Parajumpers Inuit Down Jacket - Women's

Parajumpers Inuit Down Jacket - Women's
Parajumpers Inuit Down Jacket - Women's
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Inuit Down Jacket - Women's by Parajumpers
Even though you're in town, it feels like you're wandering the frozen arctic, which makes the Parajumpers Women's Inuit Down Jacket a necessity for fashionable living in icy cities. Down insulation ensures optimal warmth and body temperature regulation, while the extra durable nylon exterior shields you from icy rain and snow. A detachable hood with authentic raccoon fur trim adds another layer of warmth and weather protection. Reflective tape on the hood and cuffs helps you remain visible when you're walking home at the end of a long day, so you'll arrive safe and comfortable, despite the bitter temperatures.

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SKU: PJM0026
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