Whether you work in Chicago, New York City, or Munich, you need a warm and sleek winter jacket that doesn't make you look like a brick wall or an overstuffed tire. The Arc'teryx Men's Therme Parka is a refined piece of urban outwear with the warmth-preserving intelligence you expect from a company known for extreme-weather gear. A combination of down and synthetic insulation work in harmony, keeping you warm without bulking you up, and the Gore-Tex and fully taped seams guarantee you won't arrive to work a rain-drenched, sweat-laden mess. Coreloft insulation fills out areas commonly exposed to moisture: hood, hem, collar, upper sleeves and underarms. High-loft 750-fill European goose down cuddles your core and along your arms. Regardless of the conditions outside, inside the Therme you stay warm and dry. Fully taped seams eliminate micro openings for water to sneak in, while a DWR finish helps water bead up on the fabric surface. The tall collar and adjustable, insulated hood make it easy for you to limit skin exposure when wind chills dip below zero. No-lift underarm gussets mean you can reach up when you're on the subway and not share your latest adventures in man-scaping with the entire train. The hand pockets are insulated to protect your paws if you left your gloves at the office.
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