Dickies Dickies TZ39 Men's Insulated Duck Hood P4387945 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/DIC/DIC-TZ39.jpg Dickies TZ39 Men's Insulated Duck Hood 4387945 0.75lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Dickies TZ39 Men's Insulated Duck Hood

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Product Features

  • Duck, 100% Cotton Shell; Poly Fill, 100% Poly Gaitor
  • High Performance duck hood
  • Water repellent
  • Warm easy fit fleece gaitor neck for blocking cold
  • Bungee cord locks
  • Imported



Product Description

Manufacturer Part Number: TZ39

Water Repellent

Product Description

  • Duck, 100% Cotton Shell; Poly Fill, 100% Poly Gaitor
  • High Performance duck hood
  • Water repellent
  • Warm easy fit fleece gaitor neck for blocking cold
  • Bungee cord locks
  • Imported

The insulated duck hood from Dickies is a high performance and features a water repellent, easy fit gaitor neck for blocking out cold. Get it now & stay warm! High performance duck (up to 20% stronger) with an elasticized neck gaitor for easy fit. Fleece at the neck to block the cold. Water repellent finish, re-treat after washing. 10oz duck, 100% cotton/ 6oz poly fill, 100% poly gaitor.



Product Features

  • Bungee Cord Locks

  • Fleece Gaitor Neck

  • Interior Knit Bill


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