09-09-2016_thenorthface_mountainparka_rosingreen_t92tuj-hda_ja_1The North Face Mountain Parka – $405


22-08-2016_fjallraven_polarguideparka_darknavy_mb_1_1Fjällräven Polar Guide Parka – $499


04-10-2016_canadagoose_banffparka_black_4074m-61_hh_1Canada Goose Banff Parka – $1059


Snow has yet to cover our landscape but the cold air is certainly present. If you can’t be bothered to layer then you should take a closer look at sporting a parka this season. You’ll want a parka that’s functional and that’s crafted with hardwearing materials. We’ve picked out three pieces from some of our favourite outerwear brands, The North FaceFjällräven, and Canada Goose.

One favourite is The North Face’s Mountain Parka, which is not a bulky piece but it features their proprietary DryVent technology, which provides protection against the cold and wet climates. The finer details include a adjustable drawcord waist, along with a button-closure with a storm flap. The second piece is from Swedish outerwear brand, Fjällräven. It features a waterproof G-1000 outer that keeps the cold wind and water out. Meanwhile, the interior is insulated with their Supreme Microloft for guaranteed warmth. If there’s one parka that you can’t go wrong with its Canada Goose’s Banff parka. The specialized tech shell of the Banff stays dry even in the most harrowing climates, while the 625 fill power down insulation adds warmth that can combat Arctic temperatures.

Take a look closer look at our selects above!


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