The North Face Goldmill Parka - Men's

The North Face Goldmill Parka - Men's
The North Face Goldmill Parka - Men's
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Goldmill Parka - Men's by The North Face
Stay golden with The North Face's Goldmill Parka. This waterproof and insulated ski parka will have you looking as good as you feel while tearing up the slopes on all-time days. Heatseeker insulation gives you lightweight warmth that you'll love on those cold mornings where others stay inside, while a fully waterproof DryVent membrane shuts out snow on waist-deep powder days. Speaking of waist deep snow, you've also got a grippy powder skirt to keep out billowing snow when you're floating through untouched woods. The longer length has you covered when it's time to plop down on frozen chairlifts, and when you work up a sweat bouncing through all that snow you've got underarm vents to let out the heat and let in cooling airflow. Wrist gaiters with thumbholes seal out the cold and offer added coverage, and loads of pockets ensure that you've got all the storage you need for another killer day on the mountain.

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