93% polyester, 7% aramid fiber. Flame-resistant woven Tabiki fabric. Dual zip fastening with press stud storm flap. Drawcord hood. Raglan sleeves. Mesh pocket on chest with drawcord closure. Chest pocket with Velcro closure. Chest mesh pocket. Velcro cuffs. Zippered welt pocket on waist. Two front patch pockets with press stud flaps. Two slash pockets. Drawcord hemJapanese sizing – consider sizing up. Serious outwear doesn’t come more serious than this Tabiki Mountain Parka from Nanga. ‘Tabiki’ means ‘fire’ in Japanese, so it should come as no surprise that these are made from some mighty fine, flame-resistant woven polyester stuff that feels damn near indestructible, and should offer a bit of protection next time a group of adolescent ruffians shoot fireworks at you on your way to the off-license. The design is pretty life-affirming too – Nanga has clearly taken inspiration from the mountain parkas of yore, but has souped it up with a bunch of nifty details you’d never find on grandad’s parka: the sheer amount of useful pocketry being the standout examples.