Mountain Hardwear Ordessa Pullover Fleece - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Ordessa Pullover Fleece - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Ordessa Pullover Fleece - Women's
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Ordessa Pullover Fleece - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
Mountain Hardwear's Ordessa pullover meets all the criteria to be your new favorite fall sweater. With casual style and modern warmth, this soft, stretchy knit is sure to keep you comfortably mobile. A flattering drape, tall-neck, and drop-tail hem add extra coverage for the creeping cold. Added coverage means more warmth, which also means you won't mind this pullover sneaking seamlessly into your cold-weather wardrobe. Throw it on over a t-shirt on your way to the gym or wear it under a jacket while grabbing coffee with friends. With a casual, comfortable style, you won't want to venture out without it.

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SKU: MHW01IZ
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