Mountain Hardwear Glacier Guide Down Parka - Men's

Mountain Hardwear Glacier Guide Down Parka - Men's
Mountain Hardwear Glacier Guide Down Parka - Men's
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Glacier Guide Down Parka - Men's by Mountain Hardwear
Whether you're trekking through arctic-like barren tundras or simply guiding friends through a negative degree blizzard to your favorite breakfast spot, let Mountain Hardwear's Glacier Guide Down Parka lead the way. Crafted for extreme conditions, this tenacious, windproof jacket presents itself as a formidable foe against Mother Nature's most crippling elements. The length hits you at mid-hip and covers all of your important organs, crown jewels, and good tidings. Built with the windproof AirShield technology and reinforced with a strategic, nylon ripstop fabric, this jacket has a locomotive 30D nylon textile in the body and a highly durable 140D nylon ripstop in the shoulders, arms, and waist, making it perfect for slinging a hefty pack or trolling around with a notoriously crotchety pallas cat. The 650-fill Q Shield Down insulation repels moisture while the baffle construction and adjustable, zip-off hood, provides maximum warmth and loft.

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