Cabela's Windstopper Trans-Alaska Anorak Tall

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Cabela's Windstopper Trans-Alaska Anorak Tall -
Extreme warmth and durability for surviving the lowest temperatures and most intense winter conditions. Features a heavyweight nylon WindStopper® shell that blocks heat-robbing winds and resists moisture for protection from the harshest elements. Lined with 100% nylon taffeta for smooth layering. 200-gram PrimaLoft® Sport insulation delivers high-performance warmth with an ultralightweight feel, reducing bulk and increasing range of motion. Microfleece-lined hood, chin guard and insulated handwarmer pockets. Fully adjustable hood with wire brim and removable coyote-fur ruff. 3M reflective tape. Top-quality YKK® zippers throughout. Traditional pull-on design offers instant warmth and weather-blocking performance. Adjustable shock-cord waist and sweep for a custom, draft-stopping fit. 1/2-zip front for easy on and off over layers. Two zippered chest pockets. Interior security pocket. Imported.
Sizes: M-3XL.
Color: Big Mountain Blue.
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Great Layering Anorak

Last winter I used the Anorak when my other layers and medium weight parka was not warm enough.
When I left home it was -13 below zero with a 20 mile an hour wind and then started driving my snow machine 30 to 40 mile an hour going to the Yukon river.
In the first 45 minutes I was getting cold. I put on the Trans-Alaska Anorak and warmed up. I pulled it on over my parka. I'm 6'4' and 285 lbs the 3x pulls over my other layers very well. 3 hours later I was on the Yukon river and very comfortable.
Boring1 at Cabelas on 12/27/2013

colder than the artic

used these jackets three of us at between 20 to 44 below zero on a northern minn dogsledding/camping trip they were the bomb room to hold our waterbottle in the front pouch plus big gloves an a small dog if he dont bite kept us warm with reflective piping could be on the cover of mushing magazine dont try and get this jacket from me if you value your life!!!
frostbitefred123 at Cabelas on 01/07/2014