Mountain Hardwear Downtown Down Coat - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Downtown Down Coat - Women's
$299.95
Downtown Down Coat - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
Price subject to change | SKU: MHW00K0

Mountain Hardwear Downtown Down Coat - Women's

Escape the occasionally capricious city and flee to friendlier, snow-capped yurts with Mountain Hardwear's Downtown Down Coat. When you're engulfed in weather evocative of Winter Storm Linus and the city traffic hums melodies reminiscent of deep mountain bluegrass, it's easy to pine after cozy, fire-heated cottages and warm, savory beef stews. Let the Downtown Coat be your Norwegian cast iron stove, fresh baked bread, and warm, mulled wine, all wrapped up in one, comfy coat. Boasting a hyper-unique and highly efficient technology, this jacket is built with the uniquely fortified Q. Shield Down, which flips the atrophy of down on its head and glazes each feather with a water repellent coating--making it ideal for those peskily-damp New England stormfronts that have a knack for chilling you to the bone. The 30D quilted nylon fabric, internal high-loft fleece backing, and 650 fill down repels wind and moisture while simultaneously keeping you snug as a bug in a snowstorm swathed rug. The removable faux-fur hood lining gives this jacket a little bit of extra luxurious, subtle flair without looking overtly pretentious.

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