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Back in the 1960s, the Canadian military developed outerwear for its airborne regiments using a tightly woven nylon that could wick away moisture and keep winds at bay. It's designed with a classic cut, angled chest pockets (originally designed to accommodate clips for rifles) and an interior drawcord at the waist. Consider it a polished alternative to the windbreaker you wore in high school. Nylon/cotton. Button-tab collar. Shoulder epaulets. Underarm eyelet vents. Interior drawstring at waist. Slant pockets, interior pocket. Functional buttons at cuffs. Machine wash. Color: black

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