Ortovox Verbier Parka - Women's

Ortovox Verbier Parka - Women's
Ortovox Verbier Parka - Women's
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Verbier Parka - Women's by Ortovox
Wrap yourself in decadent comfort and warmth this winter with this Ortovox Women's Verbier Parka. Crafted with a tough Toray Mico Ripstop fabric, the Verbier protects you from the wet, windy, and unpredictable storms that you're sure to encounter while adventuring in the mountains. Additionally, the Verbier is equipped with Black Swisswool insulation that's designed to boost your warmth when the temperatures are less than comfortably cool. Wool insulation at the back, front, and arms ensure you're able to maintain a comfortable temperature when you aren't working at full-octane. Meanwhile, the felted wool around the chin area provides a cozy fit and feel when the weather takes a nasty turn. And since the weather is bound to get gnarly, the storm hood easily pulls up and over your head, and the high collar allows you to batten down the hatches. Plus, the Verbier parka features an elongated hem to keep the hip area warm, and is outfitted with plenty of zippered pockets for safe, secure storage.

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SKU: ORT003P
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