Rookie Military Jacket

USD $99.00
Colour: desert green

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Superdry Rookie Military Jacket Green
  • Superdry Rookie Military Jacket Green
  • Superdry Rookie Military Jacket Green
  • Superdry Rookie Military Jacket Green
  • Superdry Rookie Military Jacket Green
  • Superdry Rookie Military Jacket Green
  • Superdry Rookie Military Jacket Green
  • Superdry Rookie Military Jacket Green
Description Size & Spec Delivery & Returns

Superdry women's Rookie military jacket. With inspiration taken from classic military styling, the Rookie military jacket is a lightweight jacket in vintage finish cotton featuring six front pockets, zip and popper fastening and popper cuffs. Inside, the jacket is lined with a drawcord adjuster and single inside pocket. The Rookie military jacket is finished with a Superdry logo patch on the front pocket and a Superdry union flag logo patch on the sleeve.

Country of origin: Sri Lanka

Size

 

One size

Materials & Fabrics

Colour: Desert Green
Material: cotton 100%

Cleaning & Care

Wash: machine wash - cold (30°C)
Bleach: do not bleach
Dry: do not tumble dry
Iron: iron - low
Dry clean: do not dry clean

Item Code 2082217000027

Delivery

Orders

Weekday (Monday – Friday) orders placed before 4pm will be despatched the same day, all orders placed after 4pm will be despatched the next working day. All weekend orders will be despatched on a Monday (except Bank Holidays).

All North American orders are delivered Monday - Friday

North America:

2 days after despatch.FREE

European:

Within 2 working days. FREE

For more details of delivery dates and costs please see the delivery section

Returns

Please return your item(s) to us along with a completed returns form.

Please ensure items are in their original condition. For more info, please see our returns policy.

Please note due to hygiene reasons, we are unable to offer an exchange or refund on underwear/swimwear/cosmetics, unless they are sealed in their original packaging. This does not affect your statutory rights.

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