Lole Kathleen Insulated Jacket - Women's

Lole Kathleen Insulated Jacket - Women's
Lole Kathleen Insulated Jacket - Women's
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Kathleen Insulated Jacket - Women's by Lole
On the weekends you've got your tech layers dialed in for mountain adventures, but when you're headed to work in town you dial up the style with the Lole Kathleen Insulated Jacket. Built with weather resistant materials and strategically seam sealed, you can head out the door in the middle of snow storm and make it to your desk warm and dry. This stylish winter jacket is filled with Lole's ThermagLolew Mid synthetic insulation, which is warm (even when wet), yet Lolew on bulk so it won't feel heavy as you go about your day. If the day dawns cold yet clear, you're welcome to leave the detachable hood at home, stuff some gLoleves in the pockets (just in case), and head out to enjoy the winter sunshine.

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