Mountain Hardwear Super DS Stretchdown Hooded Jacket - Men's

Mountain Hardwear Super DS Stretchdown Hooded Jacket - Men's
Mountain Hardwear Super DS Stretchdown Hooded Jacket - Men's
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Super DS Stretchdown Hooded Jacket - Men's by Mountain Hardwear
Whether you are heading to the crag for an afternoon of shoulder season sport routes or attempting an early season trad mission, slip on the Mountain Hardwear Super DS Stretchdown Hooded Jacket. This down jacket boasts 700-fill goose down that offers an impressive warmth to weight ratio that keeps you moving up a tricky route, or keeps you warm and cozy while belaying. To handle the rough wear and tear climbing puts on your clothes, as well as keep up with climbers demands for unrestricted movement, the Super DS also features a durable stretch woven nylon outer with woven baffles. This woven construction ensures your down stays in place to trap heat and helps you reach that crimp during a tricky move by giving you full range of motion.

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