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Perfect functioning parka
By far the most premium parka I have bought and it's been well worth it. The down and the goretex combo is fantastic and I feel incredibly warm with even a t shirt on. I run cold during the winter so I still layer a bit under the parka. One critique is I wish the snorkel hold didn't always clash into my chin / lower jaw, if that was res... Read Moreolved while maintaining the same functionality it would be the perfect parka.
Perfect Warmth for the North East
I live on the West side of Texas. Our winters are not as cold as the ones experienced in the North East region of the USA, so I was searching for a super warm parka but at the same time light. It didn't disappoint. It's really warm, and light compared to other ones out there. During this month of use, I mainly use it for commutes to work.... Read More I hope I can take you soon for a hike or the mountains. While I was in Chicago I had snow and rain and it truly lives up to its name. it kept me warm and dry! The only complaint I have it takes too much space and its kind of a hustle carrying it around when you are traveling at least once a week, but not everything is perfect, and like I said it's much lighter than some of the competition in the market but it's really warm! It also has the right amount of pockets, one for your cellphone up front or to store your wallet for easy access and another inside that's huge!! I normally use that pocket to stash my beanie or gloves.
Solar flare or parka?
I live in CO and never wanted to get cold in the winter, so I got this parka. I went for an hour walk in 5F, with a down jacket on under the parka, and felt fine. I agree with the reviews complaining about no insulated pockets. It would be a nice feature. However, I do not mind wearing gloves to counteract this.
Overall good coat
I am very happy so far with the purchase. The coat is extremely warm and has several nice features. I love the hood and how high the coat zips up and provides wind coverage from your neck and face. My one issue is the pockets on the outside have zippers and they are the only pockets for your hands to go in. It can be irritating. Also insides the ... Read Morepockets and hood is the same material as the interior material of the jacket. Ive noticed in more high end coats there is a fleece lining/ warmer softer material. All in all its a great jacket especially for the cost.
As advertised this jacket is very warm and waterproof. Great for serious Idaho winters. My only complaint is that it does not really have a collar. The top of the jacket blends into the hood. So if you are trying to wear it with just a hat or manage the warmth by not using the hood it is kind of a pain and in the way.
Light and stylish yet warm and windproof
Love this coat. I was hesitant at first; I don't generally operate in that budget range for clothing, but this purchase was very well worth every penny. This replaced a heavier down coat and I was worried at first when I noticed the light weight. Nothing to worry about; a few days after delivery we were hit with zero degree weather with hefty... Read More windchills on top, and the coat was nice and cozy. Love the look (particularly the large buttons and how they are attached) which works in an urban setting while keeping you warm in the winter like mountaineer gear.
Warmest Coat I Own
I would highly recommend this coat. I have a new puppy, so I am outside often on walks. With the recent cold weather, this coat has been a lifesaver. Not only is the down exceptionally cold, but the hood is phenomenal. Its design prevents wind, rain and snow from getting to my face, and the Gore-Tex is waterproof. I have found myself outside for a ... Read Moreloooong time, in cold windy and wet weather, hardly impacted. There are some minor design improvements, however, that can help a lot. The phone pocket is nice, on the interior, but it seems to always be blocked by the outer buttons. The phone zipper and the coat zipper are often in the same position, making it harder to distinguish one from the other when out in bad weather. The bottom zipper makes it challenging to zip the coat. It took me 2 weeks to finally learn what sequence is needed to cleanly zip the coat. All that said, this coat is a godsend, and is one I expect to cherish for years to come!
The perfect winter parka
I love everything about this parka. It was clearly designed by, and for, people who spend long periods outdoors in extremely cold conditions. I especially love the snorkel hood, Hoods are always the weak link in parkas. This parka has no weak links of any kind; it really is perfect.
Way too large
I ordered this jacket in XS expecting it would fit me, as I have the XS Topley parka which fits me perfectly. However, this jacket was way too large/long for me (I'm 5'5). This is very disappointing as I really liked the jacket otherwise. I really wish Patagonia would start making clothes for shorter-than-average people in the future.
Response from PatagoniaNovember 30, 2022
Hi William, sorry about the sizing issue. Please feel free to begin a [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) at your earliest convenience.
