Bogner - Fire+Ice Carter-T Jacket - Men's

Bogner - Fire+Ice Carter-T Jacket - Men's
Bogner - Fire+Ice Carter-T Jacket - Men's
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Carter-T Jacket - Men's by Bogner - Fire+Ice
Bogner's Carter-T combines rugged waterproofing with stretchy fabric that you can flex in when you're on the slopes. Its membrane boasts extremely high waterproof, breathable protection that keeps you comfy whether it's dumping snow or a bluebird day. Fully sealed seams prevent a single snowflake from seeping through, and a light helping of insulation adds welcoming warmth in winter and spring. The jacket is fully equipped with ventilation zippers, a powder skirt, and plenty of adjustments to batten down the hatches when the snow's really coming down.

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SKU: BGNG03P
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