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Wear this windproof technical fleece as a stand-alone piece on cold, windy days, or zip it into a compatible shell for warmth when the weather turns even worse. Great for climbing, skiing, and mountaineering.
Connecting the windproof protection of GORE-TEX WINDSTOPPER with 4-way stretch, wind-resistant panels, the Link Jacket from Mountain Hardwear offers excellent freedom of movement during active pursuits while protecting your core from heat-sapping wind chill.
- Mountain Gear
CLOSEOUTS . The Mountain Hardwear Link WindPro(R) jacket is four-times more wind-resistant than conventional fleece jackets. It is also highly breathable and moisture-wicking, making it excellent for layering under a waterproof shell or as a midweight outerlayer. Designed for mountaineering, skiing and other cold season activities. Stretch side and arm panels for range of movement Drawcord collar and hem Length: 23- ” Weight: 1 lb. 100% polyester Machine wash, tumble dry Classic Fit CLOSEOUTS . China. Size: XS (2) S (4-6) M (8-10) L (12-14) XL (16)
- Sierra Trading Post
The Mountain Hardwear Link Jacket is a windproof, technical fleece for alpine climbing, Nordic skiing and mountaineering. Soft shell panels provide stretch and breathability. Zip-in compatible with designated shells. Mountain Hardwear Link Jacket Features Interior zip pocket Drawcord at neck Air permiable, four-way stretch, side and arm panels Hidden PowerStretch® cuff Hem drawcord Chest high hand pockets Zip hand pockets Zips into all Trifecta System shells Materials Face fabric: polyester
The Mountain Hardwear Women's Link Jacket fills the lost connection between windshirts and fleece. Made from WindStopper fleece, this jacket shuts out biting breezes to end wind chill and help you retain heat. The wicking finish moves moisture away from your skin, and breathable panels let sweat escape so you don't get pruny inside your jacket. The Link sports four-way stretch panels to give you natural movement for solid ice-pick placements and smooth climbing, whether you're in a harness or scrambling up a trail. Mountain Hardwear gave this technical fleece a casual design that doesn't look over-the-top when you stop off for a post-climb beverage.
- Backcountry Outlet