The Men's Vision Down Parka is Black Diamond's warmest option intended for the coldest conditions and biggest objectives on your mountaineering list, and don't let that stop you from enjoying its heat around town in winter either. Scope out lines from base camp before an oncoming storm requires you to hunker down for a few days, and this parka's light, lofty, and impressively warm 800-fill down insulation should keep you nice and toasty as you recall the route you long to climb. The down has a HyperDry hydrophobic treatment to retain its lofty warmth in moisture-riddled environments like damp tents. Black Diamond treated the shell with DWR for added water-resistance that beads snowflakes, raindrops, and light moisture off the ripstop shell, and then dipped the fabric in Japanese Liquid Crystal Polymer for increased durability so you can take it up the climb when the storm stops. Underarm gussets promote full mobility on the mountain, and the adjustable hood is helmet-compatible to accommodate safety comfortably.
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