Arc'teryx Sylva Parka - Women's

Arc'teryx Sylva Parka - Women's
Arc'teryx Sylva Parka - Women's
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Sylva Parka - Women's by Arc'teryx
The weather's nasty, but you still need to get to work, to the concert, or to your sightseeing rendezvous point. Slide on the Arc'teryx Women's Sylva Parka and head out the door. You won't even feel the breeze thanks to the parka's WindStopper fabric. And those tiny raindrops aren't a problem due to the fabric's DWR finish. The smooth Coreline lining slides over your office or travel attire with ease, and it traps all the toasty warmth that 140g Coreloft insulation has to offer. Which is a lot, because Arc'teryx designed the insulation with a laminated construction (non-quilted) that rids any cold spots from your head to your thighs. The Sylva has a women-specific design and fit that keep it sleek for city wear, and gusseted underarms that mean you can hail a cab or comfortably take travel photos without the whole jacket bunching up. Its hood provides the same lofty warmth your body gets, and you can cinch it down tightly on blustery days. The laminated brim keeps water from dripping down your face.

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SKU: ARC3619
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