Just because it's snowing faster than you can shovel your apartment steps doesn't mean you have to compromise your sense of style--instead, reach for the Sorel Women's Conquest Carly Wool Down Coat to ensure dependable warmth and sophisticated style. As its name suggests, the Conquest Carly was inspired by the iconic Sorel boot and boasts a similarly stylish and hard-wearing construction that assures versatility when it comes time to head out into the wild, white yonder. More specifically, the Carly features a wool exterior for warmth and quick-drying performance that keeps you comfortable from the beginning of your commute all the way to the end, while the DWR treatment fends off precipitation when Mother Nature decides to unleash additional snow. Additionally, the 800-fill down insulation provides furnace-like fervor, even on the chilliest of winter days, and the myriad of pockets keep necessities like your phone or train pass close at hand. Not to mention, the Carly's over-sized collar and fully adjustable hem seal out drafts and keep persnickety elements at bay. So whether you've taken up residence in New York City or San Francisco, the Carly assures warmth, protection, and unwavering style.
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