Mountain Hardwear Kelvinator Jacket

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Specs

Weight 1 lb 3 oz / 548 g
Center Back Length 30 in / 76 cm
Body Fabric 20D Nylon Rip
Insulation 650-Fill Goose Down

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Lightweight, lofty and warmeven when wet. The Mountain Hardwear Kelvinator Jacket dependably delivers high loft and warmth in damp conditions thanks to the water-resistant 650-fill Q.Shield DOWN. Despite its big-jacket warmth, this lightweight wonder stows away in its own pocket for packing.

- CampSaver.com

The hooded Kelvinator down jacket delivers high loft and dependable warmth for playing in cold, damp weather. Despite its big-jacket warmth, this lightweight wonder stows away small in its own pocket.

- REI

Thanks to its 650-fill down insulation, the Mountain Hardwear Men's Kelvinator Hooded Down Jacket keeps you warm and comfortable from your hips to the top of your head in the nastiest weather that Old Man Winter can dish up. Marmot's Q. Shield down insulation maintains its loft and its insulating properties even when it's wet, so, unlike your buddy wearing regular down, you don't have to sweat those dark gray clouds too much. And the high-loft down is easy to compress so you can easily stash it in a stuff sack and throw it in your pack when you head out to the backcountry. The Kelvinator jacket's 20D ripstop nylon fabric keeps the weight down without being tissue-paper delicate, and an insulated, adjustable hood, dual hem drawcords, and elasticized cuffs lock in heat where it's likely to escape.

- Backcountry.com

A compressible wonder that offers big-jacket warmth, even when it's wet. The Kelvinator 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