The North Face Arctic Women’s Waterproof Parka Jacket
Dryvent outer shell offers fully waterproof, windproof and breathable protection 550-fill down insulation helps you stay warm without a bulky feel Darting at front and back waist create a more flattering fit Removable, fully adjustable hood and faux-fur ruff Covered, secure-zip handwarmer pockets keep outdoor essentials close-by Internal, secure-zip, media-compatible pocket The last weather-resistant layer you’ll ever need, The North Face had versatility in mind when they chose to update their classic Arctic parka. A combination of reliable and durable insulation and modern urban fashion, this jacket makes for a fantastic choice for those wishing to brave the cold winter in city style. Packed with 550-fill down insulation that’s designed to deflect rain, wind, sleet and snow, its breathable DryVent™ 2L shell comes seam-sealed and equipped to allow water vapour to pass through from the inside to the outside. The internal fleece cuffs and Stormflap zip cover make sure that whatever way the wind blows, it’ll never compromise your warm inner core. It’s not just about insulation though; a go-to jacket needs to be practical too. Thankfully, The North Face has that covered too. Designed with encased elastic sides at the waist, the darting at the front and back help shape the Arctic II to an ultra-feminine fit; one that won’t make you feel like you’ve just wrapped yourself up in your duvet and left the house. Its removable, fully adjustable hood and faux-fur ruff let you adapt to conditions, as the secure-zip handwarmer pockets have long waits for buses and trains written all over them. Completed with raglan sleeves that give you extra mobility and a V-shaped drop-tail hem for added coverage, what more could you really want from a city-inspired jacket? Certified to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) by Control Union The RDS ensures that all products from The North Face containing down do not come from animals that have been subject to any unnecessary harm, such as force-feeding or live-plucking, and helps track the down used in our products from farm to finished garment.