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Aylsham Windblock Fleece – Navy

£102.27(inc. VAT)

Be prepared for any weather this season with the men’s Alan Paine Aylsham Windblock Fleece in Dark Navy, this waterproof and breathable fleece means you can enjoy the outdoors no matter what the weather brings. Tailored to a classic fit for added comfort and wearability, as well as back waist adjusters so this fleece as be adjusted for a fit to suit you. The elasticated cuff helps keep the colder and wet weather out, finishing this fleece with contrasting colour piping and outside collar for added style and attention to detail.

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Be prepared for any weather this season with the men’s Alan Paine Aylsham Windblock Fleece in Dark Navy, this waterproof and breathable fleece means you can enjoy the outdoors no matter what the weather brings. Tailored to a classic fit for added comfort and wearability, as well as back waist adjusters so this fleece as be adjusted for a fit to suit you. The elasticated cuff helps keep the colder and wet weather out, finishing this fleece with contrasting colour piping and outside collar for added style and attention to detail.

  • Regular Fit
  • Waterproof In Moderate To Heavy Rain
  • Wind Block Lining
  • Centre Front Zipper
  • Adjustable Waist
  • Two Zipped Pockets
  • Faux Suede Under Collar
  • Elasticated Cuffs
  • Breathable Materials
  • 100% Polyester
  • Machine Washable

Like the Aylsham Windblock Fleece? Find our full range of Alan Paine clothing here.

The Alan Paine brand was established in the historic market town of Godalming in Surrey, England in 1907. Wool and knitting industries were important sources of income in the area over a number of centuries. Evidence of this survives in the town’s emblem – a woolsack – which is still in official use today and was included in the Alan Paine crest through the years.

In 2009 Alan Paine launched its country wear collection featuring stylish tweeds, performance waterproofs, versatile fleeces, quilts, knitwear and accessories.

Learn more about Alan Paine’s heritage here.