Rock & Ice Parka

One of the warmest parkas in the world. An expedition workhorse designed to combat sub-zero temperatures, high-speed wind and spindrift. High-wear areas along shoulders and sleeves are reinforced with durable Taslite Nylon. Combined with the 40 Below Pants, the Rock & Ice Parka can be used as a modular alternative to the Expedition Suit.

Ideal Uses: 8,000m climbs, Polar Expeditions, Extreme Cold, Walking the Dog in Oymyakon

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• Made in Seattle, WA
• 850+ fill down
• Internal snow-skirt
• Waterproof/breathable Pertex® Shield® XT shell fabric
• Taslite reinforced shoulders, elbow and lower sleeve
• Dual zipper system with oversize insulated draft tube
• Fixed hood with 2-way drawcord adjustment and Velcro sealed storm flap
• Velcro sealed cargo pockets backed by side-zip hand-warmer pockets
• Two 8.5” x 7” Velcro sealed interior chest pockets
• Velcro cuff adjustment with D-ring mitt clips
• Articulated sleeves
• Adjustable drawcord waist and hem


Fit Expedition
Garment Shell Fabric Pertex® Shield® XT waterproof/breathable
Fill Power 850+ Goose Down
Fill Weight 20.5 oz / 582 g (medium)
Packed Weight 2 lb 14 oz / 1304 g (medium)
Packed Size 7.5" x 15" | 17L
Front Zipper Length 34" / 86 cm (medium)
Origin Manufactured in the USA from imported materials

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  1. Seriously warm

    by Jeff on Aug 20, 2015

    This is a seriously warm parka!!! I previously had a TNF Himalayan (already one of the warmest in the world) but the Rock&Ice is a great deal warmer. If you want the absolute warmest this is it! In -25c I wear nothing but a t-shirt underneath. Don't even consider wearing it if temps are not at least below -15c.

    In fact I also bough a FF Volant later on because I could only wear the Rock&Ice in the most extreme conditions and needed something for the -5c to -20c range. Unless you plan to climb 8000m+ mountains or are going to Antarctica (or really, really, hate cold) I'd suggest you consider the FF Icefall...
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