Very warm but the pockets
Its in many reviews, a jacket at this enormous price point should have insulated pockets! The jacket is for extreme cold, in that condition don't you need warm hands? Thats the one feature where this jacket fails- all else is great. Extremely warm, hood keeps out the cold, stylish but not too bulky.
Response from PatagoniaAugust 25, 2022
Thank you for sharing this feedback, Jonathan. We will be sure to pass it on to our product design team. If the pocket issue should be too much of a drawback, please remember we'll be happy to help you [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) it.
A few things shy of 5
I bought this at the end of last winter and now have another winter of wearing it. Its a great coat, very warm, keeping me warm in Bostons single-digit and cold windy days. I usually wear it when it goes below 30º; I wear my Fitzroy from 30º to 40º or so. I get lots of compliments for the style, that its not a big puffy Michelin man look. I wou... Read Moreld like to see a few changes to make it a perfect jacket and get to 5 stars: 1) Make the hood removable; there are only a few times when I was glad I had it. It really gets in the way when driving 2) Give us pockets on BOTH sides of the inside of the jacket. I just cant understand why designers think we only want/need one pocket (interior mesh one as well as the smaller one along the zipper) as Im carrying glass cases (sunglasses & reading glasses), phones (iPhone 13 Pro Max), battery pack/charger/cable, along w/ hat and gloves, and other small items 3) I really need/want polartec-lined hand warmer inserts behind the main side pockets; another jacket has this and I love it 4) The zipper is really a PIA to get started; it generally takes me 3-4 times to get it aligned properly. For a premium-priced jacket it should be painless, start on one try (and should have the features I ask for above).
Response from PatagoniaMarch 17, 2022
We appreciate your detailed feedback on the features and warmth of this parka, Chris!
The perfect casual winter parka
I love this parka the longer I own it. It's the perfect parka for casual use. It's well designed and possibly even overbuilt for a piece of casual wear. Warm as a sleeping bag while being stylish and attractive. Really good DWR treatment and water proof material. Machine washable, just make sure you zip it inside out. Compare this to a ce... Read Morertain popular Canadian parka brand and you will see it for the incredible value it actually is.
Very Warm and Incredibly Good Looking
I bought this coat because I don't need a parka often, but when I do it's usually for work or leisure travel. So, I wanted a coat that looked really good and would also keep me warm. I absolutely love the way this coat looks, and it has performed well in keeping me warm when I need it to. The only thing that I don't love is that the ... Read Morepockets in the front aren't insulated to the outside, so you better always have a pair of gloves handy.
Very warm but the pockets!
I love this jacket, its super warm you can go out in very cold weather and feel great. The fit looks good and the hood is comfortable as well. The one downside is the to hand pockets are not insulated for some reason. My hands get cold and dont warm up well! I dont know why they wouldnt insulate the hand pockets, all my other less expensive Patagon... Read Moreia jackets have insulated hand pockets
Excellent for the coldest days
Well-made parka. I can wear this by itself down to about 15F/-9C and stayed warm with one puffy under it in -5F/-20C. The cuffs are an excellent feature, they fit snugly and keep the cold out. The hood is large and extraordinarily warm. I've used this mostly for getting around school (I go to school in New Hampshire) and also for casual hikes.... Read More It's very functional as an urban coat, but not super multifunctional: less useful on the outdoors front (the buttons are a little fashion-y and don't add function, I would maybe scrap the flap). My least favorite feature of the jacket is the two-way zipper. I'm not sure what the intended function is, but I've never used the bottom zipper and spend way too much time fiddling with the zipper. I would just make it a single zipper. The size is nice, though, makes it easier with gloves on. Pockets aren't super warm by themselves, but that makes a little sense given this is designed for very cold days. Thus far, the jacket has been durable and looked no worse for the wear. My biggest fear is that the hook loop which I use each day will give out, I think that's the biggest vulnerability but it seems sturdy. Unsure of how repairable it is, but hopefully won't need to for a long time. Bottom line: this jacket fits well, is extremely warm, is without too many frills, is elegant, and I would absolutely recommend it for anyone going to school in really cold places. If you're not going to see single digits or below, maybe go with the tres parka.
Im a 65+ first generation Sicilian living in NH. I love outdoor winter activity but hate being cold. It is windy always where we are. Since my coat arrived, the temperature has dropped into low single digits. We walk our dogs every morning, regardless. This coat is THE BEST. I have both delighted and shocked at how warm it is. And it is perfect for... Read More the just above freezing windy and wet weather weve enjoyed as well.
