Lole Katie Down Jacket - Women's

Lole Katie Down Jacket - Women's
Lole Katie Down Jacket - Women's
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Katie Down Jacket - Women's by Lole
Embark on your daily commute in luxurious warmth with the Lole Katie Down Jacket. Its Lolefty yet lightweight down insulation traps your body heat while you wander chilly city streets, and the sleek, water-resistant fabric repels light snow or rain to keep you dry should the weather turn. A faux-fur hood adds a touch of classic style, and the ruff and the hood are both removable so you can customize your Loleok. The two-way zipper ensures you can walk or sit unrestricted, while the regular fit and above-knee cut provide extra protection from the cold with a flattering silhouette.

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SKU: LLE00J8
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