Arc'teryx Firebee AR Down Parka - Men's

Arc'teryx Firebee AR Down Parka - Men's
Arc'teryx Firebee AR Down Parka - Men's
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Firebee AR Down Parka - Men's by Arc'teryx
Whether you're climbing snow-capped volcanoes in the Pacific Northwest or backcountry skiing along the Chic Choc Mountains of Quebec, the Arc'teryx Men's Firebee AR Down Parka keeps you comfortable during cold-weather activities with its high-loft insulation, lightweight construction, and weather-resistant protection. Using Gore's newest Thermium membrane, the Firebee AR Down Parka sheds oncoming rain and snow showers while completely blocking out oncoming wind and preventing it from stealing precious body heat. Perhaps most impressive for fast-moving athletes, the Thermium membrane is fully breathable when you're moving fast up mountains or pushing demanding routes of rock and ice. Filled with 8-ounces of 850-fill European grey goose down, the Firebee AR Down Parka keeps you pleasantly warm in sub-freezing temperatures, without holding you back with excess bulk on light-and-fast adventures. The pleat-constructed liner separates the goose down from the outer shell, preventing oncoming rain, sleet, and snow from compromising the its heat-trapping loft. And to seal out raging winds and oncoming snow, the StormHood cinches over your hat or helmet with its integrated Coheasive adjustments.

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