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    Designer Black Moncler Grenoble Woemn's Comfortable Beverly Jacket AB47299

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    Designer Black Moncler Grenoble Woemn's Comfortable Beverly Jacket AB47299
    Designer Black Moncler Grenoble Woemn's Comfortable Beverly Jacket AB47299


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    Designer Black Moncler Grenoble Woemn's Comfortable Beverly Jacket AB47299
    Timeless down-filled baffle quilts and luxuriously warm fur trim present a chalet-chic look in the Beverly Jacket from Moncler Grenoble. The water repellent shell, elasticized powder skirt, stretch thumbhole cuffs and dual front closure add technicality. A signature logo patch accents the upper left sleeve and the belted waist.
    · Fabric: 100% Polyamide
    · Insulation: 90% Down | 10% Feathers
    · Genuine fur trim at hood
    · Two-way front zip inner with snap button placket
    · Stretch thumbhole cuffs
    · Belted waist | Elasticized powder skirt
    · Front zip pockets | Pass pocket | Interior pocket
    · Signature logo patch



    Fur

    Leather with the hair retained for its insulating properties. It is soft, lightweight and a natural insulator.

    Water Repellent

    Able to resist getting soaked by water. Good water repellent fabrics will cause water to bead up on the surface.

    Down Insulation

    Down is a natural insulator with a high warmth-to-weight ratio. It is produced from a layer of fine feathers found under the tougher exterior feathers of ducks or geese. Down offers excellent thermal properties, has good lofting characteristics and traps small pockets of air efficiently, which creates a thermal barrier. Down insulation is rated by fill power, measured as the number of cubic inches displaced by a given ounce of down (in³/oz). Higher fill-power down will insulate better than lower fill-power down of the same weight.