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With the Marmot Jessa Hoody, you can take sheer comfort everywhere you go - even into the wilderness. Who said outdoor living had to be rough - embrace the soft touch of this women's Marmot hoody. The midweight French Terry fabric has added stretch for increased mobility. Contrast flat-locked seams add comfort to this pullover. 3-piece hood has drawcord for adjustability. V-neck styling and Kangaroo pocket finish off the extra cool look. Why the Marmot Jessa? Because you don't have to leave comfort and style behind just because you leave your car at the trail head.. Color(s): Dark Steel, Vibrant Purple. Materials: 54% Polyester, 44% Tencel Lyocell, 2% Elastane Terry Heather 6.3 oz/yd. Weight: 14.4 oz (408.2g). Mid-Weight, Comfortable, Soft French Terry Performance Knit Fabric. Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) 50. Stretch for Increased Mobility. Quick-Drying. Pullover with Kangaroo Pocket. 3 Piece Hood. Contrast Flat- Locked Seams for Added Comfort. Drawcord at Hood for Adjustability. V-Neck Styling

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Marmot's Jessa Hoody is great for cool days around town or post-workout cooldowns. Its soft French Terry knit fabric absorbs moisture and dries quickly for a versatile piece that will keep you cool when you're hot and warm when you're not. Flat-locked seams reduce overall bulk and increase durability and comfort.

- Mountain Gear

Marmot Jessa Hoody

previously retailed for:
$39.97 - $69.95

The Marmot Jessa Hoody is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 8, 2013 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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