686 Foundation Insulated Jacket - Men's

686 Foundation Insulated Jacket - Men's
686 Foundation Insulated Jacket - Men's
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Foundation Insulated Jacket - Men's by 686
The 686 Foundation Insulated Jacket is built to keep you comfortable on the slopes and the chairlift. The infiDry membrane ensures moisture stays out of your layers, while the infiloft insulation helps you fight off winters coldest days.

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