Parajumpers Ernie Leather Jacket - Men's

Parajumpers Ernie Leather Jacket - Men's
Parajumpers Ernie Leather Jacket - Men's
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Ernie Leather Jacket - Men's by Parajumpers
You've been trying to stretch out the season for your favorite leather bomber for years now, but somehow, you're always thwarted when the snow really starts coming down. Puffy down and three-in-one jackets are okay, but in your mind, they've got nothing on leather's sleek, timeless style. Fortunately, this may finally be your year. Push aside those winter jackets that just aren't "you" and make room in your closet for the Parajumpers Ernie Leather Jacket. Filled with breathable synthetic insulation, the Ernie will keep you far warmer than your old favorite when the weather gets foul, and its waxed lambskin leather exterior won't soak through at the first sign of rain. Well-placed accents, like zipper tassels and a tape-neck closure lend classic aviator style, while subtle pit zips prevent overheating when you're stuck inside.

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SKU: PJM002B
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