Flylow Gear General's Down Hoody

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The water repellent Generals Down Hoody offers all the warmth of a burly down coatthanks to 800-fill water-resistant European goose downbut in a surprisingly light and packable form.

- CampSaver.com

This water-repellent hoodie offers all the warmth of a burly down coat--thanks to 800-fill-power European goose down--but in a surprisingly light and packable form.

- REI

CLOSEOUTS . Call the shots in cold conditions with the packable warmth of Flylowand#39;s Generaland#39;s down hooded jacket. The ultralight, wind- and water-resistant, mini-ripstop shell has 850 fill power down inside and can be worn inside a shell or on its own. Available Colors: INDIGO, CAMEL. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL, XS.

- Sierra Trading Post

Do your part for Mother Earth by choosing this jacket of ripstop fabric made from postconsumer recycled plastics The Generals Down Hoody is as comfortable as your favorite sweatshirt but way more technical warm and packable it packs down to the size of a coconut Wear this 850fill goose down lightweight puffy under a shell on cold days or on its own around town You wont overheat thanks to sixinch underarm vents and the heat regulating qualities of premium downFeatures Ultralight recycled polyester ripstop Intuitive Fabric 850fill power European goose down Wind and waterresistant Durable Water Repellent 3 pockets Baffled stitchthrough construction 6inch underarm vents YKK coil zippers Average weight 450 grams

- Bentgate.com

From frigid nights hopping bars to 15 inches of fresh fluff, zip up the FlyLow Gear Men's General Down Hooded Jacket for lofty warmth you can count on. While the 700-fill goose down provides nearly as much warmth as a bulky basecamp-style puffy, this jacket still maintains a low enough profile that you can easily layer it beneath a shell when nasty storms blow in. If you start to warm up too much, just use the underarm zips to cool off.

- Backcountry.com