FlyLow Gear Hemlock Fleece Jacket - Men's

FlyLow Gear Hemlock Fleece Jacket - Men's
FlyLow Gear Hemlock Fleece Jacket - Men's
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Hemlock Fleece Jacket - Men's by FlyLow Gear
Although it looks like a hand-me-down from your leather ski boot-wearing grandpa, the FlyLow Gear Men's Hemlock Fleece Jacket has the modern tech needed to stay warm and comfy from the hill to the bar. Instead of the heavy, itchy wool construction that gramps' fleece features, FlyLow built the Hemlock with a stretchy DWR-coated hardface polyester fabric that protects you from the elements without weighing you down or restricting mobility. A microfleece lining adds a soft feel for reliable comfort whether you're wearing it beneath a shell on the slopes or by itself on main street. Button-up snaps and a flap-closure chest pocket add retro touches that are sure to catch the eyes of the local ski bunnies.

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SKU: FLG005P
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