Marine Layer Reversible Corbet Pullover Fleece - Men's

Marine Layer Reversible Corbet Pullover Fleece - Men's
Marine Layer Reversible Corbet Pullover Fleece - Men's
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Reversible Corbet Pullover Fleece - Men's by Marine Layer
Reversibles are in with Marine Layer's new Reversible Corbet Pullover Fleece, a quilted-style soft pullover for chilly days out on the coast, or charging your batteries on the sofa during a lazy weekend. The Corbet warms without bulk, which makes it easier to turn inside-out and sets it up perfectly to be layered under a heavier winter jacket. With three snap buttons on the collar, finding the ideal comfort and style is well -- a snap. Add a scarf on days with bitter winds, or unbutton two to let the Reversible's second color stand out on the collar.

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SKU: MLY002R
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