UBR Black Storm Coat II - Men's

UBR Black Storm Coat II - Men's
UBR Black Storm Coat II - Men's
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Black Storm Coat II - Men's by UBR
Designed to cater to your on-the-go work week and equally as busy personal life, the UBR Men's Black Storm Coat II offers a sleek, timeless look, combined with the ultimate in warmth and waterproof protection. Moreover, the Black Storm Coat II was directly inspired by Norway's ice cold winters, and consequently it is UBR's goal is to help you travel light, stay warm, and look sharp. Getting down to the nitty-gritty, this jacket features laminated waterproof, breathable membrane for protection against foul weather, while the ultra-warm, low-weight removable PrimaLoft liner offers versatile comfort when you need it most. The snapped hood easily detaches and reattaches, and the insulation removes via magnetized attachment points, making for a jacket that is extremely versatile in both looks and function and ready for year-round use. Not to mention, welded reinforcements and waterproof zippers ensure that you stay dry no matter the weather.

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SKU: UBR000I
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