Norrona Oslo Gore-Tex Coat - Men's

Norrona Oslo Gore-Tex Coat - Men's
Norrona Oslo Gore-Tex Coat - Men's
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Oslo Gore-Tex Coat - Men's by Norrona
Get the best in classic style and modern performance with the Norrona Oslo Gore-Tex Coat. Designed with a lightweight yet durably waterproof three-layer Gore-Tex membrane, this coat is the perfect outer layer for any season. From heavy winter snows to steady summer rain, you'll be dry and comfortable thanks to the waterproof and highly breathable nature of the fabric. The front storm flap keeps wind and rain from sneaking in, and features a full buttoned front underneath, with a unique single-button design at the top. The stand up collar has a reflective strip on the collar stand so you can stay visible on low-light walks from the bus or train, and you've also got hand pockets and an internal security pocket to keep your valuables safe as you navigate wet city streets.

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SKU: NRA00F6
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