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Men's Fire Tower Belay Parka

Expedition Down Collection

Expedition level dependability when being cold is not an option. The Fire Tower Belay Parka is designed and engineered for the most challenging conditions, keeping you warm and dry with 850 FP DownTek™ water-repellent down when you're exposed to the harshest elements.
$249.98 $499.95
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Specs + Sizing


Relaxed fit with baffled construction to ensure down stays close to the body.

Helmet compatible hood with adjustable draw-cord closure and smart access through two external zippered chest pockets.

Rugged 30D R/S fabric strategically placed in high wear areas, paired with 20D R/S and internal stretch panels for excellent mobility.

Oversized internal drop in pockets; two hand and two chest pockets. Light and packable construction, stuff sack included. 

YKK Vislon® CF zipper with anti-draft tube and textured zipper pulls for ease of use.

Construction + Materials

Size Medium Weight: 1lb 13oz / 822g

Shell 1: bluesign® certified, GRS certified 20D 100% post-industrial recycled nylon rip-stop, PFOA and PFOS free water-repellent chemistry

Shell 2: bluesign® certified 30D 100% nylon rip-stop, PFOA and PFOS free water-repellent chemistry

Lining: GRS certified 20D 100% post-consumer recycled polyester taffeta, PFOA and PFOS free water-repellent finish

Stretch Fabric: recycled 20D 100% nylon stretch rip-stop, PFOA and PFOS free water-repellent chemistry

Insulation: 850 FP DownTek™ repels water while maintaining insulating value - RDS certified, bluesign® certified, PFC free water-repellent chemistry

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What’s in a Name?

Built in the early 1900’s by local Forest Rangers and community members, the Hahns Peak Fire Tower sits atop one of the most prominent peaks in Routt County. At the time, the vast network of towers helped locate wildfires more precisely and was representative of the evolving forest management strategies geared towards conservation. Now the decommissioned fire tower serves as a place to rest and have a snack after hiking, snowshoeing, or skinning to the summit.