Weight 380 g / 13.4 oz
Fabric POLARTEC® Thermal Pro® High Void
Stretch DRYACTIV® Stretch

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Montane's Vixen Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

On Sale. Free Shipping. Montane Women's Vixen Jacket FEATURES of the Montane Women's Vixen Jacket Polartec Thermal Pro High Void is lightweight, highly compressible and traps huge air volume through its deep pile for effective insulation and high warmth to weight ratio Dry Active underarm stretch body contoured side panels Flatlocked sewn seams throughout for extra durability Articulated arms for reach high movement and tailored specifically to reduce hem lift Soft fleece guard around neck and chin for extra comfort Two luxurious hand-warmer pockets positioned well clear of backpack or climbing harness belt Full length, reversed and baffled two way YKK front zip for ease of use with a backpack or climbing harness Low bulk elasticated cuffs with the ability to pull up to forearms to aid cooling

- Moosejaw

The Montane Vixen Jacket has been designed primarily as a highly efficient insulation layer for use with any MONTANE hard shell in stop-and-go activities where weight and space are limited.

- CampSaver.com

Go light-and-fast when you head into the mountains with the compressible Montane Women's Vixen Jacket. High-loft fleece and stretch panels offer warmth, comfort, and a fit that's just as versatile as your alpine interests. Cut with a tapered waist, this midweight jacket easily slides over your baselayers for additional insulation on the mountain. A slight drop tail at the waist and Lycra binding at the collar, cuffs, and hem keep chilly drafts from creeping in. Women in need of a packable mid-layer can count on the Vixen to deliver warmth and comfort when conditions look questionably cold.

- Backcountry.com