The name of this parka design is: Breastpocketanorak

 It is suitable for unisex : Unisex

The length of the parka is: thigh

The outer shell material is: Nylon ripstop Gore DryLoft

The shell fabric colour is: black

The reinforcement material used is: Nylon supplex taslan

The reinforcement material colour is: black

The lining material used is: Nylon taffeta

The lining colour is: black

The parka is Insulated with: non-chosen

The construction method used is: Double Stitch-Through

The outer appearance of the parka is: non-chosen

From shoulder to hem the back of the parka has x panels: 5

The inner appearance of the parka is : non-chosen

The Reinforcement patches are located at:  Sholders and Elbows and cuffs

Back Drawcord Waist Adjustment : checkbox

 Plain Sleeve: checkbox

 Mitten attachment rings on sleeves: checkbox

sleevecuff-knitted: checkbox

hood-attach- Permanently : checkbox

hood-fit- Close Snug fitting : checkbox

hood-close-drawstring: checkbox

hood-shape-balaclava: checkbox

hood-adjust-Drawstring or Shockcord around face : checkbox

hood-adjust-2 Rear Volume Adjusters : checkbox

hood-ofeat- Chin Protector : checkbox

front-half-zip Pullover style: checkbox

front-zip: checkbox

front- Single Storm Flap : checkbox

front- Double Storm Flap : checkbox

front-inner flap-no: checkbox

front-flaps nsulated-no: checkbox

collar-none: checkbox

pocket- Cargo Chest Pocket : checkbox

pocket-waist pouch: checkbox

pocketchestclose-velcro Double Storm flap zip: checkbox

pockets insulated-yes: checkbox

pockets insulated-no: checkbox

pockets fleece-no: checkbox

yourparkafeatures: My favourites are the 'pullover head
anorak style'parkas.
With large breastpocket and zip which must reach over chin, mouth and nose, to
create an almost complete face protecti-
on for the wearer.
Front zip (face zip) must be covered by
an extra stormflap, which also covers
the lower part of the face.
Stormflap can be secured by press studs.

This style of anoraks cq parkas where and are still very popular in Scandina-
via and not at least in Greenland or Arc
tic expeditions during the past.

I still wear them as well, made from po-
lin and double texture.

yourname: Gerd

Address2: The Netherlands

no-your parkas: 10 

your favorite parka: All pullover style, see above.
Some are made from very heavy PVC, made
in Norway many years ago and also with
storm (face) flaps, to protect the lower
part of my face, including nose.

It are sailing anoraks/ parkas by the way.