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Outdoor Research Women's Ferrosi Hoody

Looking for a true 3-season "do everything" soft shell? The lightweight, stretchy Outdoor Research Women's Ferrosi Hoody is so comfortable and durable, you'll want to wear it on every hike, climb and paddle trip you take.

Outdoor Research
Women's Ferrosi Hoody

  • Stretchy softshell that light and beathable
  • Reg. Price: $124.95
    $77.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Outdoor Research Women's Aspire Jacket (Close-Out) Waterproof Shell

Offering 3-season protection, the durable, lightweight Outdoor Research Women's Aspire Jacket keeps out rain and offers maximum breathability. GORE-TEX Paclite fabric protects against wear-and-tear while side zippers allow poncho-style ventilation.

Outdoor Research
Women's Aspire Jacket (Close-Out)

  • Lightweight GORE-TEX Paclite
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  • Reg. Price: $198.95
    $119.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
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Dedicated to hands-on design and product testing, Outdoor Research builds rugged, high performance gear that stands up to the wear and tear of life in the outdoors. Always innovative, Outdoor Research continues to push the envelope by unveiling cutting-edge apparel, storage systems, shelter systems and other gear for any and all types of backcountry adventure.

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