- Short Description
- Q.Shield DOWN resists heat-robbing moisture and retains maximum loft even when wet.
- Low profile quilt pattern to create heat trapping down channels for extra warmth.
- Lightweight warmth makes it incredible for layering.
- Single interior toggle hem for easy adjustment on the fly
- Soft, "Butter Jerseyâ cuffs have elastic binding to seal off cold and moisture.
- Brand Name
- Mountain Hardwear
- Closure Type
- Fabric Type
- Material Type
- Sleeve Type
- Sport Type
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So far so good! It's the middle of summer, so we will see how well this extremely lightweight jacket holds up in Minnesota winters, but I have a feeling it will be wonderful. I was really impressed with:\nThe mobility. When I raise my arms over my head, the rest of the jacket hardly moves. Seriously amazing. \nThe lightness. It's super light and super packable. \nSo far, wins all the way around.
Wished to leave this blank, as I haven't yet worn the jacket. On appearance, the jacket is good.
Very light weight and like having the hood. Warm. Compact. Only negatives little tight under arms and zipper can be difficult.
The color wansnt what I had expected at all, very metallic looking and thin. Had I kept, I would of imagined it would rip easy. It was light weight and warm, loved that it fit in its own pocket!
Great jacket! Great buy!
Great quality product at an unbeatable price. The Ghost Whisperer is just in time to keep me well-insulated for the cold, wintry climbing months ahead.
Not sure how this jacket is in the long run but it's warm and though I hate pink it doesn't look bad with the charcoal. The zippers don't feel like they drag anymore on similar jackets like the cerium Sl, I definitely love how it's fully down and doesn't make me look like too much of a marshmallow. Quality is really good for first glance.
This item got top ratings from Outdoor Gearlab and I was excited tonfind it at Gear Co-op. The color is great. I ordered the medium based on the sizing chart and it fits fine. Some people have complained about tight armpits but I did not have this problem. Ultimately I decided I needs a warmer jacket and decided sacrifice the amazing light weight of this kne for one that is heavier bit also warmer. Also, this jacket's material seems somewhat delicate and I am hard on my gear. Was afraid It would not hold up to the treatment I would probably give it in the field.