Arc'teryx Thorsen Down Parka - Men's

Arc'teryx Thorsen Down Parka - Men's
Arc'teryx Thorsen Down Parka - Men's
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Thorsen Down Parka - Men's by Arc'teryx
Fight back against the bone-chilling winter winds and sub-zero temps with the Arc'teryx Thorsen Parka. Designed for city wear, this jacket combines ultra-warm down insulation with waterproof Gore-Tex construction to keep the chilliest breezes and heaviest snows at bay. Goose down insulation provides lofty warmth that keeps you toasty well below freezing, and it's supplemented with water-resistant Coreloft synthetic insulation in key areas so heavy precipitation won't compromise your comfort. Its parka length offers plenty of coverage to protect you from harsh winter conditions, not to mention style to boot. When it feels like hell just froze over in your city, count on the Thorsen to keep you warm.

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SKU: ARCZ97A
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