Basin and Range Bear River Primaloft Bomber Jacket - Men's

Basin and Range Bear River Primaloft Bomber Jacket - Men's
Basin and Range Bear River Primaloft Bomber Jacket - Men's
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Bear River Primaloft Bomber Jacket - Men's by Basin and Range
Striking the sweet spot between sleek warmth and unpretentious styling, the Basin and Range Men's Bear River Primaloft Bomber Jacket is your new best friend for morning walks to the coffee house and upbeat jaunts through the city. Updated bomber styling lends a streamlined aesthetic to your everyday look, without sacrificing warmth in chilly weather. Functional details, such as fleece-lined hand pockets and a zippered sleeve pocket, round out its everyday appeal. PrimaLoft Silver insulation packs low-bulk warmth into a streamlined jacket. This means you'll retain body heat in cool conditions without the marshmallow-like puffiness of heavier down jackets. Another upside to using PrimaLoft lies within its synthetic fibers, which retain heat even in downright damp conditions. As for the jacket's shell, the lightweight nylon is both durable and sleekly styled, complete with a DWR finish that repels passing rain and snow showers.

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