Sierra Designs Gnar Hoody Jacket - Women's

photo: Sierra Designs Women's Gnar Hoody Jacket down insulated jacket

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Sierra Designs Women's Gnar Hoody will keep you warm on cool nights or crisp days. This versatile coat with down insulation makes a great layering piece. Stylish and lightweight, grab the Sierra Designs Gnar Hoody for women as temperatures cool and fall creeps in. Comes with it's own stuff sack so you can stash it when you're not sporting it. 800 Fill Goose Down. 100% Polyester Taffeta Lining. Elasticized Hem and Cuffs. Fitted Elasticized Hood. Center Front Storm Flap. 2 Interior Dump Pockets. 1 Interior Zip Pocket.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Playing in cold-weather is a lot more fun with great gear. Thanks to premium down insulation and a cozy hood, the Sierra Designs Gnar Hoodie Down jacket makes a great companion on outdoor adventures. Durable ripstop nylon fabric stands up to wear and tear; soft polyester taffeta lining easily slides over base layers. Premium 800-fill-power goose down is extremely compressible and offers exceptional warmth for its weight. Insulated hood features an elastic binding for a secure fit. Sierra Designs Gnar Hoodie down jacket features an interior zip pocket, 2 interior drop-in pockets, a zippered chest pocket and zippered handwarmer pockets. Closeout.



Weight 9 oz
Center Back Length 24 1/4 in (Medium)
Insulation 800 Fill Goose Down
Shell Fabric Elevation

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Gnar Hoody Jacket. Read all reviews »

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The Sierra Designs Women's Gnar Hoody Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 21, 2014 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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