Winter's cold up in Alaska.
Before you take that March trip to Denali National Park, prepare your Arctic-explorer-in-training for the cold with The North Face McMurdo Boys' Down Parka. When he's out chasing after polar bears or trying to lay eyes on a ptarmigan, the McMurdo's 550-fill down insulation and hood with removable faux fur trim will keep him nice and cozy, and the waterproof and breathable HyVent two-layer membrane will keep him dry even if he works up a sweat or accidentally spills hot cocoa on himself. All the McMurdo's seams are fully taped to prevent moisture from sneaking in through the cracks, and there are warm details like fleece inner cuffs and a soft brushed collar to make the arctic air a little less biting. He can stash his collection of pemmican and elk jerky in the four external pockets before he goes out on a hike, too, so you wont have to deal with any more hangry children, which can really put a damper on your wintertime plans.
- Two-layer HyVent waterproof and breathable membrane
- Polyester face fabric with nylon taffeta lining
- 550-fill down insulation
- Fully taped seams
- Fixed hood with removable faux fur trim
- Internal security pocket
- Fleece-lined hook-and-loop cuffs and drawcord hem
- Soft brushed collar