Mountain Hardwear Railay Pullover Jacket - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Railay Pullover Jacket - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Railay Pullover Jacket - Women's
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Railay Pullover Jacket - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
Who says your technical midlayers can't be stylish too' The Railay Pullover Jacket implements the warmth retention and durability we've come to expect from Mountain Hardwear, while the snap-button closure and relaxed fit offer a unique aesthetic that's equally comfortable around town as it is on the hike to your favorite crag. Fast-drying synthetic construction packs down easily, making the Railay perfect for shoulder-season hikes or excursions to remote climbing spots. The regular fit supplies extra room for improved mobility while belaying your partner or navigating overgrown trails. Two harness-friendly hand pockets offer a place to warm up your hands or secure your favorite trail snacks.

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