Backcountry Sherwood Full-Zip Fleece - Men's

Backcountry Sherwood Full-Zip Fleece - Men's
Backcountry Sherwood Full-Zip Fleece - Men's
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Sherwood Full-Zip Fleece - Men's by Backcountry
Teddy bears are pretty huggable, and so is our Sherwood Full-Zip Fleece. Made with comfy high-pile sherpa, this zip-up jacket is your ticket to buttery soft warmth from couch to campsite. Its smooth-fleece lining and tech zippers keep out chilly weather, so you can focus on setting up your tent in comfort.

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SKU: BCCZ25E
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