For frigid belays, backcountry touring trips, and all the other times you'll need no-nonsense warmth this winter, there's the Arc'teryx Firebee AR Down Parka. Its 850-fill down insulation offers high-loft warmth without adding excess bulk or added weight, giving you an easily wearable and packable option for all of your cold weather expeditions. A Gore Thermium outer shell delivers windproof, water-resistant, and highly-breathable protection from ever-changing high-alpine elements. The shell is also separated from the down by a ripstop liner, boosting your insulation power by keeping the down further away from freezing winds and heavy snow. The insulated StormHood fits easily over a helmet to block the wind when you're belaying on frozen cliff-sides, and has glove and mitten compatible adjustment drawcords so you can cinch it easily without your fingers going numb. For quick access to essential gear you've got two external hand pockets with highly water resistant WaterTight zippers, as well as an internal chest and drop-in pocket for the items you need to keep protected but close at hand.
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Arc'teryx Firebee AR Down Parka - Men's
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