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Cremieux Highland Peaks Collection Elbow-Patch Herringbone Jacket

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Cremieux Highland Peaks Collection Elbow-Patch Herringbone Jacket

      Cremieux Highland Peaks Collection Elbow-Patch Herringbone Jacket

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      Cremieux Highland Peaks Collection Elbow-Patch Herringbone Jacket
       
      4.2

      (based on 5 reviews)

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      Reviewed by 5 customers

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      2.0

      Would not purchase this again.

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      Comments about Cremieux Highland Peaks Collection Elbow-Patch Herringbone Jacket:

      I like the look but it is not as substantial as I thought it would be. More like a cardigan than a jacket.

       
      5.0

      LIKED WHAT I GOT

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      from undisclosed

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      Comments about Cremieux Highland Peaks Collection Elbow-Patch Herringbone Jacket:

      WAS GOOD VALUE

       
      4.0

      Nice look

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      Comments about Cremieux Highland Peaks Collection Elbow-Patch Herringbone Jacket:

      Not very warm but looks good.

       
      5.0

      Would recommend

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      Comments about Cremieux Highland Peaks Collection Elbow-Patch Herringbone Jacket:

      Gift, he liked the fit

       
      5.0

      I would suggest it.

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      from Cincinnati, OH

      Comments about Cremieux Highland Peaks Collection Elbow-Patch Herringbone Jacket:

      I wear it in cool to cold weather, zipped or unzipped. It looks nice, the materials are decent and keeps me warm enough. It, of course, is not insulated so you still need a coat if it gets below about 50 degrees outside. Overall it has a decent aesthetic and won't fall apart.

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