Mammut Schneefeld Zip Pull Light

Retailers' Descriptions

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The Mammut Women's Schneefeld Light Zip Pullover features Polartec Power Dry fabric, giving you a toasty base layer that's extremely lightweight. Ideal for cool-weather climbs and hikes, as well as winter activities when it's layered underneath a shell, the pullover's stretchy fabric wicks moisture away from your skin with its advanced grid construction, allowing sweat to dry quickly. Flatlock seams won't irritate your skin when you wear this pullover as a base layer, and the chin protector ensures a comfortable feel when it's fully zipped. In addition, the Schneefeld features a high collar to keep the sun off your neck during extended climbs.


The Mammut Schneefeld Zip Pull Light jacket has the lightest weight to highest insulation ratio. This technical innovation convinces with excellent performance values as well as its small and light packing volume. This jacket is an ideal second layer for cold days in alpine mountain sports.


Made of Polartec Power Dry fabric, the Mammut Schneefeld Zip Pullover Light for Women wicks moisture away from your body to keep you dry when you're working hard in the mountains. Designed to be a first layer, all seams are stitched with a low-profile flat lock design and the zipper has a covered chin protector for maximum comfort against your skin. A long front zipper delivers full ventilation while the high collar keeps the nape of your neck warm when the temperatures drop. The German word "schneefeld translates to "snowfield and that's where the Mammut Women's Schneefeld Zip Pullover Light is meant to be.

- Altrec Outlet

Mammut Schneefeld Zip Pull Light

previously retailed for:
$94.22 - $149.95

The Mammut Schneefeld Zip Pull Light is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 5, 2016 at

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