Woolrich Arctic Parka and Blizzard Blazer
Posted On: November 24, 2012 BY Delamere
Wool Quilted Arctic Anorak
The quilted shorter version of the classic Arctic Parka is 12 cm shorter in length than the classic version. It is made in a soft, lightweight wool blend fabric. Detachable coyote fur on the hood.
The iconic Woolrich jacket was created in 1972 for workers who were building the oil pipelines in Alaska, where temperatures during the day could fall to minus 40 degrees. The Arctic Parka is produced in Teflon-treated, Cotton Nylon 60/40, featuring goose down padding and coyote fur trimming and guarantees warmth and protection even during the harshest weather conditions. Sleeves feature comfortable woollen cuffs which prevent air infiltration. Pockets are large and roomy, fastened with a button, whilst the upper pockets, created specifically to protect the hands, are lined with a special hand-warming fabric that enables
the wearer to avoid using gloves. A spacious waterproof pocket is featured internally, as well as a waist coulisse that allows the garment to adhere to the body and prevents even the slightest infiltration of cold air.
Wool Blizzard Blazer
A smart wool-blend blazer gains stylish dimension with
quilting, a clean-edged snap placket and a structured stand collar.
This jacket features a banded collar with a button tab neck, zip and button down front, and two front flap pockets. Has a square quilt stitched body, long sleeves with button tab cuffs, three internal pockets, and is fully lined.
Avoid lumpy, unsightly winter coats and keep warm this winter without sacrificing your look. This Woolrich jacket in disguise as a tweed blazer is an undeniably cool option.
One customer said “I was searching for a cool looking jacket that I could wear outdoors and indoors. This Jacket fits the bill. It is made out of a very soft wool and has a bit of isulation so I can wear it when I go to the car or out on the town. It has a modern and stylish look.”
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