There are a lot of factors that go into a great day in the backcountry, and you can be sure that being uncomfortable and weighed down aren't on that list. Thanks to the comfortably warm Ortovox Lavarella Jacket you'll have the insulation you need for cold early-morning starts in a lightweight and versatile package. This jacket's Swisswool insulation uses the naturally warm and breathable properties of merino wool to give you dependable warmth that won't have you shedding layers on the skin track. To further ensure this, you've got merino wool panels under the arms for an easy-moving stretch and that added boost of breathability that you need when steep climbs have you kicking it into a higher gear. The main fabric of the jacket is windproof and water-resistant, giving you some protection against against the elements without having to throw on your shell, but when heavy snows or mixes do have you needing a shell, the slimmer fit of the jacket will layer perfectly underneath one. To round out the features you've got an elastic hood that'll give you some added coverage against the elements, and two harness and pack compatible pockets for quick access to gear and snacks when it's time for second breakfast.
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