Sherpa Series

K2 Survivor Down Jacket - Women

Stylised functionality for explorers in extreme cold upto - 20
Sale price₹ 4,999
Best for:
Trekking
Travel

Color: Orange
Size: XS

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Designed in India

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Material: Outer Shell Nylon
Density: High-Density Poly Fill
Gender: Unisex
Product Description

Brace yourself against extreme cold with the Gokyo K2 Down Jacket from the Sherpa Series, designed to withstand temperatures as low as minus 20 degrees. This jacket is a fortress against the freeze, equipped with a lockable hood and a detachable option for versatility. Its extra locking system ensures no cold sneaks through the zipper, reinforced with a Velcro overlay. Adjustable cuffs tailor the fit to your body, while the superior downfill offers unparalleled warmth. This jacket doesn't just protect; it cocoons you in comfort, making it essential for anyone challenging the frigid outdoors. Invest in the Gokyo K2 Down Jacket for your next cold-weather adventure and experience comfort and warmth like never before. 

  • Engineered for -20 degrees
  • Hood with locking system
  • Detachable hood
  • Velcro-over-zipper seal
  • Adjustable cuffs
Wash Care & Storage
Dry Clean only. Expose to sunlight every 3 months for 6 hours.
Shipping & Delivery
Metro Cities 3-4 days
Western India 3-4 days
Rest of India 4-6 days

Product Tech Specs

  • Weight:

    50

  • Breathability:
    90%
  • Windproof:
    100%
  • Compact:
    80%

Why You'll Love It

Styling Look
Velcro-over-zipper seal
Adjustable cuffs

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A Note From The Co-founder

After nearly 3 decades of working in global apparel industry, Venki identified the need to addresss the niche segment for premium quality clothing for outdoor performance activities in India. Being an avid and passionate mountaineer himself and having already summitd the Mount Everest, Venki combined his idea and passion to create and launch Gokyo, to better serve the growing trekking community in India.