Since the company’s inception in 1998, lululemon has carved out a well-deserved reputation for producing exercise and fitness-focused garments characterized by their premium materials, modern construction techniques, and athletic cuts. And while the Vancouver company still primarily trades in workout clothing, lululemon has more recently decided to apply its signature MO to an adventure-ready winter vest.
Christened the Navigation Stretch Down Vest, this item affords tremendous levels of warmth despite its lightweight, water-repellent and windproof, two-way stretch construction. Boasting a shell composed of a nylon and elastane blend, the vest features 700-fill-power insulation from Grey goose feathers and down that is entirely Control Union-certified to the RDS (Responsible Down Standard). Furthermore, the vest is able to better capitalize on its organic insulation through the use of a patented ThermoChannel construction that allows for individual down channels, each individually held in place in a bid to maximize thermal retention. Made to be worn over a shirt or flannel, or underneath a shell jacket, the vest also sports a hidden hem cinch in the front hand pockets, as well as a secure interior zippered chest pocket. Offered in silver, brown, or black, the lululemon Navigation Stretch Down Vest is available now, with pricing set at $168.
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