Fjallraven Kiruna Lite Parka - Women's

Fjallraven Kiruna Lite Parka - Women's
Fjallraven Kiruna Lite Parka - Women's
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Kiruna Lite Parka - Women's by Fjallraven
Bundle up against the elements on chilly fall and winter days in the Fjallraven Kiruna Lite Parka. It's made with a highly water-resistant shell that'll ward off light rain and most snowfall, while lightweight synthetic insulation wraps you up in cozy warmth. Its extended length provides added coverage when cold winds start to whip, and the stylish buttoned storm flap ensures that those winds won't creep in through the front zipper either. For optimal visibility in snowy and rainy weather the adjustable hood comes with a special brim that can be folded into two different positions, while high handwarmer pockets give you a cozy place to stash your hands when you accidentally leave the mittens back at home.

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SKU: FJR00QB
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