Swing Free Sherpa Jacket

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Color: Navy

The Sherpa you can swing in. This community favorite won't make you better at golf, it'll just make you better at enjoying golf when it's 29° degrees out for your 7:50am tee time.


  • Sherpa fleece designed to keep you warmed up for your whole round
  • Ribbed panels under the arm that STREEEEEEETCH so you can swing free
  • Interchangeable zipper pulls in contrasting colors
  • Navy Sherpa features water resistant microsuede pockets and elbow blocking
  • Grey Sherpa features water resistant ripstop nylon pockets and elbow blocking
  • Between sizes? We recommend choosing the smaller one.
Nate is 5'11 and wears size M Size Guide

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First time golfing in cold weather and this thing is awesome. Moved from Phoenix to Chicago and this will keep me playing until the snow falls and I can’t play anymore.

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