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The feel of this jacket definitely reflects the price. Luxurious yet built to withstand the elements means I feel very prepared for the new England weather. Only gripe I have with this jacket is I wish the zipper wash a little more chunkier since it's hard to Zip up with gloves on.
Best warm jacket I have ever owned. Well worth the money and infinitely better than more expensive and well known makes. Magnetic buttons superb
Been waiting a very long time to get this coat. So happy I have it and satisfied with it. Although I live in NYC with an average winter climate, on those colder days I know I have what I need. I no longer need to layer up, and I have comfort with one coat.
I was shopping for a well made, high loft down parka. One with “real fur” trim!
My new parka from Triple F.A.T. DOWN met all my basic requirements. And more!
I admit that I was skeptical about the use of “magnetic snaps”. To my pleasant surprise, after using them, I have become quite fond of the magnets.
I do love the Triple F.A.T. parka that I purchased. I admit that now I kind of wish that I had chosen the longer length model of offered in your parka selection. The longer coat would have given my skinny old butt a bit more wind protection. It is not a big problem though. With insulated snow pants, I’ll keep my bottom warm and easily live with that issue.
I do have one small suggestion for a minor improvement in your parka designe. Regarding the “hook-and-loop” fastener at the neck/caller of the hood. I do like the ease and effectiveness of “hook-and-loop” fasteners. But, I have found that when not in use, and exposed the ”hook” side attracts all manner of fuzz, string, hair, and any manner of loose crap that might float about. I have found that the unused hooks eventually become clogged and less functional. (Not to mention somewhat “unsightly”)
A simple solution that I have noticed used by some manufacturers solves this annoyance. They have installed a second small additional piece of “loops”. On “hook” side of the opening. Just close enough to the “hooks” so that the when un-used, the “hooks” can be turned back and fastened out of harm’s way.
That simple solution does keep the “hooks” clean and ready for their next use. I would like that convince on my otherwise wonderful new parka.
Thanks for listening,
Ronald P. Wold
It can drop to 10*F - 20*F in Boston, and the Huron keeps me very warm during those days. I took it with me to Killington, VT during a weekend trip and it was the perfect jacket to have throughout the day and kept me warm during the nights out. I’m a slim guy, 6’1” and the medium fits well. The magnets are a really nice touch. Overall, a really good investment if you live in a colder area!