Marmot Mt Blanc Jacket

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It's rare that your hair helps you figure out what to wear. Yet, on the mornings when it takes 30 seconds for the wind to whip your tresses into a 2-foot high beehive, you'll want to grab the Marmot Women's Mt. Blanc Fleece Jacket before you head out for the day. Whether you're walking across campus in the Midwest or layering for a tour along exposed ridgelines, this jacket keeps the wind at bay. WindStopper fabric offers windproof and water-resistant protection when you're running in a chilly drizzle or waiting for the bus in a wind-driven eddy of street dust and bitter spits of rain. If you're hiking high above the treeline, the wind comes at you without restraint. WindStopper stops the breezy onslaught in its track but still dumps the sweat and hot air you generate while working hard, up high. Adjustable hook-and-loop cuffs and elastic drawcord hem let you customize closures when the wind starts flogging your body with rain and snow. A zippered sleeve pocket holds an energy gel or cash, and two zipped hand-warmer pockets are lined with soft face fabric to actually warm your hands, not just hold your keys and lipstick. When you need a hardy layer or a warm, stylish jacket for walking around Chicago in the fall, grab the Mt. Blanc jacket for windproof protection all day long. - Backcountry.com