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For when Arctic conditions hit home.
When just walking a few blocks to the coffee shop feels like an Arctic expedition, slide on The North Face Women's Arctic Down Parka to warm your bones. Its HyVent 2L fabric is waterproof and breathable so you stay dry and comfortable while you stroll through snowy storms, and the lightweight 550-fill down insulation keeps you toasty in the dead of winter.
A regular fit with a knee-length parka cut and an insulated hood keeps you warm from your knees to your ears. The hood is adjustable so you can cinch it down when the winds really start to blow, and it's also removable so you can ditch it when the sun's out. Integrated hidden stretch mittens prevent frozen fingers when you forget your gloves, and an internal media pocket and cord guide let you enjoy your tunes while you explore the city.
- HyVent 2L fabric
- 550-fill down insulation
- Regular fit with parka length
- Recycled polyester taffeta lining
- Removable hood with zip-off faux fur trim
- Hidden stretch mittens integrated into cuffs
- Two zippered hand pockets, one internal media pocket
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what is the minimum temperature this coat...
what is the minimum temperature this coat can go ? ... -40 is ok?
Coats don't have temperature ratings because people do different things while wearing them...
BUT.... No. Despite its name, this not really made for that sort of temperature extreme.
Tell us all a bit more so we can help. -40 is a pretty cold temp--and not the sort of thing you'd regularly encounter unless you were on a trip/expedition (..or live in the arctic circle... at which point I don't think you'd be asking!)
What are you planning? Would help to know what activity you'll be doing at that temperature? And where?
How easy is it to hike in this jacket?...
How easy is it to hike in this jacket? Does the length hinder movement?
This jacket is not really an appropriate choice for hiking. This is for casual street wear. For an insulated down jacket that is great for hiking I would look to a different option. I have pasted some links below as suggestions.