Mackage's no-fur version of their well-equipped Edward Jacket, the NFR warms the animal lover's soul and body with more synthetic insulation during a long winter. Mackage chooses to insulate with 800+ traceable duck down underneath a dual-layer fabric for water-repellency and windproof protection from rains and snows. Adorning the full-length zipper and pockets are bits of leather trim for durability. What helps the Edward stand above the rest is the removable inner bib and hood, which can zip out during fairer weather in spring and fall. Storm cuffs and a storm flap on the hood keep out rains and snow flurries, and the insulated pockets are welcomed escapes from the icy weather outside.
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Mackage Edward-NFR Jacket - Men's
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