At the most remote Inuit villages in Arctic Canada, where winter temperatures consistently drop below -58°F, supply shops outfit locals with this waterproof, breathable down parka for hunting and fishing. The locals loved it, but had one suggestion: add reinforced nylon straps at the shoulders and back neck. Why? They come in handy pulling their fellow hunters and fishermen out of frigid waters when they fall through thin ice. This warm, reliable, and now emergency-handled parka is well insulated with 850 power fill duck down for outstanding warmth, a rarity in modern parkas. Imported.