When others are huddled under the comforting warmth of puffy blankets indoors, you're wearing the Arc'teryx Men's Ceres Down Parka through bone-chilling temperatures in balmy comfort. As the warmest jacket in Arc'teryx's Essentials collection, the Ceres Down Parka sports 850-fill European Grey Goose Down insulation for exceptional warmth in the most extreme environments on earth. Down Composite Mapping places synthetic insulation along zones prone to condensation from active use, such as the underarm areas. This strategic mapping prevents the down insulation from succumbing to perspiration when you're camping in sub-zero temperatures or exploring wind-swept corners of the globe. The WindStopper membrane prevents oncoming snow showers from seeping inside and compromising the down's warmth-trapping loft. Better yet, it's completely windproof, so you're never shivering uncontrollably when whipping winds threaten to rob your body of precious heat. Sealing in warmth over your head, the StormHood features Cohaesive adjustments that cinch down over your helmet or hat. And to ensure plenty of room for layering, the Expedition fit offers a generous cut for wearing baselayers without compromising movement.
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