Barbour Beadnell Polarquilt Jacket - Women's

Barbour Beadnell Polarquilt Jacket - Women's
Barbour Beadnell Polarquilt Jacket - Women's
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Beadnell Polarquilt Jacket - Women's by Barbour
Cooler temperatures call for the Beadnell Polarquilt Jacket, which features a traditional Barbour with tartan cuffs and collar. Its fleece lining keeps you warm on chilly evenings around town while its stud-close storm flap keeps gusts from chilling your core. Two patch pockets and two waist high pockets complete the Beadnell shape. With an elegant fit, the jacket layers perfectly over knitwear and flannels for an autumn aesthetic that flows from morning to evening.

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SKU: BAO004N
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