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N-3B Military Style Winter Snorkel Parka - Black, Sage or Navy

N-3B Military Style Winter Snorkel Parka - Black, Sage or Navy

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Ultra Force Military N-3B Winter Snorkel Parka

When the winter chill comes, make sure you stay warm for work or play with this military inspired winter parka. The Military N-3B Snorkel Parka is a great way to beat the cold thanks to the water resistant nylon shell and heavyweight poly fiber fill insulation. With this rugged construction, this winter coat is sure to keep you warm all winter long This military coat is designed with a draw string hood complete with synthetic coyote fur trim that is warm and comfortable. For convenience, this military parka comes with a four front pockets and handy sleeve pockets. Don't let the cold keep you down, order this N-3B Winter Parka Military Jacket online today! Available in black, sage, or navy blue.

Military N-3B Winter Coat Features:

  • Water repellent
  • Nylon shell and lining with drawstring hood
  • Synthetic coyote fur trim
  • Heavy weight poly fiber fill
  • 4 front pockets
  • Sleeve pockets
  • Colors: Black, Sage Green or Navy Blue
  • Sizes: Small to 3XL

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