Parajumpers Marcus Down Jacket - Men's

Parajumpers Marcus Down Jacket - Men's
Parajumpers Marcus Down Jacket - Men's
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Marcus Down Jacket - Men's by Parajumpers
Thanks to the Parajumpers Men's Marcus Down Jacket and that stubborn mug of yours, long gone are the days when a polar vortex impeded your plans to run errands, get to work, or simply take a walk through the park. Inspired by the 210th Rescue Squadron of Anchorage, Alaska, the Marcus features a waterproof exterior that's as weatherproof as it is breathable--meaning you're well protected against wind, sleet, and snow. Additionally, the 730-fill down insulation provides lofted warmth in the face of bitter cold temperatures. However, should you begin to warm up (which, you know, might happen in such a polar vortex), the two-way front zipper allows you to regulate your body temperature without having to remove your entire line of defense. The bevvy of military-inspired pockets keep necessities close at hand, and the two side zippers allow you to customize your fit.

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SKU: PJM001Y
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