Everest Parka

The Everest Parka is synonamous with Nigel Cabourn design. It was first introduced in the 2003 'The Ascent of Cabourn' Limited Edition I collection, inspired by Sir Edmund Hillary's ascent of Everest in 1953 and the clothes he and his team wore on their journey the summit.

The Everest Parka is down filled using the finest goose down available, combined with a 100% Cotton Ventile shell. It has real Coyote fur trim around the hood and can stand cold in excess of minus 40 Degrees.

Hilary wore his Parka on Everest and again crossing Antarctica in 1957 - 1958, and the Nigel Cabourn Everset Parka continues to feature as a classic piece each winter.