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Do as a Bostonian would.
Winter Storm Juno has struck again, except this time it's rush hour on a Wednesday and the glorious subway system in Boston has decided that running in a timely fashion (let alone functioning at all) will most likely not happen. So here you are, stuck in the middle of South Station trying to figure out how to get home to Cambridge when you realize that not only do you have friend who resides in Jeffries Point, East Boston but you can get there in a timely fashion via water taxi—and perhaps best of all, you're wearing the ultra warm Parajumpers Angie Down Jacket for Women, the perfect jacket for trekking to safety in city blizzard.
Crafted for winter excursions, the Angie Down Jacket has a slim, lavish silhouette with its ottoman-styled design and authentic raccoon fur. The extra durable polyester exterior provides paramount protection while the 680-fill down insulation ensures optimal warmth and terrific body temperature regulation. Additionally, the jacket is outfitted with a fur-lined hood that's both removable and easily stowed away should you prefer a more low-profile look. Lastly, a double closure front and two-way zipper seal in warmth—so you stay toastier longer.
- Removable fur trim
- Two-way zipper
- Slim fit
- Down insulation
- Q & A
Is this jacket waterproof, or water-resistant, or neither?
Hey Alison! This jacket is water resistant so it will shed light rain and snow.
Let me know if I can help with recommending a size or anything!
Warm and stylish
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Medium
I've had this close to a month now and I am extremely happy with it this far. The longer length is great for added warmth on those cold mornings. It is probably the warmest coat I own and definitely keeps me snug at temperatures down to about 20F (I haven't had a chance to test it in temps colder than that yet). It is made with high quality fabric and is super comfortable and easy to move around in. It was perfect for my recent trip to the Canadian Rockies but definitely on the warmer side if you are hiking.
What is the weight in pounds of the coat?
What are the dimensions for length and width dimensions for medium and large. Can the arms move freely?