Mountain Hardwear Men's Thermostatic Jacket
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- 100% Nylon
- Wind- and water-resistant
- Synthetic insulation
- 20D nylon face fabric that resists abrasion
- Elastane cuffs seal in warmth
- Block out weather
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A mid-layer climbing jacket with exceptional warmth and great mobility. Though it’s wind and water-resistant enough to wear as a standalone jacket, the Hooded Thermostatic's low profile means it especially excels under a more technical outer shell. With synthetic insulation that’s warm, lightweight, and compressible, and 20D nylon face fabric that resists abrasion. Thermal Q Elite 60-gram insulation keeps you warm and dry, 20D nylon fabric is light and tough, compresses down and stows in its own pocket for unbeatable packability, when compressed, has a caribiner loop so it can be attached to a harness, two hand warmer pockets are harness and pack-compatible, single chest pocket is harness and pack-compatible, elastane cuffs seal in warmth, block out weather, dual hem drawcords for easy adjustments on the fly, low-profile, insulated hood with elastane, for a snug fit. Material: Nylon
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Of course keeping you warm should be one of the primary functions of a jacket and this jacket does perform. The jacket is very thin so I was surprised to see how warm this jacket can keep you. I've tested it out in 40 degree weather with just a t-shirt underneath and I was feeling very warm. This jacket should have no problems keeping me warm in colder temperatures especially with a base layer in the extreme cold.
I wanted something that wasn't going to weigh down my bag if I'm bringing it along just in case. This jacket only weighs 9 oz. so that is no problem.
I wanted something that not only was going to be light but wasn't going to take half my bag to lug around. You can stow the whole jacket in it's own left pocket. I took a picture of it next to Nalgene bottle to show it packed in the pocket. I also took another picture of me squeezing it. And it can be squeezed even further to pack in even the tightest of bags.
Because I'm cheap I didn't want to spend a lot of money. Down jackets usually meet the three criterion above but can cost over $200 for a good one. This has all the features of a down jacket at a great price.
I'm using this as a midlayer in rain and snow with a shell jacket overtop but the manufacturer says it can be used as a stand alone and based on my impressions of the material I can see how that is possible.
As an outer layer, not real effective in windy conditions but great general purpose jacket. As an inner layer, it keeps you warm without constriction.
I normally fit right in between large and Xlarge. This one i had to go to the XL.
I'm a lanky 6', 150 Lbs and a medium fits well but on the snug side, good for layering over a few light shirts (it's a slim cut, there isn't much room to accommodate a gut).
I also got a hooded version in large for going between a shell and bulky sweatshirts for very cold weather.