Marmot Wander Hoody

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Marmot Girls' Wander Hoody DECENT FEATURES of the Marmot Girls' Wander Hoody Soft, Comfortable Mid- Weight Fabric Pull Over Hoody with Novelty Embroidery Contrast Flat- Locked Seams for Added Comfort Raglan Sleeve for Comfort and Increased Range of Motion 3 Piece Hood Elastic Binding at Hood and Cuff The SPECS Weight: 7.5 oz / 212.6 g Fit: Regular Fit Material: 100% Polyester Velour Fleece 4.0 oz/yd

- Moosejaw

Wander the tide pools and coastal trails with this sumptuous midweight pullover featuring girlish embroidery for beachy style. Raglan sleeves won't hinder movement; flat-locked seams, 3-piece hood and elastic binding at hood and cuffs for comfort well into twilight. Soft, Comfortable Mid- Weight Fabric. Pull Over Hoody with Novelty Emproidery. Contrast Flat- Locked Seams for Added Comfort. Raglan Sleeve for Comfort and Increased Range of Motion. 3 Piece Hood. Elastic Binding at Hood and Cuff.100% Polyester Velour Fleece 4.0 oz/yd.7.5 oz (212.6g).

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Marmot Girls Wander Hoody - Wander the tide pools and coastal trails with this sumptuous midweight pullover featuring girlish embroidery for beachy style. Raglan sleeves won't hinder movement; flat-locked seams, 3-piece hood and elastic binding at hood and cuffs for comfort well into twilight. Features Soft, Comfortable Mid- Weight Fabric Pull Over Hoody with Novelty Emproidery Contrast Flat- Locked Seams for Added Comfort Raglan Sleeve for Comfort and Increased Range of Motion 3 Piece Hood Elastic Binding at Hood and Cuff

- Massey's Outfitters

Cozy but breathable velour fleece and bold, bright colors will make the Marmot Girls' Wander Hoody your four-season favorite for cozy comfort when the chills overtake you.

- Backcountry.com