The Storm and the Tempest

Meet Our Parkas

What do you wear in the coldest weather when you don’t have a Himalayan Expedition parka, or if you did, it would just look funny and out of place ?

What do you wear when it’s the middle of February and 40 below and your car won’t start and your eyeballs instantly freeze the second you walk outside?

We’ve already given you a preview of our down and synthetic jackets. While they are great pieces, we understand that when deep winter hits they are not going going to be warm enough. So it’s time to meet our coldest weather piece: the parka. The Storm for him. The Tempest for her.

From Jamie:

The goal here was to make a jacket that was warm enough that I could wear it at Camp 2 on Mt. Everest, yet have it look right at home at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s opening of Sleeping Beauty in a storm on February 28th. A jacket perfect in form and function–it was a moon-shot of sorts. But we did it. A small step and a giant leap all in one jacket. Everyone deserves to stay comfortable in a stylish jacket at a price that doesn’t break the bank.

Warm. Dry. Ethical.

Both feature 550 Fill Power, 100% Traceable Goose Down that adheres to the Responsible Down Standard. Herringbone laminated shell. 8000mm waterproofness. Fully seam taped.

Here are the 3D renders we have, and we’ll be shooting detailed photography for both over the next few days.

The Storm Parka

The Storm Parka 3D Rendering

The Tempest Parka

The Tempest Parka 3D Rendering

These are not the colours we’ll be producing, but this sample picture gives you a good view of the face fabric texture for both parkas. (Actual colours will be similar to the 3D renders above!)