Arc'teryx Patera Down Parka - Women's

Arc'teryx Patera Down Parka - Women's
Arc'teryx Patera Down Parka - Women's
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Patera Down Parka - Women's by Arc'teryx
Winter can seem endless when you're dealing with below freezing temperatures for days on end and the skies have been grey for what feels like months, but the Arc'teryx Women's Patera Down Parka is here to make the coldest months of the year more tolerable with a clean, elegant look and full-featured design that will combat bone-chilling temperatures. Utilizing what it calls a Down Contour Construction and Down Composite Mapping, Arc'teryx placed high-loft goose down insulation throughout the body and arms of the jacket for supreme warmth and comfort on the coldest days. Then, it placed crimped, siliconized Coreloft synthetic in areas prone to moisture so the Patera retains insulating properties if you start to work up a sweat. All of this techy warmth is then held in place by a waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex shell so you can be sure you'll stay dry whether you're navigating slushy city streets or taking a snowy evening walk with your dog.

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SKU: ARC00C3
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