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Wm's Fanes TirolWool CLT Hooded Jacket

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Women's lightweight, warm and water-repellent hooded insulation jacket with TirolWool® Celliant® thermo-reflective insulation for outdoor activities | a mountain store for adventurous people.
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The Salewa Fanes TirolWool Hood Women's Jacket has a wind-resistant, water-repellent outer fabric with a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish.

Its low-bulk TirolWool® Celliant® insulation reflects heat back to the body. Made from a hybrid blend of natural TirolWool® and high-tech Celliant®, it keeps you warmer for longer and prevents overchilling during periods of inactivity.

Pack it in the compression stow bag (you'll find it in the pocket) and store it until you need it. Additional details include: full-length internal windproof flap, tailored hood and two zipped outer pockets. Also ideal as a zip-in layer with Salewa's interactive hardshells.

Celliant® is a US patented mix of thermo-reactive minerals which are transformed to a resin which is then loaded into the core of polyester fibres which then recycle radiant body energy - heat - and essentially reflect it back to the body over time, increasing microcirculation and helping maintain optimal body temperature. These fibres, which are manufactured in Ireland, are then mixed with the natural wool fibres of Tirolean mountain sheep to provide optimal warmth for you and sustainability of sheep farming in the Tirol mountains of Austria. The garment itself is made in Asia using the Fair Wear Foundation guidelines.