Mountain Hardwear Monkey Woman/2 Fleece Pullover - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Monkey Woman/2 Fleece Pullover - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Monkey Woman/2 Fleece Pullover - Women's
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Monkey Woman/2 Fleece Pullover - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
Pull the Mountain Hardwear Monkey Woman Pullover over your head and experience pure coziness, even on the chilliest of days. The soft, high-pile fleece offers dependable warmth, yet is lightweight enough to travel with you on early-season summits and long fall days at the crag. When you're moving up the steep trail or traversing to warm up for a redpoint burn on your project, the breathable stretch side panels ensure that you stay comfortable and mobile. When the temperature really drops, stuff your hands in the handwarmer pockets, or use them as a secure place to store your snacks and other adventure essentials.

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SKU: MHWZ9D4
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