Prana Dock Jacket - Men's

Prana Dock Jacket - Men's
Prana Dock Jacket - Men's
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Dock Jacket - Men's by Prana
Whether you're hanging seaside on a cool coastal morning or setting out on the hiking trail further inland, the Prana Dock Jacket will give you coverage and style when the temperatures are a bit on the low side. Made with a heavier organic cotton flannel fabric on the outside and lined with smooth nylon taffeta for easy layering, this warm shirt jacket is bound to be a staple of your everyday autumn wardrobe. The button-up styling allows for easy ventilation in case you get too hot while you're wandering local trails, and the dual chest pockets store everything from everyday items like keys and sunglasses to trail essentials like energy bars and maps.

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SKU: PRA01NM
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