Greenland Down Liner Jacket - Women's by Fjallraven
Whether you layer for all-around weather protection, or wear it on its own when temperatures are more mild, the Greenland Down Liner Jacket does it all to help you stay cozy and warm. The ethically-produced 600-fill down keeps you comfortable as a midlayer on frigid mountain excursions or toasty during winter commutes to work, and the DWR treatment ensures that on those commutes, you'll stay dry in some light precipitation. The soft jersey inside the sleeve cuffs makes for a plush fit and feel, while the drawcord at the hem secures a customized level of protection. If used as a standalone, no need to worry that you look like you forgot your shell--the simple, durable design is constructed with clear reference to the Fjallraven Greenland family that dates back to the 1960s.
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