Combining the unique performance properties of merino wool with trusted outdoor technologies, the Ortovox Merino Windbreaker Jacket will keep you comfortably shielded from the wind on blustery hikes and climbs. Its durable yet ultralight fabric is made with a blend of merino wool and nylon, which delivers reliable windproof performance in alpine environments while maintaining a comfortable internal climate, a soft next-to-skin feel, and moisture-wicking performance as you sweat on steep ascents and rugged climbs. A DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating provides water-resistant protection against light rain when you're out in grey and drizzly weather, and the snug elastic hood, cuffs, and hem ensure that you've got total coverage from chilly winds. Plus, when blue skies and gentle breezes return you can stuff the entire jacket into its own chest pocket and keep it in your pack until howling mountain winds find you again.
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Ortovox Merino Windbreaker Jacket - Women's
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