When a midwinter nor'easter hits, the plunging mercury can make New England feel like the Antarctic. With a DWR (Durable Water Repellent), PU-treated nylon shell, and a soft high-pile fleece lining, the Patagonia Men's Isthmus Parka keeps you warm and dry as you batten down the hatches to block out cold wind and wintry mixes. A fully adjustable and removable fleece-lined hood seals out the chill, while the two-way zipper provides customizable closure for ventilation on crowded subway cars. Lined handwarmer, top entry, and chest pockets hold valuables and cold hands, while the partially elasticized snap cuffs and internal waist drawcord cinch down to keep the cold out.
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