Under Armour ColdGear Infrared Werewolf Jacket - Women's

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Free Shipping. Under Armour Women's UA ColdGear Infrared Werewolf Jacket FEATURES of the Under Armour Women's UA ColdGear Infrared Werewolf Jacket UA Storm Primaloft insulation mapped with Softershell ColdGear Infrared printed interior Secure hand pockets with audio port Insulated hood construction UA Magzip magnetically connects for quick and easy zipping

- Moosejaw

UA Storm technology repels water but stays soft & breathable for superior comfortColdGearA(R) Infrared lining uses a unique ceramic coating that seeks, absorbs, and retains body heat to keep you warmer, longerIncredibly light PrimaLoftA(R) insulation delivers extreme breathability, warmth, and water-resistance Built-in ColdGearA(R) cuffs cover your hands for extra warmth and protectionRaglan sleeves unlock mobility for serious range of motion Princess seams create a slimmer, more streamlined silhouetteFill zip front with stand collar for extra protectionSecure hand pockets with audio port City length hit below the seat for greater coverageBody: PolyesterInsulation: PrimaLoftA(R) (100g)Arms: 9.14 oz. PolyesterImported

- Under Armour

When you step out of the confines of your apartment building and into the cold, blustery city streets, equip yourself with the Under Armour Women's Coldgear Infrared Werewolf Insulated Jacket. PrimaLoft insulation mapped with softeshell construction, along with the innovative Coldgear Infrared technology on the inside, provide stellar warmth and comfort while you walk to your favorite restaurant in the frigid air.

- Backcountry.com