Whether you're shoveling your car out for the sixth time this week in your mountain-town home or braving the frigid walk to the city bus stop, the Patagonia Maple Grove Down Parka provides body-hugging warmth and weather-resistant protection for the coldest winter days. This urban-friendly parka is stuffed to the brim with toasty recycled down insulation, which not only keeps you warm on the coldest days, but also helps reduce both your personal footprint and the environmental impact of the clothing industry. The durable canvas shell features a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating that keeps you dry when last night's storm hangs around through the morning, and also protects your down insulation from getting soaked and losing its loft. Meanwhile, an insulated hood, external storm flap, and insulated draft collar ensure that biting winds and driving snow won't sneak through and bring the chill with them.
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Patagonia Maple Grove Down Parka - Men's
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