Grade VII Down Parka

Grade VII Down Parka

Patagonia

$899.00

Ultra-warm differentially-cut fully baffled construction at an unbelievable weight, the Patagonia Grade VII Parka is designed to offer the highest warmth-to-weight ratio of any jacket we sell. This ultra-light expedition parka is perfect for lightening your load on peaks such as Aconcagua, Volcanoes of Ecuador, or anywhere you need expedition-caliber warmth at a fraction of the weight of a traditional parka. 

  • Light yet durable 100% nylon shell fabrics maximize wet-weather protection with a light DWR (durable water repellent) finish throughout, and glued-baffle construction on arms, shoulders and chest
  • Fully baffled construction and differentially cut shell and liner keep down lofted and eliminate cold spots; elasticized stitch on liner at side panels pulls jacket into the body
  • Alpine helmet–compatible, baffled hood has a single-pull drawcord and high-loft draft collar; two-way center-front Vislon® zipper is backed with kissing draft tubes
  • Exterior pockets: two large chest pockets with zipper garages, and two large front pockets with stiffened welts for easy access; all pockets have down insulation on both sides of pocket bag to retain warmth when pockets are open
  • Interior pockets: two catch-all pockets on each side of the front torso have stretch mesh for draining snowmelt; right-rear interior pocket has small stash pocket with keeper-loop for retaining self-fabric stuffsack
  • Elasticized stitch at the cuff opening sits gently on the wrist, locking in heat and allowing the sleeve to be easily pulled down over gloves, or pushed up
  • Hem cord routes through mini snowskirt and is located well above hem to cinch toward body without draft spots; unique construction allows hem-cord adjustability inside parka or inside interior pocket to avoid hanging loops that can snag

Weight: 675 g (23.8 oz)

Note: This jacket is for anyone who needs max warmth, but it’s built on our men’s fit block. For the best fit, we suggest women buy one size smaller than usual.
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