Patagonia Jackson Glacier Jacket - Women's

Patagonia Jackson Glacier Jacket - Women's
Patagonia Jackson Glacier Jacket - Women's
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Jackson Glacier Jacket - Women's by Patagonia
Patagonia's new Jackson Glacier jacket blends lifestyle looks with technical features for stylish outerwear built to keep you comfortable. With 700-fill down and DWR treated shell, this puffy can handle whatever adventures your winter may hold. From ski-resort hopping to shopping downtown, this jacket traps body heat and repels light precipitation to keep you warm and dry. When flurries start to fall as you tour mountain town Main Street, zip-up and stay protected with a PU-coated waterproof zipper and bonded baffles that help repel unwanted moisture. Bundle up as temperatures drop in the insulated hood and snow cuffs that help trap core body heat and seal out the bitter cold. With high-volume jersey-lined, handwarmer pockets keep your fingers toasty and your phone on hand until you head back indoors for some fireside lounging at the lodge.

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SKU: PAT031W
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