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Burton Harvard Coat Roasted Brn Tnl Hrgbn - Womens

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Brn Tnl Hrgbn
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Specs

Type:
  • Lifestyle
Material: Yarn Dye Plaid
Insulation:
  • 20g
  • Polyester
Removable Liner:
  • No
Fit: Regular
Weight:
  • na
Venting:
  • No
Seams: No Taped Seams
Hood:
  • Hooded
Pockets: 2 handwarmer
Length: Long Cut
Recommended Use:
  • Casual
  • Streetwear
  • Winter Wear
  • Casual Winter Wear
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Harvard Coat Roasted Brn Tnl Hrgbn - Womens

Add some spice to your winter coat with the Burton Harvard Coat. The Burton Harvard Coat is an elegant coat that provides both warmth and style. It features a stripe design throughout, a hood, pocket and hardware detail. This Burton Harvard Coat is decorated with antique style hardware at the buttons, instantly adding class to the look. Be different and rock this coat with style and confidence all winter long.

Discontinued Colors

Harvard


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my wife likes it
Rick W. B on Nov 27, 2013
I wanted a nice looking coat that would keep me warm.
Jeanie M on Oct 21, 2013
Is the jacket water proof for everyday casual snow wear?
Meredith W on Jan 14, 2014
Best Answer: No, it's not waterproof.
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The most important question for a jacket: Is it warm?? They classify it as a winter jacket but a winter of which climate? Will I survive -20 in it?
A shopper on Oct 2, 2013
Best Answer: So I just recently purchased this, and I think it's really warm, warmer than my other coats, but I don't know about how it will feel in -20 degree weather. I'm from the south and rarely experience anything below freezing, but it's not something I'm not familiar with. Ostensibly you're going to be layering up underneath this, and I think this coat will probably be enough insulation with the layers to take on freezing temps. I hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Jeanie M on Oct 9, 2013
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