MontBell Permafrost Down Parka - Women's


Weight 23.0 oz (Size M)
Fill Weight 8.6 oz
Insulation High quality 800 fill power hypoallergenic goose down

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit MontBell's Permafrost Down Parka page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The PermafrostTM Parka is a must in your high mountain arsenal when facing the harshest of elements. Unique welded box construction, high quality 800 fill power goose down, and the Windstopper Insulated laminate are used in combination to provide a supremely warm, water resistant, windproof alpine workhorse. At a mere 25 ounces, the PermafrostTM is one of the lightest mountaineering and backcountry snow sports parkas available today. Highly compressible and full featured this jacket is perfect those lightweight winter expeditions. Due to the use of ultra light fabrics this garment may require special care. Welded Box Construction Zip-off tunnel hood Two-way adjustable hood Micro fleeced lined collar Two-way Aquatec front zipper Zippered hand pockets with fleece lining One mesh internal pocket One internal zippered pocket Slightly articulated elbows Draw cords for waist adjustment hidden in pockets Alpine cuffs-elastic cuffs with Velcro adjustments High quality 800 fill power hypoallergenic goose down WINDSTOPPER® insulated shell 15-denier Ballistic Airlight rip-stop nylon 30-denier Ballistic nylon rip-stop reinforcement 30-denier Ballistic nylon taffeta lining Compresses : 6.3" x 10.4" (stuff sack included) Size: S/ M/ L Color: GM(Gunmetal)/ VER(Vermilion) Weight (size med):23.0 oz. Fill Weight:8.6 oz.

- Vargo Outdoors

MontBell Women's Permafrost Down Parka


The MontBell Women's Permafrost Down Parka is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 22, 2011 at Vargo Outdoors.

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