UBER White Heat Down Parka - Women's

UBER White Heat Down Parka - Women's
UBER White Heat Down Parka - Women's
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White Heat Down Parka - Women's by UBER
Forget the glitz, glamour, and the ostentatious baubles that most insulated winter jackets tend to have--inspired by the brutal Norwegian winters, the Uber Women's White Heat Down Parka is made with a simple stylistic design that's both functional and fashionable. The White Heat Parka is crafted with a rugged exterior, a waterproof Regulator membrane, and an extra water-resistant treatment, so you stay dry regardless of the weather while the White Heat patented construction and 800 fill power down insulation keeps you toasty warm down to -13F. Additionally, the adjustable hood, taped seams, hand warmer pockets, and tailored waist belt provide a fine-tuned, cozy fit that flatters your figure rather than hide it behind layers of down. The Automagnetix closure system seals in warmth faster than you can say ,"cold," and makes fumbling with your gloves a thing of the past. So whether you're on a winter walk through Central Park or travelling to Portland, Oregon for a graphic design conference, the White Heat Down Parka caters to your every adventure.

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SKU: UBR000A
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