Here On Lake Huron

Ladies Scoop-Neck Light Fleece in Carbon

Sale price Price $48.95 Regular price $48.95 Unit price  per 

Lightweight and comfortable, we’ve got the perfect ladies fleece that’ll be your go-to for everything from beautiful sunny days to peaceful evening strolls. Featuring a contemporary slim fit, this cotton-polyester fleece blend fleece will make for a great addition to any Lake Huron lover's wardrobe. 

  • 6.5oz (220 gm) cotton/polyester blend fleece
  • Split stitch double needle sewing
  • Ribbing at cuffs & waistband
  • Rib capped neckline
  • Slim fit

Size Chart:

 Size Body Length (IN) Chest Width (IN) Sleeve Length (IN)
 Extra Small (XS) 23.5 18 28.75
 Small (S) 24.5
19 29.75
 Medium (M) 25.5
20 30.75
 Large (L) 26.5 21 31.75
 Extra Large (XL) 27.5 22 32.75
 Double XL (2X) 28.5 23 33.75


Did you know…

When you purchase a product from Here on Lake Huron, 10% of the purchase gets donated to charity. That’s 10% of the listed product price. How awesome is that? What’s even better? You get to choose which charity you’d like the funds to be gifted to. We currently have four charities that are near and dear to our hearts. At checkout, just let us know which charity you’ve picked. Please choose from one of the following charities:

Current Charities:

  1. The Indian Residential School Survivor Society - The IRSSS provides essential services to Residential School Survivors, their families and those dealing with intergenerational traumas.
  2. The Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation - also known as the voice of Lake Huron. A non-government charity that strives to protect and restore Lake Huron’s coastal environment, and supports its coastal ecosystem through education, restoration and research projects. 
  3. Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance - comprised of four local hospitals (St. Marys, Clinton, Seaforth and Stratford).
  4. Black Health Alliance - a community-led charity working to improve the health and well-being of Black communities in Canada.
  5. Stratford Festival - founded in 1953, the Stratford Festival is North America’s largest classical repertory theatre company and is currently closed due to COVID.