A Complete Guide To The North Face Himalayan Down Parka


The North Face is a brand that was born out of a desire to push beyond boundaries. In 1966, two Berkeley grads set out on a journey to climb the fabled mountain known as Everest – and they had no idea how they would get there.

They ended up creating an entirely new type of outerwear collection, thanks in large part to their innovative designs and state-of-the-art fabrics backed by authenticity. They called it The North Face – and it became the industry standard for mountaineering gear.


The first Himalayan Parka was an early example of athlete-designer collaboration. As climbers began reaching for new heights, they needed protection from increasingly harsher conditions.

The North Face® Himalayan Jacket is designed for extreme cold weather protection. It’s the ideal piece of outerwear for adventurers who want to stay comfortable in frigid temperatures, without breaking a sweat. The North Face® Himalayan Jacket features durable, water-resistant DryVent™ fabric that shields you from snow and sleet while allowing your body to breathe.

The Himalayan down parka jacket is the warmest winter coat you could choose for this season. Not only it has a great look, but also it keeps your body stay warm. The material that is used to make the coat is 100% pure natural down feather and duck feather -500 fill down. It’s very durable and comfortable to wear, and this type of parka is very easy to remove stains or dirt on it. This type of winter jackets can be worn in any occasion such as travel, hiking, snowy conditions.


  • Why is 550-fill important?

When you’re looking for a down jacket, the fill is one of the most important factors to consider. Fill power measures how much space one ounce of down can fill. The higher the fill power, the more warmth your down jacket will provide.


  • What does responsibly sourced down mean?

The North Face is committed to animal welfare and responsible down. They created the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) to make sure that their down does not come from animals that have been mistreated. such as force-feeding or live-plucking, and to provide a traceability system to validate the original source of down used in The North Face products.

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