Rocky Mountain

Wind Parka : Beige

329,17 €

Rocky Mountain Featherbed was founded in Jackson Hole in Wyoming known as "the Cowboy State", U.S.A., in the late 1960s. The company created its iconic down jacket with a seamless single-piece leather yoke for cowboys. The idea of the yoke came from the leather capes that Native Americans were wearing. Its down jacket became very famous for its cold-proof and heat-retaining features like those of feather beds. The founder of Rocky Mountain Featherbed is a pioneer of using GORE TEX® that was the most high-tech materials at that time.

35 SUMMERS CO., LTD has succeeded in reproduction of the famous outdoor jackets in 2005 and even surpassed the original products after 20 years of research on the vintage Rocky Mountain Featherbed. Today, they produce unique luxury products sustaining the solid value of the brand's original traditions.

  • 100% taffeta nylon 
  • Beige
  • Parka
  • Adjustable waist
  • Nickel buttons
  • 2 flap pockets
  • Fits true to size, we recommend to order your usual size
  • Made in Japan

 

The model is wearing a size M and is 187cm/6'2'' tall.

About Rocky Mountain

Estimated delivery times between 2 and 5 days in France and between 4 and 10 days worldwide, depending on the preferred delivery method.

Free delivery in the European Union from €250 and worldwide from €350.

Exchanges and returns are accepted within 14 days of receiving your order.

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About Rocky Mountain

Rocky Mountain Featherbed was founded in the late 1960s in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, also known as "the Cowboy State," and created its iconic down vest with a seamless single-piece leather yoke inspired by Native American leather capes. The founder combined his outdoor knowledge and survival skills to develop a GORE-TEX® mountain parka with a leather yoke. After disappearing in the 1980s, the brand was revived in 2005 by the Japanese company 35 Summers Co., Ltd, who reproduced and surpassed the original products, updating the iconic design while preserving the brand's traditions.