Woolrich is one of those names that’s been around a while. In fact their Mountain Parka has been around about as long as I’ve been alive…I’ll let you make some guesses at how long that is.
This old school style has made some upgrades over the years however. It now has Teflon treated fabric that repels water and other substances to help keep you dry.
Here’s Damon’s thoughts on the Mountain Parka:
PROS: It’s more professional looking than the regular winter coat i usually wear to work everyday. It has a lot of pockets for my keys, phone and wallet. It keeps me dry and warm like when I have to scrape snow off the windows of the car early in the morning. It’s true to size. (Damon is 6’2″ and usually gets an XL when it comes to long sleeved items just to be sure they are long enough, but the size Large that we got accommodated his arm length just fine.)
CONS: “The bottom button would periodically come unsnapped while I was sitting or walking and it would ride up a little. The fabric is a little bit loud but not so much to keep me from wearing it. The lining of the jacket left little red fuzzies on my white shirt the first couple times I wore it.”
Overall it’s easy to say it’s a great coat that has lived up to its heritage.
Here are the product details as described by Woolrich:
Usually we’re dishing out kids gear around here but now there’s something fun here for you parents! Woolrich has teamed up with us to giveaway a Mountain Parka to one of you awesome readers!
———————–Congratulations Angela Averett You’re The Winner!!——————–
a Rafflecopter giveaway
And if you don’t want to wait around to see if you win the parka, because today is Cyber Monday Woolrich is giving you all a coupon code for 25% off your purchase! Use coupon code CYBER25 today only!
Today I’ll leave you all with a healthy hot cocoa recipe to keep you warm, like Woolrich, through this cold holiday season…
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