Ortovox Merino Fleece Light Grid Zip-Neck Hoodie - Men's

Ortovox Merino Fleece Light Grid Zip-Neck Hoodie - Men's
Ortovox Merino Fleece Light Grid Zip-Neck Hoodie - Men's
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Merino Fleece Light Grid Zip-Neck Hoodie - Men's by Ortovox
Designed for early spring and fall days at higher altitudes, the Ortovox Fleece Light Grid Zip-Neck Hoodie is the perfect companion to push your climbing to higher peaks and keep you out climbing longer. A grid fleece construction provides breathability when you're pushing yourself on a hard climb, and a merino wool lining provides warmth and moisture management. Stretch fabric ensures you won't be restricted by your clothing when you're reaching for the next hold, and reinforced panels in the shoulders and arms are located in high wear areas for added protection. The protective hood is thin enough to fit under virtually any helmet so that you can stay warm and safe.

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