Bellwether Convertible Jackets/Vests

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MSRP : $100.00

Product Description

Covering the need to have both a jacket and vest in one. Outstanding quality and value in a piece which converts instantly from jacket to vest. Tightly woven EXO-Grid fabric makes this jacket durable, windproof and water repellent while maintaining grea

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