Mountain Hardwear MicroChill Zip T

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Your kid shivered his way through last winter-the Mountain Hardware Boys' Microchill Fleece Zip T helps you learn from those past experiences. He can pull it over his long underwear and under his winter jacket for the ideal midlayer warmth.

- Backcountry Outlet

Outfit him in the lightweight warmth of Polartec Classic micro fleece with Mountain Hardwear's MicroChill Zip T and surround him in ultra soft and comfy protection. He can wear this piece as a stand-alone barrier in moderate weather or layer it with a shell when temps really drop.

- Mountain Gear

You got matching ski outfits last year, but your little man froze through most of the winter. Kids' internal heaters aren't as powerful as adults', so they often need an extra layer to be comfortable in cold weather. The Mountain Hardwear Boys' Microchill Fleece Zip T solves the layering conundrum with a warm, but not too warm midlayer. The quarter-zip style allows him to open it up for venting if he gets too hot, but provides plenty of insulation for when it's really cold.

- Backcountry.com

On Sale. Mountain Hardwear Boys' Microchill Zip T DECENT FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Boys' Microchill Zip T High-cut collar with 8in. zip for ventilation Flat-lock construction eliminates chafe The SPECS Average Weight: 6 oz / 169 g Center Back Length: 22in. / 56 cm Fabric: Body: Velous Micro Fleece (100% polyester)

- Moosejaw

Built with Polartec(R) Classic 100 microfleece, the Mountain Hardwear MicroChill Zip T for Boys is warm, lightweight and soft - great as a midlayer, or extra warmth on chilly days.

- Altrec Outdoors

Mountain Hardwear Boys' MicroChill Zip T

previously retailed for:
$21.97 - $40.00

The Mountain Hardwear Boys' MicroChill Zip T is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 23, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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