From boulders to crags.
The Mammut Women's Nova Fleece Jacket is the perfect choice for sport climbing or bouldering in chilly temperatures. Pontetorto Technostretch fleece features a durable outer face while the interior remains soft, warm, and provides moisture-wicking properties to help keep your hard-working body dry at all times. Mammut also added a drawcord at the hood and two zippered hand pocket to protect your valuables when you're on the wall.
- Pontetorto Tecnostretch fleece
- Drawcord at hood
- Two zippered hand pockets
- Item #MAM000Z
- Q & A
Just a color review
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Medium
- Height: 5'2"
This is a review solely on color. Not on fit, or properties. The Light Carmine is NOT pink, it's a reddish color. Just FYI.
Not-so-chilly weather fleece
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: Small
- Height: 5'3"
- Weight: 115lbs
All around this is a high quality jacket, as I would expect from Mammut, but I don't find it perfect for chilly weather---unless that means low 60s. Even in the mid 50s I find this fleece thin. We've been wintering in Joshua Tree, and even on nicer days I've found the wind to cut right through this fleece, and even under my down jacket I don't find it as insulating as other midlayers I have owned. But, if you're looking for a well made, mild weather hiking or climbing jacket this is the one. I also found it to run a little large for my frame.
Mammut Nova Fleece Jacket
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: Runs small
Perfect hoody! When I ordered this, I thought I'd be putting it away until winter. It's June, and I can wear it on chilly nights all year round. I live in So. CA at the beach, and we often have gloomy weather even in the summer, and 60 degree evenings. This hoody reminds me of something made by Nike or Under Armour. Very sporty/athletic. I got a medium in the Infinity color. It closely resembles the color in the photo--maybe just a bit brighter in person. It's light weight, yet thick enough to be warm. It has a super soft waffle fleece liner. Excellent Mammut quality in the stitching, smooth gliding zippers, fit, etc. I usually wear a small in Arc'teryx, Mountain Hardwear, and Marmot, but I always order a medium in Mammut. Their tops just seem to run small. Their size 6 are always more like a 4; small fits like an extra small, etc. This hoody is no exception. The medium in this fits like a small, and fits perfectly across the chest, and I wear a 32C in bra. It fits a bit tight across the chest, so those of you who wear a larger bra size may want to consider a large. It does stretch a bit, though. Not uncomfortable at all. However, the waist isn't snug, but fits perfectly. I'm 5'5"/125 lbs. The sleeves are perfect length, hitting right at my knuckles. The hood is perfect, and not too long. I can't stand hoods that fall past my eyes. The pockets are lined in a silky dark grey mesh. They break up the blue when unzipped, so they're functional and flattering. The description above says "drawcord at hood", but mine doesn't have (or need) one. I believe that's a misprint. If you're looking for a year-round, go-to hoody, you might want to consider this one. I love it.