Cabela's Trans-Alaska Elite 650 Goose-Down Parka Tall

Priced: $439.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Trans-Alaska Elite 650 Goose-Down Parka Tall -
When staying warm is a matter of survival, this is the parka you want for the job. Protected under a layer of nature’s finest insulation, 650-fill-power goose down, you’ll stay wrapped in your own body heat and shielded from the most severe arctic conditions on earth. Anti-pilling Polarfleece®-lined chin guard, handwarmer pockets, interior cuffs and interior hood maximize comfort. Other winter-defeating highlights include a snow skirt, adjustable cord-lock system on hood and waist, removable genuine coyote-fur ruff, hook-and-loop-adjustable cuffs, and interior storm flap. Heat-pack pockets on inside of chest pockets, handwarmer pockets and the back interior of the parka. Interior cell-phone/MP3-player pocket with rubber media port. Smooth nylon taffeta lining for easy layering. 3M reflective tape details for night safety. Imported.
Tall sizes: M-3XL.
Colors: Black, Loden.
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Good Canada Goose copy!

This Parka has most of the features of a Canada Goose parka, at a third of the cost. Warm as the other brand as well! I am 6' 5" 230 Lbs (sounds big but i'm kind of a skinny non athletic guy) Large-Tall version fit perfect! i usually have to wear a XXL button up shirt so the sleeves are long enough to fit me, just to give you an idea of my size. The fur ruff is not as large and fluffy as the picture, pockets are in a goofy position to actually put your hands in. But the pockets are the same on the Canada Goose "expedition" as well. I was actually impressed by Cabelas quality! When I first seen this parka on the rack in the store, I put it on ready to to make fun of it's inferior build quality compared to a Canada Goose. I was obviously impressed enough to buy it.
Pir8Radio at Cabelas on 02/27/2013

Great Goose-Down Parka!

I do not know who designed the model of the Parka, but it is safe to say that she thought it entirely. Inscription - "Made in China" does not change absolutely. A lot of nice features, which are not found in modern and not cheap Parka.
If you live in snowy areas and continents of the world, and if the temperature of -30 Celsius and colder, then for sure it will meet your expectations, and will warm up to any wind and frost. A large number of pockets, both external and internal to you would be superfluous. I with 100% certainty, I can say that this justifies Parka money.
Thank you very much Cabela's.
dazzleman at Cabelas on 12/16/2012

Nice coat!

This is a very warm coat. We regularly have cold winters (-30 F) in northern MN, and this coat does a nice job with its 650 fill. What's also good about it is the outer fabric is very tough, not prone to puncturing easily. The pockets are large and numerous with added details such as fleece lining. The genuine coyote fur is exceptionally good at keeping your face warm when the wind is howling while ice fishing. It's getting tougher and tougher to find quality clothing today. But this coat does the job. The only improvement would be a Gore-Tex liner.
Zeke337 at Cabelas on 01/16/2013

Very WARM!

Working in Canada's Northern Ontario, where temperatures average -30C (-22F) to -40C (-40F), with wind chills down to -55C (-67F) in January, this parka, paired with the matching Trans-Alaska PrimaLoft pants kept me warm all through it, and still does. This parka is not waterproof, but who needs waterproofing? If there's water (or rain) around, then it's probably too warm outside for a parka. This is by far the best parka i've ever worn.
ScruffyScruffs at Cabelas on 02/01/2013