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Yellowstone Lee Dutton Brown Cotton Jacket

Yellowstone Lee Dutton Brown Cotton Jacket
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Yellowstone Lee Dutton Brown Cotton Jacket
$119.99
$220.00
Ex Tax: $119.99
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: Ish-053

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Yellowstone Lee Dutton Brown Cotton Jacket

We should choose clothes that enhance us. We often follow up on the celebrity, musician, singer, and actor or the fictional character of any drama or film. We think that the outfit they wear, are perfect and their style looks good. The Yellowstone Lee Dutton Brown Jacket is also an inspiration from a fictional character Lee Dutton. When a character or an actor wore any costume it becomes famous. The Yellowstone is a western series drama in which the jacket was worn by an American actor Dave Annable portraying the character Lee Dutton. Lee Dutton is the oldest son of John Dutton among two brothers and one sister. He supervises his father biggest the ranch Yellowstone in the United States of America. He lost his mother when he was too young. The Dave Annable Lee Dutton Brown Jacket is made up of cotton fabric. It has a shirt style collar, front opening style with a buttoned closure, full sleeves with button cuffs, four pockets at the front sides, and two inner side pockets. It is perfect when you want a light weighted outer layer. It provides a variety of styles. After buying the jacket you will surely see the versatility of the Jacket and you will be amazed.

    Jacket Features:

    • Inspired by: Dave Annable
    • External Material: Cotton Fabric
    • Inner: Viscose
    • Front: Buttond Closure
    • Collar: Shirt Style
    • Color: Brown
    • Pockets: Four at Front and Two Inside
    • Sleeves: Long Sleeves with Buttoned Cuffs

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