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Mountain Hardwear Thermostatic Jacket - Men's

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  • Thermal.Q™ Elite 60g insulation rivals down for significant warmth at a low weight; plus, it insulates even when wet
  • Dual hem drawcords allow quick fit adjustment
  • Zippered handwarmer pockets; low-profile elastic cuffs seal in warmth
  • Mountain Hardwear Thermostatic jacket stows into its own pocket


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Mountain Hardwear Thermostatic Jacket - Men's Specs
Best use
Nylon / nylon blend
Ripstop nylon
Polyester fibers
28 inches
9 ounces
Fabric type
Shell fabric
Shell lining fabric
Insulation type
3-in-1 jacket
Back length
Back length (in.)
Average weight

Mountain Hardwear Thermostatic Jacket - Men's

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Rated 3.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Rated 3out of5
by fromLight and warm, but.... I really like this jacket, it is not bulky but is very warm considering it's light weight, mine is Collegiate Navy blue which is like a medium - dark denim blue color with a little shine to it. It has been in the mid 20's (Fahrenheit) and I have been wearing the Thermostatic jacket with only a polo shirt underneath it and have been comfortable. This jacket combined with a 100 weight fleece and I should be good for all but the most frigid of days. My only concern is the jacket's durability, 2 of the baffles on the right forearm have stitching that is beginning to come undone and I have not subjected the jacket to any hard use. If the stitching issue becomes worse I will be contacting Mountain Hardwear for warranty repair.
Date published: 2013-12-08
Rated 4out of5
by fromUse it anytime I use this piece for climbing on Mt Washington. The coat packs well and is easy to deploy when needed above tree line. I recommend wearing a shell over the coat when wind and snow are a factor during the climb
Date published: 2014-01-24
Rated 4out of5
by fromCrazy warm This jacket is crazy warm and weighs practically nothing. I have been wearing it with air temps from 10 above to 15 below with only a t-shirt on underneath and have been toasty warm. While shoveling snow in high winds, blowing snow, and sub-zero temps, I was hot and had to unzip. The weight of the jacket makes it feel like I am not even wearing a coat. My only complaint is that when active, it does not have many options for venting heat. Of course, the lack of additional zippers does keep the jacket lighter. I have not had a chance to test the durability of it on rock or in rain yet.
Date published: 2014-02-03
Rated 4out of5
by fromGreat packable layering option Very nice packable layering option that works well as a jacket in Arizona and a mid-layer when going to colder parts of the county.
Date published: 2014-02-06

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