Ferrosi Hooded Jacket Women’s

Ferrosi Hooded Jacket Women’s

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The Ferrosi is infused with movement-mirroring stretch and durable, abrasion-resistant, fabric for whatever mountain you are on. It has extra durability layered onto the shoulders, elbows, and forearms and super stretchy and incredibly breathable fabric built into the body and arm areas.

We love it for its breathability, weather resistant protection, its ability to block shiver-inducing wind and light rain and the fact that its design makes layering a cinch! Featuring:
  • Fully adjustable hood
  • YKK® DWR-treated zippers
  • Zip chest and hand pockets (the left-hand pocket doubles as a stuff sack)
  • Carabiner loop
  • Key clip
  • Single-separating front zipper
  • Elastic drawcord hem
  • Elastic cuffs
  • Thumb loops
Weight: 13.2oz / 373g

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Description

The Ferrosi is infused with movement-mirroring stretch and durable, abrasion-resistant, fabric for whatever mountain you are on. It has extra durability layered onto the shoulders, elbows, and forearms and super stretchy and incredibly breathable fabric built into the body and arm areas.

We love it for its breathability, weather resistant protection, its ability to block shiver-inducing wind and light rain and the fact that its design makes layering a cinch! Featuring:

  • Fully adjustable hood
  • YKK® DWR-treated zippers
  • Zip chest and hand pockets (the left-hand pocket doubles as a stuff sack)
  • Carabiner loop
  • Key clip
  • Single-separating front zipper
  • Elastic drawcord hem
  • Elastic cuffs
  • Thumb loops

Weight: 13.2oz / 373g

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