Whether hanging out during the night on a small ledge or climbing multi-pitch ice in February, the new Fitz Roy Down Parka gives super loft and forced-bivy-level heat at only 19 ounces. Ethically sourced and traceable 800-fill-power down traps your heat inside a fully baffled 100% nylon shell (with DWR (strong water repellent) finish) that sheds snow and moisture, and uses a special high-sheen fabric construction in the hood, shoulders and arms for enhanced water resistance. The helmet-compatible, single-pull hood has an internal heat-locking high-loft chamber on the back of the neck, and internal draft tubes stop cold spots along the two-way center-front zipper. Cut long with a full coverage droptail hem (dual-adjust cordlocks lock-in heat), three exterior zippered pockets (two high handwarmers and an exterior left chest), and one large, internal drop-in pocket for warming frozen gloves. Soft, low profile, internal elastic-bound cuffs push-up easily, and the included stuff sack has a built-in clip-in loop.