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Duckworth - Woolcloud Insulated Vest - Men's

Duckworth Woolcloud Insulated Vest - Men's

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Tech Specs

Material:
100% polyester
Insulation:
WoolCloud (50% wool, 30% merino, 20% PET)
Fit:
regular
Length:
hip
Pockets:
2 hand, 1 interior drop-in
Recommended Use:
casual

Woolcloud Insulated Vest

By the time you get home from work, the dogs are practically tearing down the door to get outside. So, slip on the Duckworth Men's Woolcloud Insulated Vest and take them to the end of the road where they can run free. The durable shell is filled with Duckworth's WoolCloud insulation, which is a highly breathable, temperature-regulating blend of wool, merino wool, and recycled polyester. The low-profile design of this vest makes it a versatile layering piece, which can be worn over a long-sleeved tee or layered under a rain shell when the weather is soggy.

  • An insulated vest for cool weather layering
  • Durable and soft shell material
  • WoolCloud insulation for lightweight, breathable warmth
  • Regular fit with a low profile for easy layering

Great for layering

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium

I bought this near the end of a long winter, expecting to use it for the upcoming spring. It's been difficult to find a reason not to take it with me everywhere now, and it pretty much rides shotgun full time in my Jeep. It is very lightweight, and has no bulk or excess fabric/insulation. I've worn it alone on nicer days, and as a layer underneath a waterproof shell or under a fleece/sweatshirt knocking around town and out on fishing trips (works great under my chest waders). I stumbled across Duckworth products while searching for USA made wool gear, and am very glad I did.