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AERIAL DOWN PARKA PACKABLE
AERIAL DOWN PARKA PACKABLE
AERIAL DOWN PARKA PACKABLE
AERIAL DOWN PARKA PACKABLE
AERIAL DOWN PARKA PACKABLE
AERIAL DOWN PARKA PACKABLE
AERIAL DOWN PARKA PACKABLE
AERIAL DOWN PARKA PACKABLE
AERIAL DOWN PARKA PACKABLE
AERIAL DOWN PARKA PACKABLE
AERIAL DOWN PARKA PACKABLE

NANGA

AERIAL DOWN PARKA PACKABLE

¥43,450

From town to mountain. Waterproof highly functional down jacket
NANGA is one of the most popular down jackets that has been making an explosive hit in recent years.
The products manufactured by down maker representing Japan are not only popular in Japan but also rapidly increasing in popularity overseas.

Down jacket approved in the United States.
The products developed as USA-only items have been well received overseas and are now on sale in Japan!
Cold spots can be minimized by adopting a quilt thickness that matches the amount of feathers and by blocking the outside air with shirring rubber at the hood and cuffs.
It is lightweight and has a pocketable specification that is easy to carry.

Fabric 10×7dn Ripstop nylon
Batting Spanish duck down 90-10% (760FP)
Feather amount 65g
Total weight 270g

MADE IN JAPAN

Length: S/65cm, M/67cm, L/71cm, XL/75cm
Bust: S/108cm, M/112cm, L/120cm, XL/128cm
Hem width: S/108cm, M/112.6cm, L/120.6cm, XL/128.6cm
Sleeve length: S/67.5cm, M/68.5cm, L/70.5cm, XL/71.5cm
Waist: S/102.8, M/106.8cm, L/114.8cm, XL/122.8cm



What is NANGA
A sleeping bag manufacturer born in the town of Feather, which started in 1941 from the origin of the Omi cotton cotton futon by the previous Akira Yokota.
The company name "Nanga" is derived from "Nanga Parbat" in the Himalayas.
Nanga Parbat is the 9th highest mountain in the world with an altitude of 8126m, and is also feared to be known as "human-eating mountain". Akira Yokota's thoughts are included: "Because it is difficult, let's do it, everyone will climb the climb."

The particular focus of NANGA is down.
We have been able to continue to make warmer feather products by utilizing the know-how we have accumulated over many years in feather selection, washing and management.