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MontBell made the Men's Frost Line Down Parka for climbers and campers who still do their thing in frigid temperatures. A box baffle construction with 800-fill goose down insulation ensures the utmost warmth that practically eliminates cold spots for long-lasting reliability. Ballistic nylons protect the down from punctures and tears, while the DWR coating sheds light rainfall and snowflakes to help keep you dry. The Frost Line's all-mountain fit includes articulated arms to keep the jacket in place while belaying, and its oversized design has a longer torso for maximum coverage.

  • DWR-coated ballistic shell
  • 800-fill goose down insulation
  • Box baffle construction
  • All-mountain fit
  • Adjustable helmet-compatible hood
  • Adjustable alpine cuffs
  • Drawcord waist
  • Stuff sack included
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Fantastically Warm

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size
  • Size Bought: XL

Recently started a new job in Boston and am commuting via public transportation. The thought of standing on a train platform in subzero temps before sunrise was not particularly appealing... so I went shopping for a new coat. Read as many reviews as I could and settled on this. What a treat! Incredibly lightweight and hands down the warmest thing I have ever put on. I have yet to be cold on my commute. In fact, I usually have to unzip & loosen the wrist velcro to keep myself from overheating on the train... then bundle back up for the walk to the office.

Love the parka and do not regret it for a minute. You won't either... if you can find one in stock somewhere. Good luck!

Warmest coat I own

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

I got this last January ('14) after a week of single digits and no end in sight. Had been using a down jacket (4.5 oz of 800) as my main cover with a sweater and wool base but the wind was killer and feeling cold was getting way to common. This was like a January spring break in Florida. Very warm - drop the sweater and go to short sleeves in single digits warm. The hood is perfect. Feels like your walking a round in a warm balloon. Only problem with this jacket is even in central NY there are not enough cold days to enjoy it without sweating. My warmest piece of kit to date. The reason I'm writing this is because we're hitting single digits again and I just broke it out today. Made me remember how great it was all over again.

I see this is your last one of these in stock. Any chance you'd like to sell it fast and sell to me for $165?