Moose Knuckle parkas are back out on the shelves! These made in Canada, 100% down filled parkas are packed with details that'll keep you warm in any weather: water repellant exterior, down-proof lining, detachable hood with blue fur trim and drawstrings, wind flaps, and fleece-lined...

For the upcoming SS12 season Baracuta have introduced the Ridley G46 summer parka in Tobacco, Rust and Navy allowing you to embrace those April showers. This classic parka features the iconic umbrella pattern on the back and has features such as a Fraser tartan lining, metal chain loop hanger,...

been hitting runways and high streets everywhere this AW11, becoming a key outerwear trend of the season – as our very own Jos Kelly detailed with his article on Men's Parka Jackets. This parka coat stood out to us here at the FashionBeans HQ as we thought it resembled the Nigel Cabourn...

Brand new this season is the Light Pocketable Parka for men and women that come in a large range of bright spring colors such as pink, blue, purple, metallic grey, white and orange. The parka contains a thin polyurethane coating in the inner lining of these durable, water-repellent...

Earlier this year, Loopwheeler dropped the Mountain Parka in the Spring/Summer 2011 collection and it flew off the shelves in a flash. Many customers might have missed out on these so Loopwheeler decided to bring them back in three distinct colorways. There will be Grey Merange/Blue Grey and...

A statement in khaki with strong military influences, the parka is back this winter. Lined with fur and extremely practical, it is truly fun to battle the elements in style this season. My look: Cotton parka with fur trimmed hood by Saint Laurent, loose knit cardigan and striped velour tunic...

Apparently that is not necessarily so! The Paradise Down Parka is filled with 550 fill premium European goose Down insulation, so it is toasty warm, but incredibly light. The water-repellent nylon fabric feels different from other nylons, almost like a raw silk. Because of the lack of bulk,...

Depending on who you listen to, either the '90s back, the '80s back (or never left) or the '70s back. Judging by this parka, we'd definitely say '70s back. Why, you ask? Because this coat is so Huggy Bear it hurts. In fact, I'm surprised Levi's didn't get Antonio Fargas to model in their...

 

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