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Distinctions in fleece quality far from fuzzy

Anna Lockmer of REI demonstrates the features of a fleece garment. Inexpensive fleeces from discount stores don't have the workmanship or features of higher-priced clothing, she says. Anna Lockmer of REI demonstrates the features of a fleece garment. Inexpensive fleeces from discount stores don't have the workmanship or features of higher-priced clothing, she says. (Jonathan Wiggs/ Globe Staff)
By Kate M. Jackson
Globe Correspondent / January 28, 2007

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We are a nation ensconced in fleece. Whether you're an Iditarod sled dog racer or a suburbanite having lunch at Panera Bread , fleece has become a wardrobe staple. (Full article: 587 words)

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