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  • Howler Sea Breacher Jacket

Howler Sea Breacher Jacket

$99.00
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For outdoor enthusiasts or the casual neighborhood hang out, the Howler Sea Breacher Jacket keeps you looking and feeling good for all seasons.

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The Howler Seabreacher Jacket is lightweight, windbreaker that just oozes with style.  A great 4-season piece, it easily protects you from wind and acts as a thin insulating layer or great layering piece.  This a piece for people on the move whether it be a summer run, hike bike or just hanging around the water when things cool off a just a bit.  Its constructed of 100% Nylon while also featuring a DWR resistant coating, which certainly comes in handy if a brief rain shower comes out of nowhere.  Leather fobs on the hood drawstrings make the hood fully adjustable, either wearing a hat or directly on your chrome dome.  For aerobic sports like running or biking, once you start working up a sweat you can dump heat with pit zips underneath the arms and control your body regulation, so you don’t overheat.  An adjustable bungee cord at the waist lets you cinch things for a tighter fit when you need it or let it all the way out and get a little loosie goosy.   Zippered front pockets as well as a stash picket on the lower back enable you store all of your key essentials like your wallet, car keys and cell phone.  For outdoor enthusiasts or the casual neighborhood hang out, the Howler Seabreacher Jacket keeps you looking and feeling good for all seasons. 

Features:

Materials: 100% nylon

Zippered front patch pockets

Zippered stash pocket at lower back

Leather fobs on hood drawstrings

Underarm eyelets for ventilation

Adjustable bungee cord at waist

Elastic cuffs 

Regular fit

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