Coal Headwear Fleece Hood SE Balaclava

Coal Headwear Fleece Hood SE Balaclava
Coal Headwear Fleece Hood SE Balaclava
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Fleece Hood SE Balaclava by Coal Headwear
Whether he's snowboarding on icy Minnesota streets or fishing on frozen lakes, Joe Sexton relies on the Coal Fleece Hood SE Balaclava to keep his head warm in the brutal Midwest cold. It has a thick fleece fabric to seal out frigid temps, and a stretchy face panel can be pulled up when chilly gusts are blowing in. Waterproof panels at the top keep it from getting soaked when the snow's coming down, and a stretch drawcord allows you to cinch everything up when it's extra cold.

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SKU: COA003N
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