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Aria Storm Parka (Women's)

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When the temperature drops, this ultralight, stylish, insulating parka with keep you toasty to the core. A DWR treatment resists rain, sleet and snow, and allows for wear as an outer layer in unfriendly winter weather.

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  • 650 fill down insulation
  • Ultralight shell
  • Adjustable and removable hood
  • Internal front zip stormflap
  • Multiple pockets- handwarmer, internal
  • Right handwarmer pocket doubles as stuff sack
  • Elastic cuffs
  • Drawcord hem Fabric- 68% polyester, 32% nylon, 2L, 75D Pertex´┐Ż Shield shell // 100% nylon lining

Gender: Women's
Weight: Avg. Weight (oz./g): 21.5 / 608 M
Material: 68% polyester, 32% nylon
Season: F14 F15
Vendor ProductId: 97585
Review ProductId: 31350

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  • Q:

    What low a temperture is it good for?
    Asked on 5/22/2014 by Elaine from Boston MA

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    • Staff Reviewer


      We don't have any way of providing temperature ratings for a jacket. It's a medium-thickness down jacket, but your results will vary widely based on wind, humidity, what you're wearing underneath and how cold-natured you typically find yourself to be... much like with sleeping bags!

      Answered on 5/28/2014 by Jeff from Rock/Creek
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    is this jacket waterproof? what is the length for size S?
    Asked on 12/2/2013 by Cigdem from Seattle

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    • Staff Reviewer


      It's not waterproof -- the DWR treatment will repel snow for a while, and light rain will bead up, but eventually the jacket will wet out if you're wearing it in a rain shower. OR doesn't publish a "center back length" for this, but it should fall just above the knee.

      Answered on 12/2/2013 by Jeff from Rock/Creek
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