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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Kuhl's Spy Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Men's Kuhl Spy Sweater is an undercover hit from Kuhl Clothing. Keeps you warm and comfortable will double plated boiled merino wool. A zip and button front closure gives you multiple style and comfort options. Kuhl metal bar buttons will last forever and look great. Two hand pockets and two chest pockets are perfect for stashing all your spy gadgets on the go. The high ribbed collar can flare out for style or zip up for warmth. Kuhl triple washing eliminates piling . Perfect for an international man of mystery or a more casual travel, the Spy Sweater was an instant Kuhl classic. Materials: 100 percent double plated boiled merino wool. Available colors: Black, Smoke

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Spies known for their acute senses fast reactions and impeccable styling have to perform their mission successfully Merino Wool is the secret agent in this fashionable and functional sweater that gets the job done with aplombFeaturesbull 100 Double plated boiled Merino Wool for temperature regulation and excellent wicking properties Warm Strong No itchbull Zip and button front for multiple style optionsbull Contrast flat lock stitching for increased strength reduced bulk and comfortbull Two button chest pocketsbull Two welt hand pocketsbull High ribbed collarbull Follow care instructions on label

- Bentgate.com

Kuhl Spy Jacket


The Kuhl Spy Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 8, 2013 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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