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Insulated Warm Hooded Puffer Down Jacket

Insulated Warm Hooded Puffer Down Jacket

Regular price $149.99
Regular price Sale price $149.99
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This fashionable down coat has a drawcord-adjustable hood, a front with metal zipper closure, 2 diagonal pockets plus velvet and 1 inner zipper pocket, and ribbed knit cuffs, make this coat more functional, and make you look more energetic and stylish. Perfect for daily wear, school, vacation, work, and the street, and also great for office or outdoor.


  • Shell: 90% Polyester, 10% Spandex
  • Lining: 100% Polyester
  • Filler: 90% White Duck Down,10% Feathers

Machine Wash&Hand Wash

  • Imported

Product Details

  • Drawcord-adjustable hood
  • Metal zipper closure
  • 2 diagonal pockets plus velvet
  • 1 inner zipper pocket



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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Super warm

Really warm and fits well, although not with a bulky sweater underneath. Depending on the weather, however, you may not even need that. It’s a great coat.

Adrian A. Durlester
Great Coat-But I Don't Understand Why A Coat Sold as a Men's Jacket has the Zipper on the Left Side

I love most things about this coat except one that I am struggling with. Yes, I understand that left or right opening Zippers is ultimately a personal choice, but at my age, 67 years of zipping open and closed men's coats with zippers on the right is the norm. This left-sided zipper drives me crazy. Again, I realize the right-men's/left-women's button/zipper/wait-closure thing is merely a tradition that probably has its roots in all sorts of negative things like sexism, considering "lefties" to be somehow lesser or weaker, and the like. I realize, too, that women have probably had more difficulty more often than men when it comes to which side the zipper is on. But please, Orolay, if you;re going to market this as a "men's jacket" you shouldthen specify that it is "left-opening" or simply sell it as "unisex-left opening" rather than men's or women's. I'll keep trying to get used to zipping it closed the opposite way from a lifetime of habit because I think it's a great jacket. But in the end I may have to give up trying. The return window is fast closing in on me, and the serious winter isn't here yet.