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  • Built with Pertex® Quantum fabric on the body to enhance breathability and Pertex® Endurance fabric on the shoulders for added weather protection and durability
  • Combination of 650-fill goose down and PrimaLoft® Silver keeps you warm and toasty
  • Fully adjustable hood with wire brim provides shelter when the storm rolls in
  • 2-way front zipper provides versatility while wearing a harness or pack
  • Chest pocket with headphone exit keeps essentials nearby and music within reach
  • Large internal stash pocket fits all the extras
  • Elastic cuffs; chin protector; drawcord hem


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Best Use Snowsports, Climbing
Fabric Nylon
Lining Fabric Nylon
Windproof Yes
Insulated Yes
Insulation Type Down / Synthetic Blend
Insulation 650-fill goose down in body, 80g PrimaLoft Silver synthetic fibers in hood, shoulders and sleeves
Hood Yes
2-Way Zipper Yes
Back Length Hip-length
Gender Men's
Weight 1 lb. 3 oz.

Size chart

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Warm! I bought this jacket impulsively while visiting rei one day. I bought it because it feels like wearing the coziest sleeping bag ever! And not in a bulky way. It has a great feel, is very warm, and blocks wind well.I also like the way it looks.Four stars because of the euro style zipper, which really isn't that bad.
Date published: 2016-09-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from warm as an oven, awkward design/cut For reference I am 5'9"/155/ 32in waist This jacket is most definitely handsome, extremely warm for its weight, and appears to be well made. It is more than warm enough for running errands or walking the dog even down in to below freezing temps. It layers well under a hard shell in really nasty weather and is like wearing a personal oven inside your outer layer. The hood is a little roomier than I like but can be cinched down effectively using the pull cords. It is a fairly minimalist jacket with only 3 zippered pockets on the left chest and the traditional hand warmers with are extremely small. There is also a mesh stash pocket on the inside for gloves/hat, ect.. My BIG complaint with this jacket however is the unusual cut. It is plenty roomy in the chest/shoulders/arms but the waist width is awkwardly tight. This can be remedied by using the bidirectional zipper but that then allows a draft up the front of the jacket and makes the waist draw cord completely pointless. The problem this causes for me is that any time i'm active (reaching up high, bending over) the jacket doesnt stay below the waist. It hurts the practicality of the jacket and takes away from what otherwise is a fantastic little belay jacket.
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome jacket, warm and sleek I love this new jacket of mine. I got it in black and dark grey and i think it looks pretty dang classy. It's warm and flexiable enough to move around in. I'm 6'3 230. I usually use wear an XL but I bought an XXL. It keeps my shoulders with some room and the sleeves long. I'd say go up a size if you have wide shoulders or long arms. I live in Idaho and will want use layers. The most expensive jacket I've ever bought but I feel like I got what I paid for. Awesome!
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect layering jacket I bought this for travel. For the light weight warmth and the flexibility it offered for use alone or for layering under a wind and water proof shell. The coat is warm and comfortable and I love the hood, particularly the adjustment that allows the hood to fit snugly and not fall forward over your face. My only quibble is with the zipper which is a bit hard to connect and start. This seems to have improved a bit with use -- either I have learned how to use it better or it has broken in and gotten easier. I liked the jacket so much I bought another one for my wife.
Date published: 2017-02-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I hope this is a redesign I bought this dual zip jacket last year. I hope it is a redesign. The zippers on the jacket I bought last year were not made well. The did not lock. More importantly I could not get the two zippers all the way down to the bottom of the coat. After two returns I realized it was the design. When I arrived at REI for the third exchange a manager literally had to force the zippers open wide enough so that I could get the thing off. Know Mammut I am sure the issue was resolved. I just thought I would be remiss were i to not write a review.
Date published: 2016-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The answer to every winter day I bought this jacket to replace an old Lands End PrimaLoft jacket that I had used for the last 7 years. I loved how versatile the old jacket was but was looking for something a little warmer with out adding too much bulk. After several weeks of research and trying on dozens of coats I finally settled on this one. I must say I could not be happier with it. I am 6' 2" and 170 lbs and the medium fits me quite well. It is a tad short on me but I like the look and feel as well as the fit in the chest and arms. I have used this in weather as warm as 40 F and as cold as -5 F. Under 30 F I always use a light wool base layer underneath and below 15 F I recommend adding a hat and scarf. I have also use this jacket as an insulation layer under a shell while down hill skiing in northern Minnesota when the temp was well below 0 F. It kept my core toasty warm while still allowing my arms a full range of motion. I noticed several people talk about how they dislike the zipper. While I have to admit that I was unhappy with it at first but with a little practice I figured out the trick to getting it to work and I have had absolutely no problems since. It's a bit slower to zip up than other jackets but it's a minor issue given how amazing the jacket is.
Date published: 2017-01-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fit, warm, light I've been trying on down jackets for the better part of 3 years to no avail. Granted, I have an odd frame (6'5", 195lbs, 33" waist, 6'10" wingspan), so the only longsleeve tops that usually fit me are XL with longer, trim waists and long arms. THIS jacket has been the only one to fit me well. The arms are long enough on the XL, the waist could be more trim but that's what the drawstrings are for, and the waist is long enough for my tall self. I haven't experienced any issues with the zippers beyond the little flap getting in the way sometimes, but that's easily remedied with one finger above the zipper pushing the flap back as you zip. I've used this under my ski jacket in 5-degree, 40-mph wind on the continental divide, camping at 11k', and it's my go-to fly fishing jacket until the Colorado sun starts warming things up in June. Couldn't be more pleased.
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value - warm and light This jacket was a big surprise. I bought it online. It is incredibly light and I was totally surprised by how warm it is. I initially thought it wouldn't be warm enough. I bought a size up and that was the right choice.
Date published: 2017-01-11
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Does this jacket stow away into one of its own pockets?

Asked by: SamK
It doesn't say packable but I have stuffed it into the inner pocket to make a decent pillow 
Answered by: Qrys13
Date published: 2017-03-23
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