Mountain Hardwear StudioGrand Bomber Jacket - Women's

Mountain Hardwear StudioGrand Bomber Jacket - Women's
Mountain Hardwear StudioGrand Bomber Jacket - Women's
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StudioGrand Bomber Jacket - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
Taking design inspiration from the elegant tastes of Cole Hn apparel, the Mountain Hardwear Women's StudioGrand Bomber Jacket brings the high-loft warmth of down insulation to the retro vibe of classic bomber jackets. 600-fill goose down keeps you from shivering during your morning commute and afternoon errands, especially when brisk breezes and icy temperatures take hold during the wintertime. Protecting the down's lofting warmth, the nylon 2-layer fabric is fully waterproof, with all the seams sealed for impenetrable protection from oncoming rain and snow showers. The wool collar, cuffs, and hemline lock in precious warmth while exuding a rich retro look. Soft-lined hand pockets provide a cozy refuge for frozen fingers on those particularly frigid evenings. There's also a zippered sleeve pocket for handy storage of cash and keys when you're out on the town.

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