FlyLow Gear Kingsley Fleece Jacket - Men's

FlyLow Gear Kingsley Fleece Jacket - Men's
FlyLow Gear Kingsley Fleece Jacket - Men's
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Kingsley Fleece Jacket - Men's by FlyLow Gear
A versatile mid-layer for skiing and cold outdoor pursuits, the FlyLow Men's Kingsley Fleece Jacket keeps you toasty when worn under a shell while you're making first tracks on a powder day. This zip-up jacket offers the quick-drying, smooth-wearing properties of polyester fleece, with a touch of wool for extra heat retention on the mountain. The low wool content means it's deceivingly warm for its lightweight demeanor, but without the scratchy feel inherent to your grandma's hand-knit sweaters. There's a DWR finish for water-resistance from light rain and snow showers, should you rock this as a standalone piece when you're out on the town.

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