Ortovox Merino Fleece Light Grid Jacket - Men's

Ortovox Merino Fleece Light Grid Jacket - Men's
Ortovox Merino Fleece Light Grid Jacket - Men's
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Merino Fleece Light Grid Jacket - Men's by Ortovox
Designed to keep you warm, comfortable, and moving freely in cooler weather, the Ortovox Fleece Light Grid Jacket is a must-have for all of your climbing sessions in the fall and spring. It's made with a cozy fleece blend of polyester fabrics and merino wool, offering easy stretch, moisture management, and temperature regulation as you work hard pushing your way up difficult routes. The grid pattern fleece delivers effective insulation in chillier weather, but still allows for comfortable levels of breathability as your heart rate rises and your body temperature warms up. Plus, to aid in its climbing-specific performance, this jacket's got special reinforcements on the shoulders and elbows, to enhance your durability and resistance to rugged rock walls.

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SKU: ORT00CK
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