Great Urban Jacket
Great urban jacket that protects well from the wind and beads light rains off pretty easily. It wears fairly warm in a t-shirt for 20-30 degrees while outside for a shirt while. The insulated baffle is a nice touch as well and the hood isnt so terrible. Jacket looks weird if you dont button as well so be prepared to button constantly. The body is... Read More a little too large for the medium and I would have preferred the small if the sleeves werent too short when extended and bottom a little too tight. Small downside is that the interior quickly stains due to body oils. Well see how the exterior holds up over time.
scuba hood far too small for big headed people
First the bad: the hoodie is very small for my head, or my neck is too long. I feel carrying the weight of the parka on my head. this only gets worse when wearing a beanie underneath. the scuba hood covers my nose with the goretex waterproof material, which in turns causes condensation to build up, which causes anything below my nose to get soaked.... Read More The good: super warm and right fit else where. the big buttons is a hit for me since I am too lazy to zip it up. Glad there is no velcro.
So Good, So Close
First off, the materials, finishing and overall quality of this jacket are fantastic. The jacket feels warm and sturdy without being bulky or constrictive, and the blue color looks very simple and clean. I would have kept the jacket as a lifelong layer to battle the cold, but for me the snorkel hood is just a deal breaker. I understand the purpose ... Read Moreand it certainly seems it would do the job, but for wear in the cold where peripheral view is necessary, the hood totally precludes it. That said, if Patagonia updates the jacket with a modified hood design then I'll be at the front of the line.
Best Winter Investment
As a surf photographer based out of the mid-Atlantic, I bought this for the brutally cold days standing on the beach. My first experience with the jacket was shooting a swell during a blizzard in New York. I was blown away by the warmth with only a long sleeve shirt underneath. I could not have lasted the entire day on the beach without it. After w... Read Moreearing the jacket a few more times I have found that no matter how windy or cold outside it is, this jacket has you covered. All of my friends envy it every time I wear it and I definitely consider picking one up.
After moving from New Jersey to accept a job in Portland, Maine, I quickly realized that my Nano Puff, R1, and capilene base layer combination which had served by well 90% of the time in winters previous performed like a warm t-shirt at this windy latitude. I needed something much much warmer. When I find myself outside these days it's usually... Read More because I'm birding, which can involve fast-paced walking or even running, but mostly involves standing still while looking through a spotting scope. And in the winter time, scoping through sea duck flocks can be a miserable experience if you are not dressed properly (and for me it usually was up until this purchase). Enter the Frozen Range Parka. Believe it or not, the decision of which coat to buy wasn't terribly difficult. I wanted something that would keep me extremely warm, hot even, no matter how cold it was outside, but wasn't going to make me looking like a marshmallow when I wanted to wear it on a date (check out the Mountain Hardwear Men's Absolute Zero Down Parka for a laugh). Patagonia's main competition when it comes to parkas are Arcteryx and Canada Goose, but when I factored in how relatively lightweight the Frozen Range was, in addition to Patagonia's unbeatable Ironclad Guarantee, the decision became a no brainer. Stylish, yet functional, the Frozen Range Parka completely changed my quality of life. I no longer dreaded being outside in the winter time, and I instantly came to find out that when I was able to maintain my core warmth, my hands no longer felt like they were going to fall off! Some people don't like the snorkel style hood because of the reduced visibility, but trust me, when you finally need to put the hood up (like me this week when a small blizzard came whipping across the marsh complex), you'll be glad you had the extra protection. This is one of the many reasons, including weight, coverage, and price, I think this parka is superior to the Frozen Range 3-in-1. My only critique after a few months of wearing the parka is that the giant buttons on the front are a bit unnecessary. I have only used them once, and they honestly take too much time to bother with. I wish the coat had snap close buttons like the Frozen Range 3-in-1, but it's definitely not a deal breaker. Now, don't get me wrong, I CAN still feel a shiver while wearing this parka, but I think that's mostly influenced by how insulated my head, hands, and feet are, in addition to how hungry I am. Never neglect to wear proper underlayers when the temperatures dictate. Thanks for keeping me warm, Patagonia!
