If you found yourself outdoors in this week’s bomb cyclone and weren’t quite as warm as you wanted to be, fret not. Mankind has survived much, much colder temperatures than the ones this freak storm has showered upon the East Coast of the United States, and that’s because our species has been improving one of its signature inventions, parkas, for centuries.
Parkas—the hooded, often down-filled and fur-lined jackets originally created by the Caribou Inuits—are the perfect combination of warmth and durability when it’s snowing and blustery outside. If your winter coat couldn’t stand up to the recent chill, try one of these on for size.
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