Mountain Hardwear Nitrous Hooded Down Parka - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Nitrous Hooded Down Parka - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Nitrous Hooded Down Parka - Women's
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Nitrous Hooded Down Parka - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
All that glitters is not gold, and if its white, fluffy, and wet, it's most likely pretty cold. So don't be naive or bold, bundle up and head out for a stroll with Mountain Hardwear's Nitrous Hooded Down Parka. Whether you're on a snowy walk through Central Park or traveling from Vermont to Colorado, this jacket covers all of your bases and can be easily packed into a suitcase or carry-on, making it not only a steadfast friend but a wonderful traveling companion. Tailored to fit a woman's silhouette, this elegant yet pragmatic parka falls at mid thigh, ensuring that full body warmth without the bulk. The 800-fill Q. Shield Down insulation is a unique DWR treatment technology that is applied to the down filaments and consequently repels moisture, regulates your body temperature and keeps you unbelievably warm. The insulated two-way hood is adjustable and permits a customized fit, perfect for those blustery walks home from the dog park.

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