Mountain Hardwear Downhill Parka
|Center Back Length||
29 in / 74 cm
Optimo Ripstop AXF™
650-Fill Goose Down
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Revel in the extraordinary comfort of premium 700-fill-power goose down. The Downhill jacket's down is even water-repellent, making it invaluable for damp days on the mountain or in town.
On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Women's Downhill Parka FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Downhill Parka Q.Shield Down resists heat-robbing moisture and retains maximum loft even when wet AirShield wind-and water-resistant fabric cuts the cold to keep you warm Adjustable, helmet-compatible hood zips off on warmer days Soft, in.Butter Jerseyin. cuffs SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Downhill Parka Average Weight: 2 lbs 2 oz / 951 g Standard fit Center Back Length: 30in. / 76 cm Insulation: Q.Shield Down 700-fill Body: Optimo Ripstop AXF (100% nylon)
Q.ShieldTM DOWN makes this our warmest big-mountain ski parka. Designed for maximum warmth on the highest peaks, the Downhill II features an unbeatable combination: Q.ShieldTM DOWN 700-fill insulation to resist moisture and retain critical loft in even the dampest conditions, AirShieldTM Core to lock out cold, gusty winds. Printed liner and combi zipper teeth for added sass and style.
- Mountain Hardwear
Mountain Hardwear readied the Women's Downhill Parka for backcountry skiing and styled it for the city. Q. Shield treats the parka's lofty 700-fill down insulation with permanent water repellency that helps maintain its warmth when wet. It would be very difficult to dampen the down though, because the durable shell's AirShield treatment gives additional water-resistance as well as wind-resistance. The Downhill Parka also features zippers at each underarm for ventilated airflow, and the powder skirt offers additional protection from the backcountry's deep snow. Its drop hood cinches snugly with or without a helmet on, and the adjustable hem and cuffs seal out cold drafts. Inner Butter Jersey cuffs provide a comfortable way to keep bad weather out of the sleeves. Recco's avalanche rescue reflector may help Recco-equipped ski patrols find stuck skiers in the backcountry during emergencies.