Spider Hoody Women’s

Spider Hoody Women’s

NW Alpine


NW Alpine produces clothes for climbing that are light, simple, functional, of the highest quality and made in the US.

The Spider Hoody is a light mid-layer or a standalone base layer crafted from Polartec high-efficiency power dry fabric, whose properties regulate temperature in both hot and cold conditions. For the many who run too hot to wear heavy layers when active, this hoody is the solution to your problem.

Featuring majority flat seams, this layer can be comfortably worn against the skin or, depending on conditions, can be worn over a light shirt. A balaclava style under helmet hood, deep chest zip for dumping heat, thumb holes on the cuffs and a zippered chest pocket round out the features on this minimalist layer.

Weight: 89oz / 226g
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