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This Bomber Jacket With Stunning Sherpa Details Is on Sale for Just $50

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Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.Sometimes, we suffer from skepticism when we see pieces that are majorly marked-down.

We’re not alone — this is common for many shoppers who love browsing for deals online. Naturally, we wonder if there’s some kind of defect that drove the price down — or if there’s simply a surplus of stock to get rid of.But in some cases, you just have to take a chance — which is what we’re doing by picking up this bomber jacket from Cyn & Luca!

We found it at Walmart and were instantly intrigued by the sale price — it’s nearly 75% off! After reading testimonials from reviewers, we’re far more confident about this purchase for the harsh winter months.Get the Cyn & Luca Women’s Sustainable Bomber Jacket with Sherpa Trim (originally $198) on sale for just $50 at Walmart!Bomber jackets are typically thinner than this one, but we adore the extra warmth that the puffer-style lends this coat!

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