Mountain Hardwear Hunker Down Vest


Weight 1 lb 2 oz / 500 g
Center Back Length 27.5 in / 70 cm
Body 50D Rip
Insulation 650-Fill Goose Down

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

650-fill goose down with abrasion-resistant shoulders make the Mountain Hardwear Hunker Down Vest an essential piece of gear for cold-weather backcountry expeditions.


With the Mountain Hardwear Hunker Down Vest, you may not have to, well, hunker down in the cold. Complete with 650-fill goose down and built with burly polyester ripstop, this rough-and-ready vest laughs off any late fall breeze that tries to interrupt your dutch oven cooking at camp. Dual hem drawcords offer a full seal to protect your core warmth, while a Micro-chamois-lined chin guard prevents zipper chafe.


Mountain Hardwear's Hunker Down Vest is the perfect companion for your backpacking adventures. Stay toasty warm in the highly compressible 650-fill goose down insulation and don't worry about trail scuffs and snags with the reinforced, abrasion-resistant shoulders.

- Mountain Gear

The Mountain Hardwear Hunker Down Vest is a cozy 650 fill down vest which retains all of the same features as the famed Sub Zero Vest. Abrasion-resistant reinforcement panels on the shoulders and arms combat wear and tear Fleece-lined handwarmer pockets Dual hem drawcords for quick fit adjustments Interior zip pocket stores ID, keys, other small essentials Micro-Chamois lined chin guard prevents zipper chafe

- OMCgear

Mountain Hardwear Hunker Down Vest


The Mountain Hardwear Hunker Down Vest is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 5, 2013 at

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