Uninsulated outer pockets are a dealbreaker
Love the overall design of this parka, and if the outer pockets were insulated I would go so far to say this parka was perfect. Unfortunately, for a "frozen range" winter parka, uninsulated zippered outer pockets is a deal breaker for me. After a few snow days in this parka, and despite loving its look and feel, not having functional oute... Read Morer pockets makes it unsuitable. If you have cold hands like myself, then you will have to always keep a pair of gloves/mittens with this jacket, otherwise it's frozen doom for your fingers. At risk of coming off as a review-troll, I'm giving this product one-star because I want to make sure Patagonia sees it and takes note. Doesn't matter how warm a parka is if there's no place for your hands to get toasty then it's dependent on another product: gloves. It's baffling how these outer pockets passed user testing and design reviews -- what were they thinking for such a high end item? Not only are the outer pockets uninsulated but they also face forwards, causing the zippers to pinch your wrists with an awkward tension on the pocket corners when your hands are in them. All in all, the outer pockets are only suitable for storage. I will gladly purchase an updated version of this parka design as everything else about it is delightful and very functional. But the outer pockets are so bizarre, it's almost insulting that Patagonia would overlook (and overcomplicate) such a critical feature (i.e. insulated outer pockets!) on an item that is as expensive as this. If gloves sufficiently keep your hands warm on the coldest of days, then this parka is good for you. But if you have cold hands like me and need insulated outer pockets (even when wearing gloves) then unfortunately this parka is probably not suitable for you.
Outside pockets are oddly designed
Love this parka, but if you have cold hands like I do, the outside pockets are a letdown. This parka would be perfect if the outside pockets weren't facing forwards (making it awkward to easily insert your hands into them, especially while wearing gloves), and also the outside pockets are *on the outside of the insulation* which makes them mo... Read Morestly just storage pouches. This parka is so close to being perfect, except the outside pockets are confounding in their design -- surely Patagonia had a reason for making them this way, but they seem "backwards" in the two ways that I mentioned. All in all, this is still my favorite parka to date.
Response from PatagoniaMarch 5, 2021
Thanks for your feedback! We appreciate your detailed thoughts on the pocket design as it helps to make improvements to future iterations.
For warmth this is far better than the Tres 3 in1
If you are debating whether to buy this coat or the Tres 3 in 1, if warmth is your concern pay the extra $100 and buy the Frozen Range Parka. I bought both coats and I was cold in the Tres 3 in1 on a 10 minute dog walk in 25 degree weather. I went on the same dog walk in the same weather with the Frozen Range Parka and was toasty throughout. Patago... Read Morenia was great about returning the Tres 3 in1. For sizing I am between 5'9' and 5'10" and weigh 155 lbs. The large was a good fit. It was a little roomy but fits nice with a sweater. A medium would be too tight if you are my size and wear a layer underneath.
I've had lots of jackets over the years and this one of the best. Super warm, great fit, and good coverage. This is the first parka I've owned that drops this low and it's great. The second zipper allows for me zip up from the bottom for access to pants pockets. The jacket pockets are deep and allow me to hold two nylon dog leashes (... Read More6' each) in one pocket. The giant collar has been great in the cold and wind and the hood is there for next level warmth. Clearly, I'm a big fan!
Excellent! Super Warm
This is an Excellent Parka. I highly recommended. The Parka is Lightweight, waterproof, very sophisticated buttons and beautiful. The pockets are deep enough for your cellphone, wallet, keys, and even gloves and hat. The hood is amazing warm. I get many compliments. The investment is worthy. Thanks Patagonia!!!
Its never too cold now
Great cold weather parka. Built solid, looks great and keeps you toasty in sub-zero temps. Perfect for walking the dog on frigid Vermont mornings. Would be nice to have a draw cord inside to keep any drafts out, but has not been an issue. The hood looks a little goofy on the web site, but looks good in real life, and works great.
Great winter coat
I love this coat. At first I purchased the mens tres jacket but was concerned it wasnt going to be warm enough for the frigid northeast winters. I returned it and decided to go with the parka. Im glad I made the choice. Its very warm and looks great. I get many compliments on it. The hood is incredible. Im a big scarf guy and havent felt the need f... Read Moreor one since getting this jacket. I also love how the bottom unzips so I can sit comfortably in it while driving. I definitely recommend.
