Arc'teryx A2B Vinton Fleece Jacket - Men's

Arc'teryx A2B Vinton Fleece Jacket - Men's
Arc'teryx A2B Vinton Fleece Jacket - Men's
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A2B Vinton Fleece Jacket - Men's by Arc'teryx
From rain-spattered bike commutes to taking on the city in style, the Arc'teryx Men's A2B Vinton Fleece Jacket doubles as a high-performance midlayer or a sporty, clean-looking jacket when worn on its own. Crafted with the versatile, Wynne construction, the A2B Vinton features a plush fleece interior that wicks moisture and enhances warmth, while the merino wool face resists funky odors that are bound to build up over years of wear-and-tear. Not to mention, it's water-resistant design helps keep you dry by shedding light precipitation on your bike ride. And the slim fitting silhouette assures breathability, yet retains heat during your cold-weather, high-output activities.

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