Marmot Georgina Featherless Insulated Jacket - Women's

Marmot Georgina Featherless Insulated Jacket - Women's
Marmot Georgina Featherless Insulated Jacket - Women's
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Georgina Featherless Insulated Jacket - Women's by Marmot
Ready yourself for winter's icy grasp with the extended length and toasty warmth of the Marmot Women's Georgina Featherless Insulated Jacket. Ideal for trekking through snowy streets en route to work and braving icy winds howling off the lakefront, the Georgina Featherless Insulated Jacket packs high levels of warmth with its 3M Thinsulate Featherless insulation that's integrated into the lining of the jacket. This synthetic insulation mimics the heat-trapping loft of down clusters, yet unlike down, it's not susceptible to losing warmth in damp environments and soaking conditions. The Georgina Featherless Insulated Jacket keeps out the rain and snow with its MemBrain 2-layer construction, which is a waterproof, breathable membrane for optimal comfort in inclement winter weather. For additional protection, the attached hood features a removable faux fur that breaks up howling winds from whipping across your face. And to ensure everyday versatility, flapped cargo and internal stash pockets lend plentiful storage for your daily endeavors.

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