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Ayacucho Womens Bramton Parka

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The Women's Bramton Parka from Ayacucho is a luxuriously warm coat that will keep you snug and smiling throughout the winter seasons.

There are two hand pockets which are perfect for keeping cold hands housed while the drawcord at the waist allows you to customise the definition and shape at the same time as reducing the amount of dead space helping to keep you warmer. A zipped inner pocket is a great place to store small essentials such as your phone or camera, the power efficiency of some electrical gadgets can deteriorate rapidly in cold weather, by keeping them on the inside of the jacket the body heat trapped inside will help keep them warm too ensuring the power does not drain away.

The removable hood allows you to shed the extra weight on finer days while the removable fur trim is excellent for allowing you to change the look of the jacket easily to accomodate all occasions.

  • Fabric:
    • Shell: 100% polyester
    • Lining: 100% nylon
  • Insulation: 100% polyester
  • Zip off hood with removable faux fur trim
  • 2 patch hand pockets with hook & loop flap closure
  • Longer length
  • 2-way full length zip
  • Drawcord at waist for enhanced shape
  • Zipped inner pocket
  • Split at back hem for freedom of movement
Product Code: A4214427
Man and woman standing next to water wearing Ayacucho clothing.

Deep in the heart of the Andes Mountains is the region of Ayacucho. A traditional farming community, many families here live below the poverty line. However, despite facing daily hardship, the people of Ayacucho embrace whatever the world can throw at them. It was from this spirit of determination that the Ayacucho range was born.

 

Ayacucho clothing is inspired by the people of the region, and designed with a focus on responsible sourcing and technological advancement.  Combining comfort and style, Ayacucho clothing is ideally suited to any environment- whether you’re tackling the trek to work or climbing Snowdon.