UBER Sphere F3 Coat - Women's

UBER Sphere F3 Coat - Women's
UBER Sphere F3 Coat - Women's
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Sphere F3 Coat - Women's by UBER
Born in Norway, Uber's design philosophy is based on Scandinavian simplicity; clean lines and a modern, technical look that stays in fashion regardless of trends. In its mid-thigh-length Women's Sphere F3 Coat, Uber utilized this philosophy so you look sleek, elegant, and sharp. Good looks are just part of the Sphere F3, though, as this beauty has the same performance capabilities as coats built to tackle mountain peaks in nasty weather. The Sphere F3's Regulator laminated membrane provides impermeable protection against wet and nasty weather while welded reinforcements ensure that you, and whatever is in your pockets, stay dry. Four-way-stretch fabric allows for comfortable mobility whether you're rushing off to a client meeting or window shopping in London on a blustery day. An Automagnetix magnet front placket closure provides some further protection from the elements while discreet reflective icons on the front and back provide safe visibility in low-light conditions. Two interior and two exterior zippered pockets give you plenty of storage options for your essentials.

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SKU: UBR0009
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