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Oftentimes, you don't need a giant goose feather sealed in titanium polyurethane. All you want is to zap the cold and repel a few flakes, hence the prAna Women's Parfait Insulated Jacket, with DWR coating to combat moisture and 60-gram synthetic insulation. This anti-puffy also has a cozy wrap collar, flattering quilted pattern, and feminine cut, because more than often you want to look fabulous.

  • Polyester shell with DWR coating resists moisture and wind to help keep you dry and warm
  • 60g polyester insulation keeps you nice and cozy
  • Front on-seam zippered pockets secure essentials

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Gave this as a gift to my girlfriend she loves the style and fit of the jacket its warm and a great midlayer on those chillier days.

what is the weight in oz.? What is its...

what is the weight in oz.? What is its temperatures range. What size would a M be ( size 6?). Would this jacket be suitable for light hiking in Glacier Nation Park at the end of July first of August?

This comes in at a lowly 10 oz and Prana has their size medium listed as a 8-10. If your light hiking checking out the touristy stuff a mile or two from your car then I think this jacket would be perfect, but if you are looking for something to be your main jacket while backpacking I would suggest something a little more substantial, possibly with a hood.

What tempertures do you think this coat...

What tempertures do you think this coat is good, I need a coat to be able to sit through a football game in November in the South and wondering if this would work?

There is a reason why most companies don't put a temperature rating on jackets. There are just too many factors involved that could make the rating different from person to person. However, I would fell comfortable suggesting this jacket to my Midwest mother if she were looking for a jacket for early spring or late fall use.