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Product description

This is a women's lightweight microfleece jacket delivers warmth without unnecessary bulk. Perfect alone or layered, it's a great value and it features clear coil zippers with dyed-to-match chain stitching and taping. (Grey chain stitching on White.) An anti-pill finish helps preserve a clean appearance.

7.5-ounce, 100% polyester microfleece

100% polyester tricot pockets

Non-zippered front pockets

Open cuffs and hem

Please note: The font for LPN will remain as pictured. You can pick the font style for the name.

Please Note: We don't accept returns or exchanges on personalized items. Once an item is embroidered it can't be changed in anyway. Please reference the size chart in the pictures before ordering. Please let us know if you have any questions regarding size or custom information. We are always happy to help in anyway. :-)

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