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EverTherm Down Jacket - Hooded
EverTherm Down Jacket - Hooded
EverTherm Down Jacket - Hooded
EverTherm Down Jacket - Hooded
EverTherm Down Jacket - Hooded
EverTherm Down Jacket - Hooded
EverTherm Down Jacket - Hooded
EverTherm Down Jacket - Hooded
EverTherm Down Jacket - Hooded
EverTherm Down Jacket - Hooded

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EverTherm Down Jacket - Hooded

Rs. 3,490.00

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Color
Black+Grey
Down jackets and vests have always been popular items of clothing for men and women. Down jackets are especially popular for those with harsh winters and low temperatures most of the time or for those who enjoy outdoor activities, like climbing or skiing. Down jackets are especially important for those who venture outdoors into the wilderness. Having the right clothing, accessories, and shoes is essential to having a good time, and can also save you in serious conditions. Having a warm jacket can be the difference between pushing to the top of that peak for the incredible view or turning back to be warm by the fire. Down is the most efficient insulator with the highest warmth-to-weight ratio. Down is also very resilient and resistant to compression, so you can stuff it in your packs time and time again with no show of wear.
Tips for Buying Down Jackets
It is not enough to just buy any down jacket; one must choose the jacket appropriate for his or her lifestyle. Different factors come into play when finding your perfect down jacket, for instance, men and women have different needs, as does someone who lives in the city versus the mountains. To reap the utmost insulation and benefits of down jackets, you must understand your needs and how to find the best product on the market to fulfill your needs.
It is important to keep in mind for what you are going to use the jacket. If you will be moving quickly at low altitude in moderate temperatures, then a light down jacket like the Canada Lite Down Hooded Jacket would be an ideal choice for you. These jackets are ultra-light, compressible, and great for low-altitude rock climbing, ice climbing, or backpacking trips. However, if you are planning to go into much colder temperatures and at a much higher elevation, then a heavier down jacket is a better choice for you.
 

Features:

- Rip-stop outer and lining fabric
- Stretch fleece with grid face and brushed back panelling
- Fleece lined chin guard
- Front zip with internal storm flap
- Detachable Hood
- 2 zipped hand pockets.
- Stuff sack
- 1 Interior zip pocket
- Lycra bound elasticated cuffs

Specification:

Filling: 90/10 Down 
Fabric: Nylon
Water Repellent 
Temperature Resistance: 0 to -5 degrees Celsius
Weight: 400 to 500 gms when packed
Size Guide: 
Size S M L XL XXL
Jacket Length 26 28 30 30 30
Chest 38 42 46 48.5 51
Shoulder 18 18.5 20 20.5 21
Sleeve Length 26 27 28 28 28
Arm Hole 18.5 19 21 21.5 22
Hip 36 39 43 46 48.5

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