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Hoggs of Fife Catrine Ladies Stretch Moleskin Jean

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Ladies moleskin jeans

Expected release date is 25th Oct 2021

The Hoggs of Fife Catrine ladies technical stretch moleskin jeans are designed to keep you snug and warm when the weather is chilly out there yet nice and cool on those hotter days!

The cut of these superb quality moleskin jeans gives them a contemporary look whilst offering a really comfortable fit at the same time.  Complete with a branded internal waistband and some very handy pockets, these jeans are simply great to wear for a whole range of different occasions and events.

For sure, these moleskin jeans will not disappoint!

Key features at a glance:

  • 98% cotton/2% elastane 340g moleskin
  • Teflon coated for strain resistance
  • Classic 5 pocket styling
  • Brass zip and rivet front closure
  • Branded internal waistband
  • Machine washable at 30 Centigrade

Sizes: 8-20

Leg Length: Short, Regular

Colours: Forest Green or Midnight Navy




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