Mountain Hardwear Therminator Insulated Parka - Men's

Mountain Hardwear Therminator Insulated Parka - Men's
Mountain Hardwear Therminator Insulated Parka - Men's
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Therminator Insulated Parka - Men's by Mountain Hardwear
A puffy is a great go-to, whether you're mid-skiing sesh or warming up after a long day on the slopes. The Mountain Hardwear Men's Therminator Insulated Parka is the perfect solution to keeping the frigid cold at bay. With a synthetic down alternative, this jacket breathes and stays warm even when it gets damp. The extra-long pit vents offer ventilation when your riding gets rough. You can feel safe on the slopes with the Therminator's RECCO build, to keep you seen in the snow. The helmet-compatible hood adjusts, too, to keep you your warmest when you need it, so you can be out and riding as long as you want.

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