Parajumpers Long Bear Down Jacket - Women's

Parajumpers Long Bear Down Jacket - Women's
Parajumpers Long Bear Down Jacket - Women's
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Long Bear Down Jacket - Women's by Parajumpers
Just because you're in town doesn't mean it isn't bitingly cold, which makes the Parajumpers Long Bear Women's Down Jacket a godsend for fashionable living in icy cities. It's obviously stylish, with a slim thigh-length fit, smooth nylon fabric, and a removable fur ruff, but it's also made to defeat the elements with wonderfully warm down insulation, a water-resistant DWR coating, and side vents to keep you comfortable if temperatures rise during the day. It's the details that make the Long Bear stand out, though: the hem drawstrings and removable cinch hood keep drafts down and style up, while the diagonal hand pockets, Parajumpers shoulder patch, and unmistakeable PJS snap hook give it a look that no other jacket can match.

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SKU: PJM0001
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