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Ayacucho Womens Urban Heat Down Parka

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The Women's Urban Heat Down Parka from Ayacucho is your stylish solution to cold days in the outdoors. Whether you are simply going about your day to day life or indulging in adventure the down insulation will keep you warm all day long. The hood is removable as well as adjustable and the faux fur trim can be taken off if you prefer too. The full length zip is covered with a hook & loop storm flap to block out any pesky drafts as do the inner comfort cuffs which also help to create a comfortable seal around the cuff of the jacket, making for excellent heat retention.

On the inside of the jacket the back panel is fleece lined for extra cosiness while a zipped inner pocket is great for storing your essentials. There are also plenty of pockets on the outside of the jacket that offer easier access for your more frequently used belongings.

  • Fabric:
    • Main: 100% polyester
    • Lining: 100% polyester tricot
  • Insulation: 600 fill power down
  • 80:20 down to feather ratio
  • Detachable, adjustable hood with removable faux fur trim
  • Full length main zip with button/hook & loop storm flap
  • 2 zipped hand warmer pockets
  • Zipped internal pocket
  • Rib knit inner cuff
  • Drawcord at hem
  • Elasticated waist
Product Code: A4214651
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.