Penfield Rockwool Down Jacket - Women's

Penfield Rockwool Down Jacket - Women's
Penfield Rockwool Down Jacket - Women's
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Rockwool Down Jacket - Women's by Penfield
When November in New England rolls around, there's no turning back from the trying and laborious winter weather. With their roots deeply entrenched in the infallible colonists' perseverance, Massachusetts based brand, Penfield, refined the art of wading through Jack Frost's reign with the Rockwool Down Jacket for Women. The Rockwool is an apt summary of the resolute settlers' dreams, apple cider donuts, and woolen-rich urban wanderings. Paired perfectly with your favorite wellies, plaid scarf, and a cozy beanie this retro-styled jacket is equipped with a Teflon coated nylon ripstop exterior and suede shoulder yoke, and it falls just at the hip. The 550 down fill keeps you cozy warm while the supple shearling collar and front snap closure prevents capricious winds from sneaking their way through. So whether you're wandering around Faneuil Hall in Boston or sauntering through the sea-spray soaked streets of Portland, Maine, the Rockwool keeps your steadfast heart warm.

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