ExOfficio Persian Fleece Vest

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit ExOfficio's Persian Fleece Vest page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Free Shipping. ExOfficio Women's Persian Fleece Vest FEATURES of the ExOfficio Women's Persian Fleece Vest Tailored feminine fit Zipper closure with asymmetrical collar Security zipper pocket Flatlock stitching with raw edges Tagless label for added comfort(Heat Transfer) High warmth to weight ratio SPECIFICATIONS of the ExOfficio Women's Persian Fleece Vest Heathered Fleece 100% Polyester Length: 26in.

- Moosejaw

Stay stylish and cozy with the Persian Fleece Coat. Featuring raw edging, flat locked stitching, and heathered fleece with a soft interior, the Persian feels and looks great. The asymmetrical collar gives a fun, modern look and the hidden security zip pocket holds your small essentials.

- ExOfficio

An asymmetrical collar and luxurious fleece give the women's ExOfficio Persian Fleece Vest stylish comfort for travel and outdoor activities on chilly days.


Be warned: the supersoft and plush ExOfficio Women's Persian Fleece Jacket feels so good to the touch that you may find yourself the object of hugs and cuddles everywhere you go. Or with its asymmetrical design that converts to a blazer and tailored feminine fit, perhaps it's the sharp, stylie look that just makes people want a piece of you. Either way, don't take it personally.

- Backcountry.com

ExOfficio Persian Fleece Vest


The ExOfficio Persian Fleece Vest is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 17, 2015 at Moosejaw.

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