The North Face Dunraven Sherpa Crop Jacket - Women's

The North Face Dunraven Sherpa Crop Jacket - Women's
The North Face Dunraven Sherpa Crop Jacket - Women's
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Dunraven Sherpa Crop Jacket - Women's by The North Face
Just as stately as its name suggests, the Dunraven Sherpa jacket's funnel-neck collar and cropped cut brings elevated style to your cold-weather wardrobe. Made from polyester fleece this chic jacket offers plush warmth without sacrificing a fashionable silhouette. The short cropped hem and angular seams afford classic appeal for a flattering fit. The relaxed shape framed by elastic-bound cuffs, collar, and hem offer laid-back, reliable warmth for wherever your weekend wandering takes you.

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