RefrigiWear Iron-Tuff Ice Parka Water-Resistant Insulated Coat w

RefrigiWear Iron-Tuff Ice Parka Water-Resistant Insulated Coat w

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RefrigiWear Iron-Tuff Ice Parka Water-Resistant Insulated Coat w

RefrigiWear Iron-Tuff Ice Parka Water-Resistant Insulated Coat w:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I bought the 0360R model, size Large. For someone about 5.10", 200 lbs, it should fit perfect, not tight and not baggy. Lenght wise it almost reaches the knees by about 3-4 inches, must be Large/Large. I thought this was black, but it's actually dark navy blue, it looks "black" from a few feet away. This jacket looks good, but maybe if someone were to get one size bigger than needed it might look too baggy and goofy, you don't want that.Wearing it out of the packaging box it felt "slighthly stiff" since it was brand new, but nothing incovenient, it's actually very very comfortable while wearing and the hood feels soft and warm on the head, the deep big pockets are also very comfortable.As someone brought up in some other review, this jacket is not packable, it's like any other jacket or coat that you hang and grab and wear as you need, you can't put this inside a regular backpack. I bought this for very chilly to snowy weather, so far I have not test it in those conditions, but if it's able to withstand -40 fahrenheit, I'm glad I have this as backup for such extreme conditions, better prepared than be sorry.Only "cons" found so far: Zipper does not go all the way down, it has 1 button on the bottom that needs to be closed, 2 might have been better, when you reach down to tie your shoes or grab something on the floor that button opens up, nothing serious, just close it again. The hood has a slight "plastic like" sound, probably from the inner insulation, again, nothing serious, does not affect hearing nor performance.philadelphia mall,favorite,ranking top13RefrigiWear Iron-Tuff Ice Parka Water-Resistant Insulated Coat w
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  • Zipper closure
  • KEEP WARM: Get heavy-duty defense against tough, cold conditions with a comfort rating down to -50°F in the legendary toughness of the Iron-Tuff parka. Stay warm and dry no matter the conditions with a water-repellent, wind-tight outershell for all-day comfort on the job.
  • SEAL OUT DRAFTS: Keep out all warmth-stealing drafts for added heat and protection with bounded seams, heavy-duty knit cuffs, an elastic back band for a better fit and a soft fleece collar and hood with wind seal. Sealed tight with a heavy-duty brass zipper and storm flap.
  • ADDED HEAD PROTECTION: Stay warm and protected from windy conditions with the sewn-in fleece-lined hood. Since it is sewn in, there are no bare spots for the cold to sneak in. Your head and ears stay even warmer with the knit border around the hood for keeping the wind out.
  • DURABLE: Built to last, this parka can take a beating because of its tear- and abrasion resistant denier nylon outershell, reinforced brass rivets and bound seams that also help seal out drafts.
  • STORE ITEMS: Highly functional jacket on the job or in the field to store tools with 2 oversized, insulated front pockets, convenient chest pocket for extra storage and a pencil pocket on the sleeve.
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Product Description

The only Iron-Tuff jacket with a sewn-on hood, the Ice Parka is ready to shield you from tough, cold conditions. Brave the day with heavy-duty warmth and durability. With additional draft protections like bound seams, knit cuffs and an elastic back band, Mother Nature can bring it - you've got it covered.

"p" Warm. Tough. Iconic. The Iron-Tuff Collection has been proven in the cold for over 65 years. From the Alaska Pipeline to every step of getting food to America’s tables, Iron-Tuff has been there. Extreme durability, legendary warmth – it’s the original way to Master the Cold.

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RefrigiWear 0360R Iron-Tuff Ice Parka RefrigiWear 0361R Iron-Tuff WinterSeal RefrigiWear 0358R Iron-Tuff Siberian RefrigiWear 0342R Iron-Tuff Jackoat RefrigiWear 0322R Iron-Tuff Polar
Comfort Rating -50°F -50°F -50°F -50°F -50°F
Warmth 11.25 oz. RefrigiFill insulation 11.25 oz. RefrigiFill insulation 11.25 oz. RefrigiFill insulation 11.25 oz. RefrigiFill insulation 11.25 oz. RefrigiFill insulation
Tear and Abrasion Resistant ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Water-Repellent, Windtight Finish ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Length Thigh Length Thigh Length Fingertip Length Fingertip Length Hip Length
Front Pockets 2 Oversized insulated pockets, 1 chest pocket 2 Oversized insulated pockets, 1 chest pocket 2 Insulated patch pockets, 1 chest pocket 2 Oversized insulated pockets, 1 chest pocket 2 Insulated patch pockets, 1 chest pocket
Additional Pockets Pencil pocket on sleeve Pencil pocket on sleeve Zipper sleeve pocket with pencil stall Zipper sleeve pocket with pencil stall Pencil pocket on sleeve
Fleece Collar with Throat Latch Sewn-on fleece-lined hood with knit wind seal ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Compatible with RefrigiWear 0081R Snap-On Hood — ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Available Colors Navy and Sage Navy Navy and Sage Navy and Sage Navy
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RefrigiWear Iron-Tuff Ice Parka Water-Resistant Insulated Coat w

RefrigiWear Iron-Tuff Ice Parka Water-Resistant Insulated Coat w:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I bought the 0360R model, size Large. For someone about 5.10", 200 lbs, it should fit perfect, not tight and not baggy. Lenght wise it almost reaches the knees by about 3-4 inches, must be Large/Large. I thought this was black, but it's actually dark navy blue, it looks "black" from a few feet away. This jacket looks good, but maybe if someone were to get one size bigger than needed it might look too baggy and goofy, you don't want that.Wearing it out of the packaging box it felt "slighthly stiff" since it was brand new, but nothing incovenient, it's actually very very comfortable while wearing and the hood feels soft and warm on the head, the deep big pockets are also very comfortable.As someone brought up in some other review, this jacket is not packable, it's like any other jacket or coat that you hang and grab and wear as you need, you can't put this inside a regular backpack. I bought this for very chilly to snowy weather, so far I have not test it in those conditions, but if it's able to withstand -40 fahrenheit, I'm glad I have this as backup for such extreme conditions, better prepared than be sorry.Only "cons" found so far: Zipper does not go all the way down, it has 1 button on the bottom that needs to be closed, 2 might have been better, when you reach down to tie your shoes or grab something on the floor that button opens up, nothing serious, just close it again. The hood has a slight "plastic like" sound, probably from the inner insulation, again, nothing serious, does not affect hearing nor performance.philadelphia mall,favorite,ranking top13RefrigiWear Iron-Tuff Ice Parka Water-Resistant Insulated Coat w