Women's Parka
Women's Parka
Women's Parka
Women's Parka
Women's Parka

Women's Parka

Regular price $199.00 Sale price $184.00

The ultimate in preparedness against the elements - for you, and for everything you’re carrying with you. Rated to sub-zero temps even on its own. Zip over the Voyageurs Hoodie or Badlands Fleece for temperature ratings down to -10F.

The Glacier Parka is our hardiest jacket for harsher conditions and colder climates. The waterproof fabric keeps you dry but is breathable to ensure your body can regulate its temperature, and the waist, hem, hood, and cuffs can all be adjusted for the perfect fit (and to keep out rain and snow).

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Glacier Parka

Waterproof fabric, seams, and zippers

Rated at 5,000mm for sustained light rain and snow.

Beverage Holder

Insulated pocket keeps drinks hot or cold.


Removable Bottle-opener

Dedicated passport pocket

Reflective safety logo


For every item purchased, we plant 3 trees.


Why is it called the “Glacier” parka?

The Glacier Parka is named for Montana's northernmost national park - Glacier National Park. There, the temperature often dip far below zero, making it a natural fit for our warmest jacket.

How do I choose the right size parka? 

Our parkas come in women’s and men sizing. Here’s how to find your perfect fit:

Measurement chart / Size chart

Which products zip into the Glacier Parka as a liner?

The Glacier Parka zips over either of our Inner Layers - the Voyageurs Hoodie or the Badlands Fleece.

What temperature range is this product rated for?

On its own, the Glacier Parka is rated for temperatures as low as 9F/-13C. See chart to compare jackets. 

Temperature chart

How can I compare the Glacier Parka to Adv3nture’s other jackets?

Check out our handy-dandy chart!

Comparison chart

What are the care instructions for this garment?

Machine wash cold, hang to dry or tumble on low heat. Do not iron.

Why do you plant three trees with every purchase?

‘Cause we love trees! They clean our air and cool down our planet, and they’re not too hard on the eyes, either. Learn more about our Three Trees Initiative here.