Houdini Spheric Insulated Parka - Men's

Houdini Spheric Insulated Parka - Men's
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Spheric Insulated Parka - Men's by Houdini
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Houdini Spheric Insulated Parka - Men's

Houdini Sportswear designs functional outerwear without the harmful impact of fluorocarbon-derived waterproofing solutions. Staying true to this sustainable ethos, the Houdini Men's Spheric Insulated Parka features a fully recycled Spheric 2-layer shell that's surprisingly soft and stretchy for uncompromising wintertime comfort. The Spheric Parka is equally adapted to frigid morning commutes and powdery mornings at the ski resort, thanks to its longer drape and fully waterproof construction. The Atmos membrane makes the Spheric Parka fully waterproof through raging snowstorms and rain showers--all without the fluorocarbon-sourced materials of standard winter jackets. Fully taped seams prevent moisture from seeping through the jacket's tiniest openings, meaning you'll stay pleasantly dry. Another big feature is the PFOA-free DWR treatment, which eliminates toxic byproducts deposited into the local ecosystem from fluorocarbon-based water repellents. Lofty PrimaLoft Silver fibers maintain core warmth in shivering-cold conditions. This recycled polyester insulation provides high-loft warmth, but without losing its heat-trapping performance in damp conditions like down insulation. The Spheric Parka's Storm hood seals out gale-force winds with its two-way adjustment of height and depth. Another helpful feature for keeping out the elements, wrist gaiters prevent snow and chilling air from sneaking inside.

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