Mountain Hardwear Stretchdown Hybrid Hooded Jacket - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Stretchdown Hybrid Hooded Jacket - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Stretchdown Hybrid Hooded Jacket - Women's
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Stretchdown Hybrid Hooded Jacket - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
The key to climbing in remote terrain is navigating the weather in order to maximize the time that you and your partners have on the wall. The Super D/S Stretchdown Jacket implements a new interwoven stitch-free baffle construction allows you to never sacrifice movement for warmth again. Mountain Hardwear developed this material knowing that navigating chilly early-morning approaches is more attainable when you're shiver-free and have full range-of-motion. The goose-down insulation boasts a 700 fill-weight to offer midweight insulation for low-profile warmth-retention to keep your core-temperature up even when stationary on-belay. Two harness-compatible hand pockets provide added warmth, as well as a secure place to stash nutrition and essentials.

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SKU: MHWZ9DP
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