Mountain Hardwear Sub Zero Parka

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Designed for cold nights and mornings in camp, the Sub Zero Parka from Mountain Hardwear keeps you warm with the natural warmth and compressibility of 650-fill goose down. Keep your head and ears warm with the insulated, removable, zip-off hood and tighten up the adjustable cuffs for further heat-trapping comfort.

- Mountain Gear

The Mountain Hardwear Sub Zero Parka is the essential parka for multi-day excursions in the mountains. The Sub Zero parka provides all the essentials, warmth, water-resistance and breathability. Mountain Hardwear Sub Zero Parka Features: Insulated with lofty and warm 650 fill goose down Abrasion resistant reinforcement panels on the shoulders and arms combat wear and tear Zip-off insulated hood Fleece lined handwarmer pockets Adjustable cuffs for fit options Dual hem drawcords for quick fit adjustments Interior zip pockets stores ID, keys, other small essentials Micro-chamois chin guard prevents zipper chafe Stuff sack included Materials: Body: Z Rip (100% polyester) Panel: Nutshell Taslan (100% nylon) Insulation: 650 fill goose down Weight: 825 g (1lb 13 oz)

- OMCgear

Mountain Hardwear Sub Zero Hooded Jacket - The Men's Sub Zero Hooded Jacket by Mountain Hardwear surrounds you with 650-fill down for the coldest possible conditions this winter. Mountain Hardwear's most popular down jacket, the Sub Zero is cloaked in Conduit water resistant, breathable fabric, allowing you to wear the Sub Zero skiing in drier climates and cruising around town while those fat flakes pile up. The seams in the baffles are not sewn-through, much like a high-quality sleeping bag. This means there is no true separation of the insulation at the seams, so you stay warmer and more comfortable, without the cold spots common in sewn-through down garments. The hood is detachable, and the fleece-lined collar and hand pockets keep you extra comfortable. An interior mesh water-bottle pocket is super handy for backcountry excursions. The Mountain Hardwear Men's Sub Zero Hooded Jacket is proof of the legendary quality produced by this company—there are few companies that match their excellence.

- Outdoorplay

Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Men's Sub Zero Parka (Fall 2010) FEATURES of the Men's Sub Zero Parka by Mountain Hardwear Insulated with lofty and warm 650-fill goose down Abrasion-resistant reinforcement panels on the shoulders and arms combat wear and tear Zip-off insulated hood Fleece-lined handwarmer pockets Adjustable cuffs for fit options Dual hem drawcords for quick fit adjustments Interior zip pocket stores ID, keys, other small essentials Micro-Chamois-lined chin guard prevents zipper chafe Stuff sack included SPECIFICATIONS: Average Weight: 1 lb. 13 oz. / 825 g. (size large) Center Back Length: 32in. / 81 cm. Materials: Body: Z Rip (100% polyester) Panel: Nutshell Taslan (100% nylon) Insulation: 650-Fill Goose Down Usage: Backcountry / Climbing / Cool Weather Athletic / Mountaineering

- Moosejaw

With 650-fill goose down, articulated sleeves and a detachable hood, the Men's Sub Zero Parka from Mountain Hardwear is the essential piece of gear for cold-weather backcountry expeditions. This toasty puffy jacket includes fleece-lined handwarmer pockets, adjustable cuffs for fit options, dual hem drawcords for quick fit adjustments, and interior zip pocket that stores ID, keys, other small essential. A Micro-Chamois(TM)-lined chin guard prevents zipper chafe when wearing the classic Sub Zero Parka during a two week cold snap.

- Altrec Outdoors

Mountain Hardwear Men's Sub Zero Parka

Discontinued

The Men's Sub Zero Parka has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$128.95 - $225.00

The Mountain Hardwear Men's Sub Zero Parka is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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