FH-4 Photographer's Down Parka
The world’s first jacket engineered for extreme-weather photographers. Ergonomic construction allows complete freedom of movement when shooting. Bespoke pockets for batteries utilise core body heat to prolong life. Ten internal pockets co-developed with renowned polar photographers. Seam sealed to be 100% waterproof. Developed with European goose down and a graphene lining to function to -25°C. The FH-4 is inspired by pioneer Frank Hurley, Ernest Shackleton’s official photographer in Antarctica.
- Seam sealed.
- Graphene lining.
- Abrasion resistant.
- 100% Cordura shell.
- 800 fill power European goose down.
- 95% Down 5% feather insulation.
- Removable faux fur trim.
- Ergonomic hood construction
- Reflective drawcord detail.
- Reflective logo print grab strap detail.
- Pit zips.
- External access to internal pockets while zipped up???
- Expandable external drop pocket.
- No-hem lift construction.
- Internal iconography.
- Internal mesh pocket for battery storage.
- Three internal SD card pockets.
- iPad sleeve.
- Internal storm cuff.
- Upper arm zipped pocket for lens cleaner.
- 10 inner pockets.
- Drop back hem.
- Chest and sleeve logo.
- Made in Italy.
Measurements in centimetres
Sleeve length (from side neck) (2)
Body length (from shoulder to hem) (3)
Across Shoulders (4)