Patagonia Down With It Parka - Women's

Patagonia Down With It Parka - Women's
Patagonia Down With It Parka - Women's
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Down With It Parka - Women's by Patagonia
The Patagonia Down With It parka has an updated look for 2019 that offers a modern touch in the shape of flattering chevron inspired baffles and princess seams. An updated look with the same cold weather reliability makes this a winter-time favorite. Lightweight down expertly insulates your core and upper legs for protection against the cold, while the DWR coated polyester shell safeguards against Mother Nature's moods. From the occasional rain shower to a surprise snowstorm, this Patagonia parka will keep you pleasantly protected. When skies darken before your daily dog walk, attach the insulated hood to keep your head covered and use the zippered handwarmer pockets to keep your fingers toasty. Keep comfortable and rest easy knowing that warm cozy feeling is generated by 100% recycled down and polyester that's good for you and Mother Nature.

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SKU: PAT031X
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