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If there’s one thing you can never have too many of, it’s fleece jackets. They’re perfect to wear on those first chilly fall days and are a great layering piece during the coldest winter months. Not only are they the ideal weight to keep you warm and not hot, but they also come in a ton of cute styles.
However, in this shopping editor’s opinion, Free People Movement’s Hit The Slopes fleece jackets are hard to beat. And seeing as these jackets are some of the brand’s most popular designs, shoppers seem to agree!
The Hit The Slopes Collection is primarily made up of fleece jackets and pullovers, but the brand also offers fleece balaclavas and ski pants for those who want to build out their fleece collection further.
As the name suggests, the Hit The Slopes styles are designed to keep you comfortable and looking cute for everyday adventures like hiking, heading to the gym and running errands. Each jacket and pullover features convenient zipper pockets and snap closures so that you can secure your phone and other essentials while out and about.
These outerwear pieces also have a slouchy, slightly oversized fit so that you can easily layer other clothing underneath. All styles come in sizes XS-XL and range from $128-$168. [Editor’s note: I have the Hit The Slopes Fleece Jacket and recommend buying your regular size!]
And while the design is obviously cozy, the best part about these jackets has to be how many colors and prints they come in! The Hit The Slopes Fleece Jacket comes in 14 solid colors, while the Hit The Slopes Printed Pullover comes in nine prints, and the Hit The Slopes Colorblock Pullover comes in 10 combinations. That means you have over 30 options to choose from.
If you tend to live in sweatshirts and hoodies during the fall, upgrade your collection with a Hit The Slopes design that looks as good on as it feels. Trust us: These jackets are worth the hype (and every penny).
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