66°North Esja Jacket


Fabric Polartec® Thermal Pro®

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On Sale. Free Shipping. 66North Women's Esja Jacket FEATURES of the 66North Women's Esja Jacket Filted jacket with contrast stitching and high collar Two zipped hand-warming pockets with laser-cut microfibre suede trim Moosejaw is the exclusive North American retailer of 66North clothing and outerwear. If only our weather was as awesome as Iceland's.

- Moosejaw

Slim fitting and great looking, the Esja Women's Jacket may be the ultimate in multi-purpose mid-layer jackets. Feel cozy in the Eslas turtle neck collar - dress it down with blue jeans or up with slacks. Every figure will find the fit of this jacket flattering. 66 North brings warm and fuzzy together with tough and durable in their equestrian style Esja womens jacket.

- CampSaver.com

CLOSEOUTS . What's not to like about 66and#176; North's Esja jacket? Polartecand#174; Thermal Proand#174; fabric is exceptionally breathable and insulating, lending lightweight warmth to a soft feel. Sweater-soft exterior features articulated elbows for unrestricted range of motion Full-length, two-way front zip Left zipper pull Zip hand pockets with microfiber suede trim Length: 23andquot; (based on medium) Weight: 11 oz. Fabric: Polyester Care: Machine wash, hang dry Classic Fit Made in Latvia Available Colors: BONE WHITE, TAN, ORANGE, SUNSET RED, RED, APPLE GREEN, MOCHA, HUNTER GREEN, BLACK. Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Icelanders wear this style of jacket on a chilly hike and then straight out to dinner, but you can wear the 66 North Iceland Women's Esja Fleece Jacket wherever you want. The Polartec Thermal Pro fabric provides lightweight warmth for a top layer on mild days and you can layer this jacket under a ski shell on wet winter slopes. The high collar and slim fit give this jacket extra warmth and high style so you won't look ultra tecked-out on the trail or downtown.

- Backcountry.com