Mountain Hardwear Kelvinator Hooded Jacket

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Women's Kelvinator Hooded Jacket FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Kelvinator Hooded Jacket Q.Shield Down resists heat-robbing moisture and retains maximum loft even when wet Larger stitch through channels with high loft for more heat trapping Down Elastic on cuffs and hood seal in warmth, block out wind Dual hem drawcords for easy adjustments on the fly SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Kelvinator Hooded Jacket Average Weight: 1 lb 4 oz / 556 g Center Back Length: 27in. / 69 cm Body: 20D Nylon Ripstop (100% nylon) Insulation: Q.Shield Down 650-fill Standard fit

- Moosejaw

Get full-coverage warmth with the lightweight Kelvinator Hooded Jacket from Mountain Hardwear. Insulated with water-resistant 800-fill Q.Shield DOWN with a durable nylon shell to protect you from rocks, trees, and debris. The attached, low-profile hood keeps your head warm, insulated, and sheltered from nasty, gusty conditions. Dual hem drawcords and elastic cuffs seal in your heat during cold belays and frigid winter nights.

- Mountain Gear

A compressible wonder that offers big-jacket balminess, even when it's wet. The Kelvinator Hooded Jacket dependably delivers high loft and warmth in damp conditions thanks to its water-resistant Q.ShieldTM DOWN 650-fill insulation. Despite its big-jacket warmth, the highly compressible Kelvinator is designed so efficiently that it stows away in its own pocket for packing.

- Mountain Hardwear

Dawn patrols and midnight runs mean cold wind and sweet face shots ... or perhaps you're braving the cold winter weather because you have a high-energy dog who needs to be walked every 15 minutes. Regardless of why you're roaming about in the dark and freezing cold, make sure you're wearing the Mountain Hardwear Women's Kelvinator Hooded Jacket to stay warm even when it starts to snow. If the sun has risen and you're starting to feel a bit overheated, shove the Kelvintor and all its 800-fill down into to its own pocket and stow it deep in your pack until the clouds roll in and hide the warm rays. Down insulation offers unrelenting warmth without a lot weight, except when it gets wet. Wet down is useless for insulating purposes, since it loses all loft and ability to trap warm air. The folks at Mountain Hardwear created Q-Shield Down so you can revel in unrivaled down warmth, even when it's a bit spitty outside. The down fibers are infused with permanent water repellancy, helping the feathers resist becoming saturated with moisture and subsequently collapsing. When the feathers stay feathery, you stay warm. A low-profile insulated hood keeps your head warm and dry, and a soft chin guard protects delicate chin skin from chafing against a cold metal zipper. Elastic cuffs slide over layers when you're getting dressed, but won't let chilly air up your sleeves. Two front hand-warmer pockets zip shut to save you from an expensive visit by a locksmith, and dual hem drawcords seal in warmth.

- Backcountry.com

The Mountain Hardwear Kelvinator Hooded Jacket delivers dependable warmth in a lightweight package and looks at home in the mountains or downtown. Two front handwarmer pockets Dual hem drawcords seal in warmth Full elastic cuffs slide easily over layers to seal in warmth Low profile, insulated hood Micro-Chamois(TM)-lined chin guard prevents zipper chafe

- OMCgear