Duluth winters are impressively cold, but the subzero temps and icy gusts are mere hand-me-downs blown east from the windswept plains of Mandan, North Dakota, home to the state’s largest refinery. Its frigid oil fields are no place for flimsy fair-weather coats. So we’ve packed our Mandan Down Parka with the extreme warmth of 650-fill duck down to insulate out double-digit wind chills. The 3.7-oz. 100% nylon shell repels sleet and drizzle, and withstands abrasive environments that shred standard down jackets. Plus all the functional features at right to get you frostbite free through North Dakota’s meanest season.
- Our warmest parka, fortified with high-lofting 650-fill duck down for bulk-free protection from extreme cold
- Brawny 3.7-oz. nylon shell is unfazed by abrasion, locks out wind
- DWR fabric finish repels wind-driven rain and sleet
- Insulated hood adjusts for an obstruction-free view when backing your plow truck
- 6 man-sized pockets, including paw-thawing handwarmers lined with brushed tricot
- Stretch mesh interior pocket – perfect for pre-warming a pair of gloves
- Double storm flaps, elasticized cuffs and bottom hem bungee to lock out icy updrafts