Stutterheim Mosebacke Jacket - Women's

Stutterheim Mosebacke Jacket - Women's
Stutterheim Mosebacke Jacket - Women's
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Mosebacke Jacket - Women's by Stutterheim
Wear the Stutterheim Women's Mosebacke Jacket and transport yourself to quaint fishing villages and cottages by the sea. Its rubberized cotton material offers rugged, waterproof protection from deluges and gusty storms, and the double welded seams add long-lasting durability. The snap closure makes it easy to get the jacket on and off as you transition from rainy streets into quiet cafes, and the drawcord hood keeps your face protected from the rain and wind when you have to go back out into the storm. An A-line cut provides a stylish, flowing aesthetic to this classic piece, while the mid-thigh length adds extra coverage from the weather.

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SKU: SUH000C
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