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UGO - BABY BOY Parajumpers Ultralight down jacket. The polyester taffeta shell fabric is downproof. The jacket features two zippered front pockets and a chest pocket with vertical zip, as well as a double collar that is ribbed on the inside. Underarm vents and PJS patch on the left sleeve. PJS strap neck closure. Lycra trim at the cuffs and bottom. ELMWOOD
16WMPBJCKSL63_760-1 UGO In stock

Super Lightweight

UGO - BABY BOY GREEN

UGO - BABY BOY - ELMWOOD

US$325.00
SKU: #16WMPBJCKSL63_760-1 Color: ELMWOOD

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Ultralight down jacket. The polyester taffeta shell fabric is downproof. The jacket features two zippered front pockets and a chest pocket with vertical zip, as well as a double collar that is ribbed on the inside. Underarm vents and PJS patch on the left sleeve. PJS strap neck closure. Lycra trim at the cuffs and bottom.

UGO - BABY BOY's details

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The main front zipper is supplied by YKK.

Composition:
Shell 100% Polyester
Lining 100% Polyamide
Fill 90% Down 10% Feathers

Temperature rating:1Medium

Medium Temperature rating 1: Reduced fill for mild climates – extremely lightweight – packs easily. Find out more
Temperature rating
There are many factors which affect our insulation requirements. Besides actual ambient temperature, the two main factors are: our activity level and the wind.
Very high wind speeds will always intensify the effect of low temperatures and, as everyone knows, activity has a dramatic effect on our metabolic rate, capable of raising it by 500% and more.

Higher metabolic rate means higher internal heat production.
This is why we prefer not to give you a precise temperature range for our jackets, but only a general idea of how warm each type of Parajumpers coat can keep you, considering the following features that effect the jacket's performance in cold weather:
- Amount of down fill (If the fill power is the same, more down means more warmth)
- Fill power (With the same amount of down, the higher the fill power, the warmer the coat will be)
- Weight of the shell fabric (Heavier fabric is usually more tightly woven and, therefore, protects you from the wind.
- Coatings (A coated fabric has even better windproofness)

Of course, within the same family of jackets, a short style without hood will keep you less warm than a longer model with a hood and fur trim.
We hope this guide will help you choose the right jacket for your type of climate.

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