Why We Made this
Originally introduced in 1972 for workers constructing the Alaskan pipeline, where the average winter low is minus 25 degrees Fahrenheit, the Arctic Parka is designed to handle the most extreme temperatures. Over the years, this parka has remained very popular among recreational users braving cold temperatures, and it has gained popularity throughout the world, where it remains a fashion icon. This generously pocketed parka provides ample warmth and coverage, from the detachable genuine coyote fur hood ruff to the hand-warmer pockets. Ribbed storm cuffs and adjustable cord waist and hem stop wind in its tracks, and Teflon® DWR now makes this classic parka water-resistant.