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The Sierra Designs Women's Natasha Parka blends street-savvy style with a bit of mountain tech so you'll look great even when you're bundled up against the winter's worst weather. Whether you're braving a Manhattan blizzard or the frigid cold of a Salt Lake City winter, zip up in this long jacket when you want to stay warm around town.

  • Water-resistant, breathable polyester fabric repels snow flurries to keep you dry if you get caught in a fresh fall
  • Full-body 100g insulation holds in body heat to keep you warm when the temperature drops
  • Extra-long cut protects you from the top of your head to your thighs
  • Removable, adjustable hood blocks cold wind
  • Plenty of pocket space including a ported media pocket keeps you organized and your music close
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What is the fit like on this jacket?

What is the fit like on this jacket?

I love this jacket! It's very stylish and complimenting while being suitable for both athletic ventures or for going to work on a gloomy day. It fits a range of body built/size too. I got the Medium and it fit both my friend, who is 5'7" 130, and I, being at 5'4" 140, very well! The shoulder area fits both of us nicely. It is tailored inwardly at the waist and can be more fitted with the internal waist draw cord.

What weather is this appropriate for? I...

What weather is this appropriate for? I am going to be living in Prague and traveling throughout Eastern Europe From January to April. I need something for the coldest weather that will keep me warm in wind, rain, and snow.

The Sierra Designs Natasha Parka would be a good option for what you are describing. It sounds like you need something 3/4 length, w/hood, waterproof or highly water resistant, and insulated. This would be a good fit for you but I would also encourage you to look at the Arc'Teryx Patera, Patagonia Tres Down, Patagonia Northwest, and Norrona /29. Any of those would be excellent options.

I just moved to Vancouver and am wondering...

I just moved to Vancouver and am wondering if this jacket will be warm for chilly, rainy days when the temperature drops from anywhere between -5 & -10?


This would be a great jacket for keeping you warm and dry in the standard Pacific Northwest cold and rainy weather. It has 100 grams of synthetic insulation which is a middle-ground for warmth, offering high performance w/o a lot of bulk. The parka also has waterproof-breathable component that should keep you dry in moderate rain, but may wet-out eventually in prolonged heavy downpours. I would definitely recommend this parka for urban rainy settings where you need a bit of extra warmth as well.

Why isn't this jacket considered to be...

Why isn't this jacket considered to be waterproof?