Long Bear Special Down Jacket - Women's by Parajumpers
Winter weather resplendence comes in fleeting, exhilarating waves that evoke child-like memories, but, alas, all good things must come to an end and the joyous zeal is soon replaced by wicked wind, iced over eyelashes, and slippery sidewalks. So, as soon as that dismal polar vortex descends upon New York City, just know that you'll be toasty warm with the Parajumpers Women's Long Bear Special Down Jacket. Inspired by the men of the 210th Rescue Squadron in Anchorage Alaska, the Long Bear Special Down Jacket is the result of an innovative, tough, and courageous creative team who in turn devised a contemporary coat that combines both technological components and haute-couture. Crafted with a hardy exterior, the Long Bear fuses a polyester twill exterior and supple shearling augmentations that provide both paramount protection against wayward weather and uniquely styled hints of military spirited patterns--so you stand out of a crowd rather than blending in with the herd. The 680-fill goose down insulation ensures ample warmth while the underarm ventilation system simultaneously encourages optimal body temperature regulation. A detachable, shearling lined hood has removable, racoon fur trim that's designed to prevent sneaky precipitation or errant wind from weaseling its way in. And of course, the infamous and exclusive Parajumpers snap-hook secures the storm flap, so you stay warmer longer.
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