Kari Traa Rothe Down Parka - Women's

Kari Traa Rothe Down Parka - Women's
Kari Traa Rothe Down Parka - Women's
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Rothe Down Parka - Women's by Kari Traa
Sure, summer vacation is everyone's favorite, but imagine Scandinavia in the winter, when the foods taste rich and the tourist clusters are rare. The Women's Kari Tr Rothe Down Parka locks in the warmth, leaving you free to explore the fish market at Bergen, or the gardens of Drottningholm Palace, with plenty of winter style to spare. Filled with duck down, the baffles keep these air-trapping feathers evenly distributed, and internally integrated wrist gaiters keep out chilly drafts. The shoulders are reinforced, so you can bring along your shopping bag to stuff with fresh salmon and crab legs, and the hourglass cut offers body-hugging warmth with enough room for layering over your wool Norwegian heritage sweater.

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SKU: KTR0039
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