The most serious cold-weather coat, the Adirondack is made for temperatures as low as -31.4˚C (-24.52˚F). Filled with warming down, it also features a detachable vest that can be worn with or without the rest of the parka. Plus, silky Toscana sheepskin trim and a silhouette that cinches at the waist makes it as flattering and wearable around the city as it is in the mountains.
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