Prana Halle Insulated Hooded Jacket - Women's

Prana Halle Insulated Hooded Jacket - Women's
Prana Halle Insulated Hooded Jacket - Women's
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Halle Insulated Hooded Jacket - Women's by Prana
When the longer daylight and sweet sunshine of summer fade like a distant memory, layer yourself within the coziness of the Prana Women's Halle Insulated Hooded Jacket. This luxurious jacket features a unique dual-layered design with two separate zips for customizing your coverage. The outer shell of abrasion-resistant nylon covers a sleek polyester jacket underneath, and both are treated with a DWR finish to repel light showers and misty mornings from dampening your daily fun. Preventing precious heat from escaping, the interior jacket employs Primaloft ECO insulation for lofty warmth that just won't quit, even if it's drizzly and damp outside. This synthetic-based insulation mimics the lofty structure of down, but it's not susceptible to clumping together in the wet, meaning you'll stay pleasantly warm on drizzly autumn days. Plus, these insulating fibers are breathable, so you don't overheat once you step inside to meet a friend for coffee or head into the local music venue for the evening.

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