Nau Succinct Trench Coat
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Free Shipping. Nau Women's Succinct Trench FEATURES of the Nau Women's Succinct Trench Seam sealed Snap covered 2-way DWR front zip with wind flap Zip-off hood with 1-way drawcord 2 front hand zip pockets and 1 hidden chest zip pocket Adjustable snap cuffs Adjustable waist Lined sleeves and torso SPECIFICATIONS of the Nau Women's Succinct Trench Regular fit Center Back Length: 35 1/2in. Weight: 1 lb 1.6 oz / 498.95 g Shell: 2.5 Layer light weight waterproof breathable laminate using 100% recycled poly in a subtle yarn dye plaid pattern, (155 gms/m2) DWR finish for water repellency 1/2 Lining: A blend of recycled and conventional poly textured woven with subtle stripe
This comfortable, fitted sleeveless is an everyday tank designed to move with the body. With a flattering V-neck and supportive, wide back straps, this sexy piece is an ideal pull-on every time, everywhere.
With fully taped seams, waterproof fabric and a zip-off hood, the Nau Succinct Trench jacket is ready for Mother Nature's unpredictable antics. 2.5-layer recycled polyester fabric offers waterproof, breathable storm-level protection; also treated with a Durable Water Repellent finish to resist moisture and stains. Fully taped seams and snap-covered waterproof front zipper with wind flap ensure the Succinct Trench jacket keeps you dry. Torso and sleeves are lined with a soft polyester taffeta for easy layering. Drawcord hood can be zipped off if the sun peeks out. 2 front zippered pockets and 1 concealed zippered chest pocket. Adjustable snap cuffs and adjustable waistband. Athletic, close-fitting cut aids warmth without inhibiting movement.
The NAU Women's Succinct Trench Coat protects you from nasty storms with its high-tech materials, and it protects you from looking nasty with its high-fashion style. The asymmetrical closure sweeps from the dramatically strong collar to the hem, and the thoughtfully shaped cuffs add a modern touch. This jacket is tough enough to handle both mountain storms and urban judgement.