Vollebak Down Jacket

Puffer jackets aren't exactly the most durable pieces in the technical outerwear space but Vollebak wants to change that with a piece with a down jacket made from Dyneema. Used in body armor and industrial applications, the material is incredibly durable, slash-proof, and is rated to keep you warm at extreme temperatures. And we're talking -40 Fahrenheit extreme. The jacket features 600+ fill power that uses insulation made from recycled plastic bottles, Cordura accents, a full lining, and two-way front zippers. 

$995, vollebak.com

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