The Women's Extrem 7000 Hoody is a technical fleece for year-round use with incredible wicking properties, exceptional warmth and a multi-use hood system to protect you in a range of conditions.
The Women's Extrem 7000 Hoody is your perfect fleece for all year round. With incredible wicking and exceptional warmth-to-weight it'll never leave back. You work just as hard carrying gear in as you do on the actually climb, and this lightweight hoody is thoughtfully designed with two different body-mapped weights of POLARTEC Power Grid to whip that heat away just as fast as you create it - ideal for stop-start missions. The hood system combines an integral balaclava and has four different set-up options, so you can adapt on-the-go to the changing weather conditions.
With female-specific design and an uncluttered silhouette, this hoody will glide on underneath any shell. With great stretch for when you're reaching high to place gear and a close fitting hood that fits snug under your helmet, every aspect of this fleece has been carefully though out. Feel good and look good in this super-lightweight technical fleece hoody.
The bottom line with Power Grid fabric is that it works - either next to skin or over a thin baselayer, it will keep you dry and comfortable when active.
However, the main talking point about this Hoody, is it's unique feature set. Not only does it have two front venting hand-warmer pockets and thumb loops, it also features an integrated alpine balaclava - an adaptable hood and mask that you can wear in multiple ways providing neck, chin and head protection when needed. A face mask can be pulled over the head and provide protection to the face in fast-changing mountain weather. And when you're don with it, it can be comfortably stowed behind your head.
The perfect lightweight fleece you can use all year round.
- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear
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