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More than half of the U.S. mountain peaks over 14,000 (fourteeners) are located in Colorado the very climate and terrain which inspired this weather-ready jacket. The thick shearling pile is lined with a lightweight, wind-resistant taffeta to keep you light on your feet as you ascend through the crags and scree fields. Stretch canvas reinforcements accessorize perfectly with your Camber 107s. 1-handed drawcord hem. 3 pockets. Easy-glide sleeves. Relaxed fit.
- 3 pockets
- 1-handed drawcord hem
- Wind-resistant taffeta drop lining
- Easy-glide sleeves
- Stretch canvas trim details
- Canvas reinforced elbow patches
- 11.2oz 100% Polyester Faux Shearling |Lining Fabric: 100% Polyester Taffeta | Trim Fabric: 8.7oz 98% Cotton, 2% Spandex Canvas Weave
- catalog reference #: 359
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Nice looking jacket!
Very nice and warm. Purchased for my college age son to wear at school in Colorado and he loves it.Leigh Ann Butcher | January 17, 2018
This jackey is super wram!
I wear this jacket as my second layer while skiing with a water proof layer on the outside and this Jacket cuts the wind like no one's business on Colorado's cold slopes. I would recommend this jacket to anyone who is looking for a functional jacket to ski, snow mobile, or just take the dogs for a walk on a cold winter day.Lucas Stanley | January 3, 2018
Great Mid or Outer Layer!
Very warm, wind resistant and looks good. My wife loves how cozy it is too (and wants one of her own). Very functional.William Mayer | January 2, 2018
Very versatile fleece!
It’s able to function under everything I do through out the day. Keeps me warm without thinking about it.Zach | December 20, 2017
Great jacket for that warm western look and any activity!
Very warm. Love the zip up pockets. Good placement and size. I've had other coats that had the pockets placed poorly and my cell phone and keys would often fall out. I like the look. It's the closest functional coat I've seen yet to that sweet fur coat that Vin Diesel wore in XXX.Dr. David Powers | December 11, 2017