Made in USA Polartec Peak Seven Waterproof Rain Parka for Women
Uses: Hiking, Back Packing, Ice Skating, Mountaineering, Car Coat, Stadium Jacket,Snowmobiling, Shooting, Outdoor Work and more
Sizes: S through XL
The Polartec Peak Seven Waterproof Rain Parka is a very breathable jacket dispersing most moisture normally trapped inside the competition's jackets. This allows you to wear less layers and have more mobility.
The Polartec Peak Seven Waterproof Rain Parka is part of the Combo Collection and can be worn as a stand alone mild weather shell, or with the purchase of a Polartec 200 Fleece Vest or Jacket zips together to form a single jacket for the coldest and harshest Winter weather. How cold? Very cold. This jacket was extensively tested at Vail Pass, Colorado 11,000' + elevations at minus temperatures with very strong wind gusts and while riding snowmobiles up to 60 mph. However, as a shell this jacket is great for temperatures ranging from 40F and up as a rain jacket.
Last picture shows Jacket with Combo Collection Polartec 200 fleece added. (Fleece not included with parka purchase)
Drop Tail Design on Back for Women
Fully Seam Sealed and Waterproof
Polartec Neoshell Waterproof Breathable Fabric
No Pit Zips
YKK Tru One Hand Zippers
2 Waist Cinch points
Velcro Adjustable Cuffs
2 Hood Cinch Points for Adjusting
3 Outside zippered Pockets
1 Interior zippered Pocket
Made in USA
Anchor point at inside of back of neck and wrists to secure in our Combo Collection Fleece vests and jackets.
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