Western Mountaineering Ion Parka - Men's

Western Mountaineering Ion Parka - Men's
Western Mountaineering Ion Parka - Men's
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Ion Parka - Men's by Western Mountaineering
You'd rather not deal with winter's frigid chill, and the Western Mountaineering Men's Ion Parka is your best chance at ignoring the discomforts involved with the coldest season of the year. It pairs a windproof Gore Windstopper shell with some of the loftiest down insulation available; 850-fill down insulation is a heavyweight in the warmth department and a lightweight in the weight department. The Windstopper shell is reliably windproof, durably water-resistant, and highly breathable to keep you comfy whether you're making a campfire in a wintry wonderland or just walking your dog down icy streets.

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SKU: WES001G
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