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|Features:||Thumbholes, Water-resistant, Parka, Adjustable Hood, Removable Hood, Insulated|
|Hood Type:||Removable, Adjustable|
|Jacket Fabric:||100% Nylon|
|Insulation Details:||650 Fill down|
|Type of Waterproofing:||DWR|
|Product Technology:||Moosejaw Wind Resistant, DWR, Moosejaw Down|
|Fit Type:||Regular Fit|
Moosejaw Wind Resistant Fabric
Keep this away from any wind chimes. This garment has been engineered to block most of the wind that nature throws at you. Perfect for those cool, blustery days. Some sneaky wind could get through, but just think of it as personal air conditioning and you'll feel positively regal.
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Durable Water Repellent
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) is a coating that is applied to fabrics which makes them water-resistant, or hydrophobic. A DWR finish doesn't interfere with breathability, which makes it perfect for adverse conditions in the backcountry.
Moosejaw Down Insulation
Down has the best warmth to weight ratio, next to wrapping your body in freshly baked calzones. It also extremely compressible, which makes it perfect for camping, traveling, or hiding in small crevasses.
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|Chest / Bust||31 - 33"||34 - 36"||37 - 39"||40 - 42"||43 - 45"||46 - 48"|
|Waist||24 - 25"||26 - 28"||29 - 31"||32 - 34"||35 - 38"||39 - 42"|
|Hip||33 - 35"||36 - 38"||39 - 40"||41 - 43"||44 - 47"||48 - 51"|
HOW to MEASURE
* To get the most accurate measurement, use a flexible measuring tape and refer to the measuring guide info below.
CHEST / BUST: Measure around your chest, holding the measuring tape under your armpit. Or have a really close friend or mom help you.
WAIST: Measure around your waist at the narrowest part. Remember this number if you ever buy a fanny pack.
HIP: Measure around your hips at the widest part. This is also called your hipcumference.
SLEEVE LENGTH: With your arms in a slightly bent position, measure from the center of the back of your neck, along the length of your arm, to the wrist. Then add 2 to this number, then subtract 2.