Fjallraven Expedition Long Down Parka - Men's

Fjallraven Expedition Long Down Parka - Men's
Fjallraven Expedition Long Down Parka - Men's
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Expedition Long Down Parka - Men's by Fjallraven
For those of us living in the coldest climates, winter preparation is no small task to ensure we're content through the months of snow and plummeting temperatures. Fjallraven knows a thing or two about cold climates, and the Sweden-based brand delivers on the Expedition Long Down Parka. With generous down insulation and a mid-thigh length, the Expedition keeps you warm through the darkest days of winter. The two-way front zipper is covered by a buttoned placket to keep the harsh winds from getting through, and the spacious front pockets have plenty of room for keeping hats and mittens at the ready.

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