Canada Goose Dartmouth Crew Neck Sweater - Men's

Canada Goose Dartmouth Crew Neck Sweater - Men's
Canada Goose Dartmouth Crew Neck Sweater - Men's
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Dartmouth Crew Neck Sweater - Men's by Canada Goose
Graduate to the upper echelons of comfort with the Canada Goose Dartmouth Crew Neck Sweater. Made from a merino wool knit, and with Cordura elbow and shoulder panels, this sweater is the perfect lightweight option for warmer days or layering under a jacket. Thermal Mapping technology increases breathability in areas prone to overheating, while the merino wool works to regulate your temperature and fight the buildup of any funky odors. The rib-knit collar, cuffs, and hem add comfort and shape retention, and the Durability Mapped Cordura panels bolster protection from wear and tear where you need it most.

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SKU: CDG00B7
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