Mountain Hardwear Lunetta Jacket

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Mountain Hardwear Lunetta Jacket is an insulated jacket great for layering under a shell and stylish enough to wear out on the town. Swirling quilt lines hold lofty Thermic Micro insulation in place. Dobby fabric adds a hint of texture.


Fashioned for the adventure inclined, the Women's Lunetta Jacket from Mountain Hardwear uses swirling quilt lines to hold lofty Thermic Micro insulation in place. Its Dobby fabric adds a hint of texture.

- Altrec Outlet

Lightweight and compressible, Mountain Hardwear's Lunetta Jacket warms you up with lightweight Thermic Micro insulation that insulates well and compresses easily. Keep your body heat close with soft butter jersey cuffs and dual hem drawcords.

- Mountain Gear

CLOSEOUTS . Combining lofty warmth with versatile style, Mountain Hardwear's Lunetta jacket features comfy Thermic Micro insulation beneath a flattering, swirling quilt shell. Available Colors: BLACK, DEEP TURQUOISE, BERRY SODA. Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Whether you're going skiing or just hanging out watching a late-fall sunset, the mountain Hardwear Women's Lunetta Jacket will take the bite out of the air with lofty Thermic micro synthetic insulation.


Mountain Hardwear Lunetta Jacket


The Lunetta Jacket has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$47.62 - $145.00

The Mountain Hardwear Lunetta Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 26, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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