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Warmth for the top of the world.

The North Face designed the Men's Himalayan Down Parka for remote expeditions, but that doesn't mean you won't enjoy it in other cold climates. This is The North Face's warmest jacket, with a hefty amount of lofty 800-fill down insulation in a welded baffle construction that eliminates any cold spots. The North Face also added Climashield Prism insulation at the back and shoulders to ensure warmth in wet conditions. Windstopper wraps this warm insulation with windproof comfort, and the DWR coating sheds water for water-resistant protection.

  • Windstopper shell
  • DWR finish
  • 800-fill goose down insulation
  • Climashield Prism insulation at back and shoulders
  • Welded baffle construction
  • Adjustable hood
  • Zippered chest pockets with external or internal access

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I am watching this parka for years now.
Suddenly, I realize this year that a 700 goose down fill shows up. Did I miss this before or did they indeed reduce the quality? (I even thought, I read 850 fill goose down a while back?) Can somebody confirm this or am I wrong?

so this jacket is 50 ounces. most insulated down jackets are approx 14-24 ounces. i wonder if i will feel this jacket as being too heavy when wearing it?

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This is definitely not a typical insulation piece. It's not made for everyday use. If your looking for something to wear in situations where weight is going to be an issue (aerobic activity of any kind especially) this jacket is going to be major overkill. I'd look for something else.

is it waterproof?

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Hi Samuel,
The DWR coating makes it water resistant, but not completely waterproof.

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It's basically the warmest jacket on the planet. The windstopper makes a huge difference and I haven't had issues with it getting soaked. That being said when you are wearing this jacket and it's above freezing, you'll need to worry more about sweating too much instead of it soaking through from rain. I won't wear this jacket unless it's in the teen's (F) or colder. It's THAT warm.