The Very Warm Crosby Buffalo Plaid Jacket

Dec 3, 2018

Category: Style

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For the coldest of the cold, The Very Warm just dropped a buffalo plaid statement piece for the upcoming winter season. Part lumberjack flannel, part down jacket, and complete with Italian wool, this is certainly a desirable and style-forward piece of winter outerwear.

Dubbed the Crosby Jacket, this cocoon of warmth hosts a premium down fill and a stand collar to keep internal heat insulated and held within the jacket’s double closure and contrast gloss nylon puffer insert. On the exterior, durable nickel hardware keeps everything intact while storm knit cuffs remain at the ready to protect against frigid winds and an inner down filled collar offers up comfort you wouldn’t believe. Finally, the lining also boasts a unique artistic element thanks to a print of Gil Goren’s “Fresh Love” art piece printed on the Crosby’s interior. Available now.

Purchase: $495

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