Navigator

Navy

Navigator

5 out of 5 (Based on 3 reviews)
$84.99 — $94.99 List Price
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Description

This essential jacket is made with a sturdy, water-repellent nylon ottoman that resists wear and tear. It’s fully lined with warm polar fleece, and the collar is rolled for extra protection from the cold. Cut for full-mobility, it has a bi-swing back for freedom of movement. No matter the terrain, weather or work, the Navigator is engineered to remain an indispensable all-purpose jacket in your collection. 

Details

  • 100% nylon ottoman exterior
  • 100% polyester polar fleece lining and rolled collar for exceptional warmth
  • Tuff Tech™ abrasion-resistant technology that resists wear and tear
  • Water-resistant, DWR finish
  • Wind-resistant
  • Zippered chest pocket
  • Metal look zipper with easy-grab zipper pull
  • Bi-swing back for extended range of motion
  • Imported

Features

Bi Swing Back
Bi Swing Back
Water Resistant
Water Resistant
Tuff Tech™
Tuff Tech™
Wind Resistant
Wind Resistant

Reviews

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Customer Service

5/5
The jacket is well made and good for cooler wet weather. I had a small problem with a pocket and after speaking with Kaylee, this company means what they say regarding their guarantee !
Posted by Tom, Feb 7th 2020

Navigator

4/5
Good looking jacket, but runs a bit smaller than the other DRI-Duck coats I've purchased. Ordered an XL and found that it was a little more form fitting and tighter across the shoulders. Still wearable, but if you're someone that bounces between two sizes, you'll want to go with the larger.
Posted by Joseph Heier, Mar 30th 2019

Great for what I got it for.

5/5
I work in Northern Colorado where the wind blows all the time. I’m always in and out of the shop as a mechanic grabbing trucks and what not. It’s great at blocking the cold wind and keeping me warm while I’m outside for a bit. I bought this jacket solely for work. It takes a great beating too.
Posted by Marcus Signorello, Mar 21st 2019