperatures drop and tourists leave town that's when climbers now it's time to head to the desert. Fall mornings up on red rock can still be pretty chilly though, which is why you should pack along the Mountain Hardwear Keele Pullover Jacket for comfortable warmth, light weather protection, and free-moving performance. This hybrid softshell/fleece pullover features a cozy high-pile fleece interior to keep you warm on cool early morning starts, as well as a tough and durable outer shell fabric that can handle rugged terrain with ease. You've got a stretchy construction that'll let you move easily on hard-to-navigate climbing sections, while thumbhole loops work to keep your sleeves in place during extended overhead grabs. It's even got a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating to keep you dry through light rain and snow when you leave the desert and try and sneak some mountain climbs in before winter hits.
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Mountain Hardwear Keele Pullover Jacket - Men's
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