Women’s Dri Duck Spring Jackets

As the weather is getting warmer, March is the perfect time to buy a new spring jacket. At Safety Girl’s online store, you can find an incredible selection of jackets that will keep you warm on chilly days but that are also durable to stand up to the hard work you do. Read on to learn more about Safety Girl’s selection of Dri Duck jackets for women.

The Women’s Dri Duck Canvas Hooded Cody Work Jacket is a great option for women looking for a mid-weight jacket that is designed for doing work. The jacket is durable, made from 12-ounce, 100% cotton, quarry washed, boulder canvas. A diamond quilted, brushed tricot lined body and hood keep you warm on chilly spring days. Rib knit cuffs and an elastic waistband also keep the cold air from slowing you down. The jacket also has style and convenience features, with articulated elbows and lots of pockets, including an inside cell phone pocket, and a heavy duty front zipper. This great jacket is available in sizes small through triple extra large in gravel, saddle and tobacco for just $59.99.

The Women’s Dri Duck Canvas with Corduroy Collar Bandit Jacket is a warm jacket that has great style, too. The Bandit jacket is also made of heavy duty 12-ounce, 100% cotton, quarry washed, boulder canvas for durability and the heavy weight quilted nylon lining and inside storm flap will keep you warm on cold days. The jacket is good-looking, too, with a corduroy collar, ribbed gator sleeve cuffs that also keep cold air out, a bi-swing back and drop tail. Order this great jacket today in sizes small through triple extra large in black or field khaki for just $57.50, a savings of nearly $20 off the list price!

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