Brave winter's worst with ease in Patagonia's Fiona Parka, built for lightweight warmth and protection. Worn as a standalone parka for insulation or paired with Patagonia's Yosemite Falls trench for complete wet weather coverage, this durable parka makes cold weather commuting a cinch. Zip-up and step out, from early morning coffee runs to dinners downtown, this parka has you covered. Lightweight, lofty, and slim, you won't feel anything but warm and comfortable walking down city streets, while princess seams and contoured quilting grant a confidence-boosting silhouette. The nylon ripstop shell blocks wind gusts on narrow city blocks, while the DWR finish resists any light precipitation that moves your way. Stuff your phone and hands into jersey-lined handwarmer pockets to keep them out of the cold, and utilize the two-way zipper to keep you mobile on your sidewalk trek.
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