Really 4.5 stars...Nice Jacket
I wanted a jacket for really cold winter days (<25º) here in Boston, like today (12º in the 'burbs this AM). This jacket is perfect for that, without looking too puffy like the VII; great to wear to work & on biz trips. And not too bulky in the car, either. Also, waterproof was a key requirement for those cold sleety days. I'm 5&#... Read Morex27; 8", 152 lbs, 42" chest, 32-33 sleeves and the M fits well; just a tad long in the sleeves but manageable. A few things that keep it short of a 5: 1. I too find the inner cuffs to be slightly loose, and worry about their performance over time (stretching out & losing their seal. I really prefer and like the flexibility of a velcro strap to tighten it up, even though it may have 'cheapened' the jacket. 2. The pockets aren't cut for casually putting your hands in; I really miss a 'sleeve' behind the pocket, that's lined with polarfleece. Many of my other jackets have this and it's great. 3. When will jacket mfgrs give us two large interior pouch pockets? iPad in one and gloves +/or hat in the other. Same for the inner zipper pocket along the chest as we have lots of electronics/accessories these days-give us a 2nd! 4. The bottom zipper frequently gets stuck on the surrounding material; I tend to use this a lot when driving. Takes a bit of working it to 'unzip' upwards.
Warm and comfortable
This parka is extremely warm. In milder weather (30F) at a brisk walk I was actually overheating. The "snorkel" hood is very good at keeping wind and elements off your face, but dramatically reduces peripheral vision. The material is soft and comfy, and the buttons, zippers, etc. all seem very high quality. The mesh phone pockets are incr... Read Moreedibly irritating and there really seems to be no need for them. There's also an internal "pocket" which is large and extremely loose - good for tucking a hat and gloves into, not good for anything you want to be sure won't fall out (like a phone/wallet/keys). Finally, the external pockets are not insulated . . . which is again a bizarre choice for a parka geared towards extremely cold weather. Overall a fantastic product with a couple minor design quibbles.
Best investment to get my partner to shut up about being cold
I bought this for my partner mainly because he's a wuss with the cold, and gets sick easily, and loves 90deg weather but is forced to be in the NE with me. I saw that hood, and immediately knew that while it looked weird, it was perfect. My partner could go out while having his head and face completely covered and he'll never complain abo... Read Moreut cold ears. The body of the jacket is perfect for him, and he's never complained about being cold anymore. The pockets have been extremely nifty. The inside pocket is spacious enough to fit 2 boba teas to sneak into movie theatres. He's taken this snowboarding too, and found it cushy enough for his falls on the bunny slope. Overall, best investment I've made, for his warmth and my sanity.
super warm and a puffy down jacket
I was so lucky to buy this last large one on the website at a sale price. The color is exactly what I expected and because it's a winter gear, i prefer a larger size (I normally wear M) to cover more inside clothes. It's not heavy but worm, the shell material gives a thick and Wearable feature.
I previously purchased this coat in another color last winter ( weird ocre/orange) and ended up returning it. I thought the buttons might be an issue with gloves and that the hood lacked adjustments. I was wrong- I re-ordered it just recently as I find it hard to find a parka to fit my needs. It is too warm out to really test it yet but Im really d... Read Moreigging this military inspired green. Harkens back to the old N3b parkas. The hood is an excellent neck and chin shroud if like me you get cold in that area. Cuffs are excellent and buttons are no problem for gloves ( I checked.) On top of all that it looks great on!
First and best parka I own
Very stylish thigh length parka. I got the coffee color and love the color. The oversized buttons adds the perfect touch. This also has a elastic sleeve to keep cold draft out. Snorkel is the best feature, especially when wind chills and rain hampers your commute. I would highly recommend this product before it is gone!
* Excellent coverage - full to hips (the 3-in-1 uses a jacket, not a parka for insulation layer but this parka is full length warmth) * Stylish - a lot of compliments on the color, style, and overall composure of this parka * Warmth - unless you pack in multiple layers you won't overheat, but rather you'll be super comfortable in anything... Read More cold (provider you wear something under this) * Performance - 2 layer Gore tex really blocks out the wet! Wind it no match for this hip-length shield either. 44oz but feels lighter and is vs other maker's parka weights * Hood - I happen to love the snorkel hood. If you want it but want peripheral vision then rethink this as you cannot have both. Unzip the parka a bit and the hood won't be snorkel. * Fit - true to size: I'm medium in every Patagonia item - 6' 1" 156lb and fits perfectly. I can layer under this (not that I really need it), but an R1 or R2 or down sweater work great.
