Kari Traa Raundalen L Jacket - Women's

Kari Traa Raundalen L Jacket - Women's
Kari Traa Raundalen L Jacket - Women's
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Raundalen L Jacket - Women's by Kari Traa
Whether you're out and about on a warm rainy spring morning, a chilly fall evening, or a cold winter day, the versatile Kari Tr Raundalen L Jacket has you covered. The waterproof shell with sealed seams can be worn alone to help keep you dry during those rain showers while the insulated removable liner warms up your chilly fall commutes. In winter when the conditions are both wet and cold, the two can be worn together for complete weather protection. The adjustable, custom fit waist provides you with a flattering aesthetic that works for both your commute and your evening out while the two-way zipper allows you to comfortably sit and move throughout your day.

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