Remember the last time you froze to death sitting at an exposed belay while your partner spent three hours piecing together the last pitch' How about when you had to bivy in that howling ridgetop wind' The last traumatically arctic trip downtown' Kiss 'em all goodbye and say hello to the Patagonia Fitz Roy Men's Hooded Down Parka. Its ultra-lofty 800-fill goose down will keep you warm in the most frigid conditions, and used only traceable and ethically sourced down in doing so. The superlight Pertex Quantum shell resists tearing and has a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) finish to shed off any light snow and any other passing alpine precipitation that may come your way. Though it's seriously useful as a an everyday cold-weather jacket, the Fitz Roy was designed for use in the alpine, and has technical features to prove it, like pack and harness-compatible hand pockets, a baffled helmet-compatible hood with a single-pull adjustment, and a drop-tail hem for extra coverage. It even comes with a self-fabric stuff sack, so you can pack it up and clip it to your harness if things ever warm up. Two generous internal drop-in pockets hold gloves, goggles, and other bulky accessories, and the internal draft tubes keep cold air from creeping in through the zipper and spoiling your precious warmth.
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