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VÆTREX™ Jacket and Parka Liner 0º

  • Wear it under your Arctic Parka to keep you warm down to 0°F, or by itself for comfortable warmth morning to night.
  • Zips into your Arctic Parka for protection down to 0°F.
  • Northern Outfitters Arctic Parkas and Liners are Made In America.
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Product Description

Our quilted 0° Arctic Parka Liner, constructed with our patented VÆTREX™ insulating technology, is designed to wear with our Arctic Parka Shell.  Combined they will keep you warm in temperatures ranging from 40º to 0°F.  In an extensive double-blind test performed by the UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA, Northern Outfitters VÆTREX™ liners were proven superior to any other garments available for extreme cold weather temperatures.  The results of the test concluded: "OUNCE FOR OUNCE, VÆTREX™ IS THE MOST EFFICIENT INSULATING MATERIAL AVAILABLE TODAY."  VÆTREX™ is the ideal product for any winter activity.

VÆTREX™ Liners are designed to be worn directly against the skin, but can be worn over a thin layer of polypropylene/polyester or wool/polyester blend underwear.  Don't wear 100% natural fiber underwear with these liners--it will absorb and retain mositure, which degrades the performance of our VÆTREX™ technology.  We carry two types of long underwear that have been tested with our gear and we know work well with our VÆTREX™ technology.  You can check them out, believe it or not, by clicking on the category "LONG UNDERWEAR" on the left side of your screen.

Use VÆTREX™ Liners with our Arctic Parka Shell, EXP Waterproof Arctic Parka Shell and EXP Waterproof Bib Shell.

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  1. Can be a little warm. 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Oct 2012

    They say it can be worn to 40 degrees, but it's a little warm for that. I unzipped it and that worked ok. I was glad to have it as it got dark though.