Mountain Hardwear Trekkin Insulated Skirt

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Retailers' Descriptions

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An insulated mini-skirt with a flattering fit that excels in cold weather.The Trekkin Mini s 100% nylon patterned face fabric is wind-resistant, durable, and easy to wash and wear. The skirt also has a heather-m lange fabric at waist and hips for mobility. Stay warm and stylish during your favorite outdoor activities, or when the temperature drops.Past Season Colors

- Mountain Hardwear

You'll want to live in this warm, comfortable insulated skirt, with a knit waistband and snap hem detail for easy mobility. This versatile piece goes from daily errands to an evening out and about. . 40g insulation . Snap detail at hem . Zip security pocket . Knit waistband . Fabric Body: 30D Nylon Plain Weave . Insulation: Thermal.Q(R) 40 g/m^2 . Center Back Length: 22 in / 55 cm . Apparel Fit: Standard . Weight: 1.7 oz / 49 g

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The Mountain Hardwear Trekkin Printed Skirt comes in a style fit for the city, even though it feels best in the mountains. The DWR-coated shell protects you from light rainfall, while Thermic Micro insulation retains its warmth even when wet. Additionally, the microfleece lining feels super soft against your skin and slides over leggings with ease.

- Backcountry.com

Side zip entryOne side zip pocket for secure storage60 gm insulation for lightweight to warmth ratioDWR finish repels waterUPF 50 sun protection The Basics: Apparel Fit: Semi-Fitted Weight: 5.9 oz / 168 gCenter Back Length: 16.5 / 42 cm Materials: Body: 30D Micro TaffetaInsulation: 60g Thermic Micro TK

- River Sports Outfitters

An insulated skirt with a flattering fit, the Mountain Hardwear Trekkin excels in cold weather. You'll stay warm and stylish during your outdoor activities when the temperature drops.

- REI