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  • Patagonia Tres Down 3-in-1 Parka
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    Patagonia Tres Down 3-in-1 Parka
    You've given up the American dream in pursuit of French pleasures. In preparing to relocate to the City of Lights, you realize you need a new coat or three for two real reasons. First, your arctic-rated parka is overkill and two, space is at a premium. The Patagonia Women's Tres Parka solves your outerwear woes. This 3-in-1 hat trick of a jacket keeps you warm, keeps you dry, and keeps you warm and dry, depending on how you put it together. And, with only "one" jacket in your closet, you'll have room left over for your carefully curated collection of feather boas. The waterproof and breathable shell uses H2No technology to keep you dry, both inside and out. This waterproof trench keeps you nice and dry, because Paris (and many other cold-weather cities) can be wet. The hood snaps on when a drizzle turns to a deluge and you've again forgotten your umbrella at the corner cafe. The inner liner is a thigh-high, trim-fit puffy coat stuffed with 600-fill Traceable duck down for a warm feeling in your heart and on your body without any added weight. Traceable Down guarantees the feathers came from humanely treated duck, meaning they were neither force-fed nor live-plucked. On the rare occasion it's both cold and wet, combine the two coats for unbeatable weather protection with a hit of heat. The slim fit means even when you have the full monty on, you maintain your svelte silhouette without having to suffer the consequences of the weather.
  • Patagonia Fitz Roy Down Parka
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    Patagonia Fitz Roy Down Parka
    The high-loft, high-warmth, and low-weight Patagonia Women's Fitz Roy Down Parka turns up the thermostat during your high-altitude forays and winter adventures. This robust down insulator, Patagonia's warmest, features a lightweight nylon shell with a DWR coating that helps mitigate minimal amounts of moisture so the down stays dry. Y-yarn nylon reinforcements along the shoulders and arms give this proudly puffy coat a bit shine, not just an extra hit of tough, endowing it with looks that are good enough for the streets of Midtown, not just the remote north shore of Lake Superior. Down insulation is down-right ducky, ahhh, well, goose-y, The feathers fit together to form a magic lattice of air to keep you warm in temps that synthetic insulation would balk at. The 800-fill Traceable Down offers an incredible warmth-to-weight ratio so you stay warm without adding extra pounds to your hike. In addition, the feathers are from geese who were neither live-plucked nor force-fed. This means you can wear this jacket in good conscience without fear of retribution by the surviving flock members. Sewn-through horizontal baffles ensure the stuffing stays in place to give you equal warmth throughout your upper half. Bound cuffs slip under gauntlets and over glove liners without issue. The hood hugs your head and the collar covers your chin for an all-around heady experience. Two hand pockets are great storage spots for lip balm and your camera and are placed high enough to stay out of the way of a harness or hip-belt. You can stash cash or energy gels in the single chest pocket.
  • Patagonia Mixed Guide Jacket
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    Patagonia Mixed Guide Jacket
    Hybrid soft/hard-shell jacket from Patagonia ideal for alpine and ice climbing with hard-shell weather protection in key high-exposure areas and waterproof/breathable storm protection everywhere else. Hard shell shields the upper torso, upper arms, and hood with H2No Performance Standard waterproof/breathable barriers. Soft-shell areas are made of heavy-duty but highly breathable Polartec Power Shield fabric with Hardface Technology that enhances the DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Brushed interior feels great on skin; helmet-compatible, 2-way-adjustable hood with laminated visor for optimal visibility even in bad conditions; gusseted panels for freedom of movement. Finished with two zippered chest pockets, two zippered hand pockets that sit above harness line, microfleece lining on neck and chin, and drawcord hem.
  • Patagonia Duete Parka
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    Patagonia Duete Parka
    Self: 100% poly insulation. Stuffing: 75% duck down 25% other fiber. Front zip and snap button closure. Side flap pockets with snap button closure. Detachable hood with snap button closure. Inner slit pocket with zip closure.
  • Patagonia Downtown Loft Parka
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    Patagonia Downtown Loft Parka
    You might be following your new-found fascination with American history or you might be exploring the even more historical avenues across the pond. It's a good thing the Patagonia Women's Downtown Loft Park covers you from head to knee with 600-fill Traceable Down warmth. This long-limbed parka resists unwelcome entreaties by chilly winds and rude flurries. Horizontal baffles keep the ethically-sourced down in place and highlight your hard-earned figure. With the hood up and the shawl collar fully zipped, only your nose and forehead might see the light of day. Two generous hand pockets let you stow your mini tablet and palm-sized camera while leaving ample room for your paws. Urban lines leave you feeling lady-lake even in the dead of winter (or the middle of the third quarter in December) in a down parka. Whether you're exploring the origins of various communities or investigating the insider track of your city, stay warm while winding through the streets in this sleek, knee-kissing down-filled parka.
  • Patagonia Tres Parka
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    Patagonia Tres Parka
    Self: 100% poly insulation. Stuffing: 75% duck down 25% other fiber. Front zip and snap button closure. Side flap pockets with snap button closure. Detachable hood with snap button closure. Inner slit pocket with zip closure.
  • Patagonia Rubicon Down Jacket
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    Patagonia Rubicon Down Jacket
    On those cold and clear days don the Patagonia Women's Rubicon Down Jacket to stay warm when mind-numbing temperatures turn the snow to cold smoke. The 600-fill down insulation piles on the warmth while the ripstop polyester fabric resits tearing when you're hunting out stashes of powder through the trees. Treated with a DWR finish, the down insulation won't have an issue dealing with moisture from snow, which can interfere with the insulating properties of traditional down fill. A removable hood and powder skirt means you can dial back the tech when you need this jacket on a casual night out, and two underarm ventilation zips let you lose a little excess heat when things start to get too warm.
  • Patagonia Vosque 3-In-1 Parka
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    Patagonia Vosque 3-In-1 Parka
    Winter in a continental climate often brings a mix of weather: rain, sleet, snow, sun, ice, bitter winds, hail, or some combination thereof. Be prepared for whatever Mother Nature throws your way in the Patagonia Women's Vosque 3-in-1 Parka. The combination of a shell and zip-out liner gives you three different jackets for the price of one. Wear the liner alone when you all need is warmth. Wear the shell by itself on the freak February day when the temperature teases you with hints of an early spring. Or, snap the hood on and zip the liner and shell together for waterproof warmth on those cold snowy days you find yourself waiting for the train or scraping off your windshield. Patagonia's technical features create unparalleled value in this parka. Made from 90% recycled polyester, the eco-friendly Thermogreen insulation in the zip-out liner provides low-bulk warmth even when damp. The shell is crafted from a luxurious tweedy nylon/polyester blend that's treated for water resistance. When joined together, Thermogreen and the DWR tech protect you from water, wind and coldall for the price of one jacket. Don't worry, though; design details were not sacrificed for performancethe Vosque Parka sports a distinctly feminine silhouette. The shell has front darts, a centered back seam, and a yoke at the shoulder for a contoured shape. The zip-out liner has princess seams and front darts for a ladylike look. An adjustable hood snaps onto the stand-up collar so you can hunker down when the wind kicks up. Cut to hit above the knee, both the shell and the liner warm more than just your core to help you withstand the cold longer.
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