At first glance, the Swagger Jacket looks like your granddad's work coat, and that's just what Mountain Khakis was going for. Look a little closer, though, and you'll see that it's a little more sophisticated, with metal accents, quilted insulation, and subtle details that set it apart from the jacket you'll use to install fence posts and tack up the horses. The fabric is made of a tough cotton blend that's reminiscent of classic workwear, but finished with a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating to repel light rain and snow. It's also filled with lightweight Primaloft Silver insulation for dependable winter warmth when you're cruising around your favorite mountain town. The hidden ribknit cuffs and snap front storm placket seal out drafts and give you some stylish finishing touches, and the four pockets keep all your downtown gear safely tucked away for easy access.
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Mountain Khakis Swagger Jacket - Men's
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