Warm and sytlish, but a couple downsides
Really like the look of the jacket, especially buttoned up. I've received multiple compliments. I was warm at a standstill down to about 25F with a light wind wearing just a t-shirt underneath. Below that I layered a nano puff underneath and was more than warm enough at 0F with -20F wind chill (again with no activity). 5'7", 165 lbs... Read More, athletic build, a Small is juuust large enough to layer a flannel, the aforementioned nano puff, and this jacket. Length is great. Two way zipper is appreciated but the bottom one somehow manages to be very difficult to get on track and operate barehanded and essentially impossible with gloves. Like another reviewer mentioned, the elastic cuffs seem a bit loose. A thumbhole in the cuffs would've been better, especially to get the cuffs under a pair of thick gloves that you'll obviously be wearing in the intended temperatures of this jacket. My main complaint is the supposed "handwarmer" pockets are useless because they are in front of, rather than inside the insulation. You will absolutely regret if you forget your gloves. Presumably this is to optimize their production of this jacket and the 3-in-1 version, but this quite frustrating especially at this price point. I like it the hood, but of course it comes with a complete loss of peripheral vision. However, it's very warm and keeps the wind out well. Overall happy with the parka, but these missed details make it feel like I overpaid.
The Socially Acceptable Way to Wear a Sleeping Bag
This coat is insanely warm but not OVERLY boxy/bulky despite its armor-like insulation. It's actually really stylish for how insulated it is. The snorkel hood makes hats and scarves and all the other usual winter accessories superfluous. It's already gotten into the single digits Fahrenheit here in Milwaukee and this jacket has stood the ... Read Moretest just fine. As for fit, I'm 6'0" and 190 lbs, and this Medium fits me perfectly.
sups cute but...
The look of this coat is super cute and the coat itself does keep you pretty warm in cold temps. though, here are some suggestions that would make it EVEN warmer: longer, tighter sleeve cuffs(with thumb loop—this keeps them secure), replace the cell phone pockets with fleece pockets for additional hand warmth, velcro not buttons :( for ease even th... Read Moreough the buttons look super cute. Here are some things i absolutely LOVE about the jacket: the hood—controversial, I know, but the mere size of its designed helps keep you warm even when its not on—, the secret wallet pocket left of the zipper, and the sturdiness of the buttons. Y'all did it right!
Couldn’t believe a coat could be this warm
After reading the previous reviews I decided to wear my new parka outside to test it out . It was 35 degrees out, I only had a t shirt under the parka . I was SO WARM!! I couldn’t believe a coat would keep me so warm . It was like it wasn't cold out. When I zipped up the snorkel hoody it was like icing on the cake . I was even warmer . It’s al... Read Moreso very stylish . I am only 5”5 with broad shoulders and an athletic build . I bought a medium. The jacket didn’t make me have a square shape like a lot of jackets do on me. The color is great as well .
A bit pricey but a very stylish and warm jacket. After freezing every time I visit the in laws in Minnesota during the winter I thought I should invest in a proper winter jacket. Haven't had a chance to face the elements with the jacket but I am confident it might give me a fighting chance. Immediate warmth as soon as I put on the jacket. I we... Read Morear small in all Patagonia outerwear and this fits true to size for the fitment I like. I'm 5'9" 165lbs male.
despite being told not to buy this jacket from a salesperson in the chicago store because it will be too hot and not breathable, i bought it anyways. all i have to say is that this jacket has changed my whole outlook on chicago winter. i use it to walk about a mile to and from work. totally agree with the previous reviewer- feels like a cozy impene... Read Moretrable sleeping bag yet somehow still manages to have city style. highly recommend!
Consider adding graphic patterns to Parka fabrics
Patagonia is always tasteful and minimalist and I respect that, but I think the kind of fabric patterns found on the Synchilla Pullovers could be applied to the Parka lineup. One of the biggest reason I have yet to buy a top-tier Patagonia parka is that **all the options are incredibly drab**. Of course, bland colors should always be an option for ... Read Moresuch high-end items, but please incorporate some fun patterns as well.
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