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SmartWool PhD SmartLoft Hooded Jacket - Women's

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You don't have to be a doctor to see that the SmartWool Women's PhD SmartLoft Hooded Jacket will be there on all your winter adventures whether you're shoveling the driveway, backcountry skiing, or on your annual ice climbing foray in Ouray. Replacing down and synthetic insulation with light and warm wool, this insulating jacket makes an excellent mid-layer thanks to the natural goodness of wool, as well as a trim silhouette and stretch side panels. The DWR-treated nylon fabric makes it equally suited on its own during those cold and clear days on the skin track. Merino wool insulates in a manner similar to down; wool fibers criss-cross, creating a grid-like structure in which air gets trapped. The trapped air prevents body heat from escaping and cold environmental air from entering. A bit of polyester helps with wicking when the trail gets too steep, and the smooth merino jersey on the inside offers luxurious against-the-skin comfort, odor resistance, and breathability.

Price : $239.95

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Fleece Jacket Checklist

Say "No" to Cotton: If you take cotton in the Montana backcountry...you'll be sorry sooner or later.
Pull-Over or Zip-Up? Both are popular and widely available. Make sure you get the right style for your own needs.
Snug Around the Neck? Some people like it...other's don't. But snugness helps keep the cold from seeping in. So it's a feature worth examining.
Pockets? Some fleece has tons of pockets, others none whatsoever. So check the specs before plunking down any money.

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