Walking the city streets in the dead of winter has its pros and cons. The air is crisp and clear and you can always see the top of the skyscrapers, but you also have to deal with the bone-chilling cold that can freeze you from head to toe. Prevent freezing your knees off with Marmot's Strollbridge Down Jacket. This coat is lined with fleece and stuffed with down so that you can be your warmest, but still enjoy the city lights at night, the ice skating rink in the park, and waiting for the bus home. With hand-warming pockets, you can count on feeling your fingers during the entire adventure. And you can stash you keys, wallet, and phone in the Strollbridge's inner chest pocket for safekeeping. You can bank on being city stylish with the faux fur buff on this coat's hood, and you can bank on being cozy warm with the baffled, longer fit.
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Marmot Strollbridge Down Jacket - Women's
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