ROJK Superwear Cordura Zippen Hooded Jacket - Men's

ROJK Superwear Cordura Zippen Hooded Jacket - Men's
ROJK Superwear Cordura Zippen Hooded Jacket - Men's
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Cordura Zippen Hooded Jacket - Men's by ROJK Superwear
There are jackets that look nice but will fall apart at the first sign of work, and there are jackets that are tough as nails but look like something your Uncle Teddy would wear down at the construction site. Striking a balance between Uncle Teddy durability and around-town style, the Rojk Superwear Men's Cordura Zippen Hooded Jacket will get the job done whether you're splitting rounds of pine for the campfire or ordering another round of pilsners for the crew after another solid day on the trail. Rojk built this jacket with burly Cordura to withstand wear and tear from work and added a dose of polyester and elastane for comfort and stretch. The regular fit has a classic look and feel, and the adjustable hood and spacious thumbholes add an extra bit of comfort around the campfire and at the bar.

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