Millet LD Iceland Hoodie

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The Millet Women's LD Iceland Hooded Fleece Jacket marries materials so you stay warm whether you're trail running on Thanksgiving morning or running late for carpool pickup. Wool is a natural at thermoregulation and odor resistance, and synthetic adds some snuggle to an already soft fabric. Technical textiles are nice, and the inspired style of French designers turn this fleece into a jacket for the ages. Wool wows, plain and simple. The fibers take moisture vapor away from your non-stop body and moves it to the surface for quick evaporation. Without water, many things cannot survive, and that includes the bugs responsible for the stink bombs in your clothing. Sans bugs, this jacket shouldn't foreshadow it's arrival nor leaving a wake of people reaching for gas masks behind you. Not only will this fleece smell sweet, but without moisture vapor hanging around, the chances of turning into a clammy, chilly mess goes down--dramatically. The regular fit makes it easy to throw this hoody over a t-shirt or thermal baselayer. If the wind kicks up, the adjustable hem cinches down so breezes don't bother you. Handwarmer pockets hold keys or your smartphone, so your hands are free for other things.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Millet Women's LD Iceland Hoodie FEATURES of the Millet Women's LD Iceland Hoodie Warm and comfortable, thanks to its unique construction blending natural and synthetic fibers Naturally warm, naturally antibacterial wool Full centre zip 2 zipped pockets Integral hood Adjustable hem SPECIFICATIONS of the Millet Women's LD Iceland Hoodie Weight: 0.560 kg Tecnowool

- Moosejaw

Millet LD Iceland Hoodie

previously retailed for:
$84.97 - $169.95

The Millet LD Iceland Hoodie is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 30, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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