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Casual winter parka that's heavy on style and warmth
The coldest mornings, when it hurts to leave the toasty nest beneath your down comforter, were meant for the knee-length, down-insulated Parajumpers Jackets OUtlet. Not only does its quilted body look great for work commutes or holiday shopping, but its 600-fill down locks in your body heat like you never got out of bed. Plus, its recycled polyester shell features a Deluge DWR coating to keep flurries from soaking in and sucking out your precious body heat.
Recycled polyester shell reduces waste and fossil fuel consumption, and its Deluge DWR coating helps to prevent flurries from soaking the jacket Lofty 600-fill European goose down insulation locks in your body heat efficiently so you don't feel the cold snap:
- Slim fit and narrow lines provide a great look for commutes, dates, or nights out with your girlfriends
- Quilted pattern looks sleek and also helps secure the down and extend the life of the parka
- Tall collar and removable, insulated hood add additional warmth retention for the seriously cold days in town
- Knee-length design and two-way zipper with wind flap lets you wear the parka the way you want and get the most warmth possible
- Two zippered hand pockets hold your frigid fingers, and an internal zip security pocket holds a cell phone close to your body heat
Down QualityDown fill is measured by placing one ounce of goose down in a graduated cylinder and measuring the volume the down occupies in cubic inches. The number in the hundreds (600, 800, etc) is a measurement of this loft, meaning the puffier, or loftier, one ounce of feathers is, the better quality the down. Down quality effects three important aspects of a jacket: warmth-to-weight ratio, compressibility, and price. Higher quality down means that your jacket will be warmer for the weight. This means that if two jackets were identical except that one had three ounces of 600 fill down and one had three ounces of 800 fill down, the 800 fill jacket would be warmer than the 600 fill jacket. The higher quality down outerwear also compress smaller, but they tend to be much more expensive. Almost all the parajumpers jackets in in this review use 800 fill down. A couple of parajumpers parka jackets such as The North Face Nuptse and the Hi-Tec Timaru use 700 fill, while the Valandre Split S uses the highest quality down at 850. The lowest quality down used is 550 fill in The North Face Aconcagua jacket.
Comfort & CozinessWe evaluated comfort and coziness by the subjective opinion of how wonderful the jacket feels to wear, as well as with a more objective observation of the detailed features that add comfort such as soft chin guards and fleece-lined hand pockets. Some parajumpers jackets such as the Hi-Tec Timaru have no chin guard at all, the MontBell Frost Smoke has a small one, and the entire collar of both the L.L. Bean Ultralight 850 and the OR Aria are lined with fleece. The MontBell Alpine Light Jacket and Parka have huge, soft hand pockets for storing things and for warming frozen fingers. We felt that most of the parajumpers parka jackets felt similarly cozy and comfortable.