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Regatta TRA132 Ladies Defender III 3-In-1 Jacket - Navy/Black

Regatta TRA132 Ladies Defender III 3-In-1 Jacket - Navy/Black

Regatta Professional

Waterproof Hydrafort 5000 peached polyester fabric. Mesh lined body. Windproof fabric. Taped seams. Inner Fabric Information. 220 series anti-pill Symmetry fleece. Concealed hood with adjuster. Stormflap with hook and loop. Adjustable cuffs. 2 zipped lower pockets. Adjustable shockcord hem. Concealed zip entrance in lining for embroidery access. 2 zipped lower pockets. Adjustable shockcord hem. Shaped fit. Colour: Navy/Black

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Regatta TRA132 Ladies Defender III 3-In-1 Jacket - Navy/Black

Waterproof Hydrafort 5000 peached polyester fabric. Mesh lined body. Windproof fabric. Taped seams. Inner Fabric Information. 220 series anti-pill Symmetry fleece. Concealed hood with adjuster. Stormflap with hook and loop. Adjustable cuffs. 2 zipped lower pockets. Adjustable shockcord hem. Concealed zip entrance in lining for embroidery access. 2 zipped lower pockets. Adjustable shockcord hem. Shaped fit. Colour: Navy/Black

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Manufacturer Regatta
Manufacturer Code TRA132-B

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