Chilly, windy days around town call for the Arc'teryx Osanna Coat to keep you comfortable while you explore new sights, shops, and cafes. A sleek, cozy, urban aesthetic is showcased in the closure of the jacket, and the overlapped center front acts like a cocoon to wrap you in warmth while closing with snaps to block drafts. If light rain or snow showers should begin to fall while you wander around, a DWR treatment with fully sealed seams keep you protected so you can continue to explore the city. The Osanna keeps you warm with Coreloft insulation. It's packable, durable, and will keep you warm even if it gets wet. To further enhance the warmth of the Coreloft, a Gore Thermium membrane protects and maintains the insulation performance of Coreloft so you can stay out exploring longer in cold, windy, light-moisture conditions. Gore Thermium is also incredibly breathable so if you have to run to catch a bus you won't have to worry about vapor building up inside your jacket or risk overheating. For extra warmth in the evenings when you're not done with your sight-seeing, cuff gaskets seal out drafts and prevent that precious heat from escaping out of your sleeves so no weather can keep you from getting out and exploring the urban landscape.
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