UBR Redox Down Parka - Men's

UBR Redox Down Parka - Men's
UBR Redox Down Parka - Men's
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Redox Down Parka - Men's by UBR
The UBR Redox Down Parka mixes alpine-worthy protection into a style suitable for the finest occasions in the city. Its Regulator membrane has some of the highest waterproof, breathable ratings available in the outdoor industry, and UBR integrated the membrane into a high-class, clean, luxurious style. UBR also added a DWR coating for extra protection against rain and snow. UBR's patented White Heat construction places 800-fill down insulation inside the Redox for sufficient warmth in sub-zero temperatures, With a fill of 800, this parka's insulation is loftier than most down jackets and surprisingly warm for the parka's Exceptional Lightness. Its horizontal baffling balances the down across the parka to eliminate any cold spots.

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SKU: UBR000D
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