Sierra Designs Frequency Jacket - Women's

Specs

Weight 10 oz
Center Back Length 23.5 in (Medium)
Body Fabric Frequency Microfleece

Where to Buy

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sierra Designs's Frequency Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Microfleece is totally adaptable-worn against the skin it acts like a base layer, but layered it acts as quick-drying insulation for aerobic sports like Nordic skiing and snowshoeing. View Size Chart

- Sierra Designs

Add some warmth to your winter adventures with the Sierra Designs Women's Frequency Jacket. This micro fleece full zip jacket can be worn against your skin as a base layer, or used in layering it acts as quick drying insulation when you're working hard in the cold. So whether you're out for a leisurely snowshoe in the moonlight, or you're racing to the finish line in a Nordic ski race, the Sierra Designs Frequency Jacket for women adapts.

- Altrec Outlet

Free Shipping. Sierra Designs Women's Frequency Jacket DECENT FEATURES of the Sierra Designs Women's Frequency Jacket Two Hand Pockets Condor Seeve Construction Mock Collar with Zipper Anti-Pilling Treatment

- Moosejaw

Wear the women's microfleece Frequency as a base layer directly on next to your skin or as insulation over a tee and under a wind shell for running and other aerobic sports in cold weather.

- REI

Sierra Designs Women's Frequency Jacket

MSRP:
$59.00

The Sierra Designs Women's Frequency Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2016 at Moosejaw.

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