WEAR COLOUR Wolverine Jacket - Women's

WEAR COLOUR Wolverine Jacket - Women's
WEAR COLOUR Wolverine Jacket - Women's
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Wolverine Jacket - Women's by WEAR COLOUR
The skunk bear has a bit of a reputation for being a solitary, ferocious animal with extreme amounts of strength that are a bit surprising considering its small size, which sort of explains why the folks over at CLWR named this women's coat the Wolverine Jacket. Designed to combat some of the harshest weather on the deepest of days, the Wolverine features a hard-wearing construction and stylish silhouette that ultimately ensures you receive the best of both worlds. More specifically, the Wolverine is constructed with a fully waterproof, windproof, and breathable exterior that protects against wind and precipitation. To bolster your defense, the synthetic insulation provides lightweight warmth even when wet. However, should the temperatures rise, the mesh-backed and zippered underarm vents provide on-the-go temperature regulation and dump excess body heat quickly. A bevvy of pockets keep necessities close at hand, and the removable powder skirt doubles down on your protection when cruising through lofty powder.

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