MontBell Thermawrap Skirt

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Specs

Weight 6.8 oz (Size M)

Reviews

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Highly recommend! This is a great multi-purpose skirt.

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Source: bought it used
Price Paid: Less than I would have had it been new

Summary

Highly recommend! This is a great multi-purpose skirt. Once you add it to your wardrobe, you'll wonder how you ever got by without it.

Pros

  • Versatility
  • Warmth
  • Adjustable
  • Secure pocket!
  • Reversible
  • Great colors!

Cons

  • Typical wrap-skirt issues: flap blows open in the wind

Love the adjustable waist and that the skirt reverses to a contrasting color! Not as warm as a Skhoop skirt, but more versatile and great colors! Nice enough to wear out to dinner and wonderfully warm and functional for all outdoor pursuits. 

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit MontBell's Thermawrap Skirt page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Mont Bell Thermawrap Skirt is ideal for lunging in front of the fire on an alpine hut trip, this versatile insulated skirt is sure to be a conversation starter. Throw it on over your long underwear after a day of skiing or wear it alone when it is just too cold for a traditional skirt. It also makes a perfect ultra light back country pillow.

- CampSaver.com

After a long haul to the yurt, kick back and relax in the Montbell Women's Thermawrap Reversible Skirt. An ideal piece for lounging around the cabin or kicking back at home in front of the wood stove, the Thermawrap features a reversible design, and one side is treated with Polkatex DWR to help resist lightly falling snow. Its single-quilt construction and Exceloft insulation keeps you plenty cozy and warm on chilly days while its one-size-fits-most size with snap side adjustment offers a comfortable fit. A small pocket on the quilted side also houses your cell or lip balm.

- Backcountry.com