The Lady Bug, from Kitanica, is the company’s first fleece jacket specifically designed to fit the contours of the female body. Built from 100-denier laminated polyester, with a DWR finish, the stylish but rugged Lady Bug is wind-, water- and abrasion-resistant. Articulated elbows enhance maneuverability, a cinchable waist and adjustable cuffs ensure proper fit, and four zippered, exterior pockets provide ample storage options. Available in women’s sizes 6 through 12, the Lady Bug is offered in Black, Purple or Atomic Blue (shown). Price: $169. Contact: Kitanica LLC; (510) 893-3014; kitanica.net.
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