Men's heated travel jacket, 'Rugged Roads' - Nylon Quilted Jacket with Battery Powered Heat Curate

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Rugged Roads Nylon Quilted Jacket with Battery Powered Heat

Whatever the weather, you'll stay snug in this quilted nylon walking jacket for... more

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Whatever the weather, you'll stay snug in this quilted nylon walking jacket for men. The jacket features multiple pockets and a unique secret--a rechargeable battery operated heat panel so you will stay warm without a heavy or bulky coat. The jacket features both a zip and snap front, adjustable snap cuffs, and a stand-up collar.

Thermoluxe Heat System's innovative technology actually warms up your coat from a power pack, providing a great alternative to heavy outerwear by keeping you warm without the bulkiness. There are 3 temperature settings: Red (reaches up to 120 degrees), White ( up to 110 degrees) and Blue (up to 100 degrees). The coat comes with a universal-use power bank rechargeable battery which can last from 2-6 hours depending on the temperature setting, and can also be used to charge your smartphone.

  • 100% nylon with recycled polyfill
  • Features a zipper closure
  • Features a snap closure
  • Batteries included
  • Free Gift Wrap? No
  • Premium Gift Wrap? No
  • Made in China.
  • Ships fast from USA.

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