Haglofs Eco Proof Jacket - Men's

Haglofs Eco Proof Jacket - Men's
Haglofs Eco Proof Jacket - Men's
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Eco Proof Jacket - Men's by Haglofs
Classic outdoor aesthetic and modern tech and sustainability come together in the Haglofs Men's Eco Proof Jacket. This technical shell offers a classic outdoor aesthetic while shielding you from howling winds and heavy rain when you're out on the trail. However, that's not all this jacket has going for it. Its Eco Proof fabric is made with partial recycled content to reduce waste, and it's bluesign-approved, meaning the factory that produces it conforms to best-practice manufacturing methods that are easier on the environment as well as the workers who craft it. Plus, Haglofs used thoughtful design to ensure that as many parts of the jacket as possible are easily repaired or replaced, so you can enjoy this jacket for many years to come.

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