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PATAGONIA FROZEN RANGE PARKA
PATAGONIA FROZEN RANGE PARKA
PATAGONIA FROZEN RANGE PARKA
PATAGONIA FROZEN RANGE PARKA
PATAGONIA FROZEN RANGE PARKA
PATAGONIA FROZEN RANGE PARKA
PATAGONIA FROZEN RANGE PARKA
PATAGONIA FROZEN RANGE PARKA

PATAGONIA FROZEN RANGE PARKA

27975
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€483.33 €604.17 -20%
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Élégante parka chaude, imperméable et respirante, garnie de duvet 100% recyclé au pouvoir gonflant de 700 cuin (duvet d’oie et de canard provenant d’articles en duvet usagés) ; longueur aux cuisses. Confection Fair Trade Certified™

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  • 100% Recycled Polyester
  • Code du produit: 27975 
  • Color of product:  Beige  
  • Fit Normal

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About PATAGONIA

In 1957, Yvon Chouinard, an American climbing enthusiast, judging that the pitons he uses are not strong enough, decides to make his own equipment, reusable steel pitons and carabiners, in a small workshop in the back. -our home of his parents in Burbank, near Los Angeles. He then makes a living selling equipment he makes from the trunk of his car.

In 1965, he joined forces with Tom Frost, climber and aeronautical engineer. The artisanal manufacture then becomes industrial. He opened his first store, Great Pacific Iron Works, in the seaside town of Ventura, California. In the 1970s, Chouinard Equipment became the first supplier of climbing equipment in the United States. In 1972, she decided to replace in her catalog pitons that damage the rock by aluminum jammers, inventing the "clean climb". The same year, the company offers solid outdoor items and clothing (polyurethane-coated rain anoraks, bivouac bags made in Scotland, gloves and Austrian mittens in boiled wool, reversible "schizo" caps) and in 1973 takes the name from Patagonia.

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