Sierra Designs Cloud Puffy

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Manufacturer's Description

Designed specifically to better fit female backpackers, the Cloud Puffy is an ultralight, 800-fill insulating layer featuring our game-changing, hydrophobic DriDown™ insulation. Light, warm, and supremely packable, the Cloud Puffy helps you stay warm when you stop hiking and are no longer generating your own heat. DriDown™ keeps this piece performing in wet and humid conditions.

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Designed specifically to better fit female backpackers, the Cloud Puffy is an ultralight, 800-fill insulating layer featuring our game-changing, hydrophobic DriDown(TM) insulation. Light, warm, and supremely packable, the Cloud Puffy helps you stay warm when you stop hiking and are no longer generating your own heat. DriDown(TM) keeps this piece performing in wet and humid conditions.

- Sierra Designs

On Sale. Free Shipping. Sierra Designs Women's Cloud Puffy Jacket DECENT FEATURES of the Sierra Designs Women's Cloud Puffy Jacket Two Hand Pockets One interior Zip Pocket Attached Collar and Helmet Compatible Hood, Fully Adjustable Includes Stuff Sack Cuff Binding with Thumbhole 2-Way Zipper, Center Front Storm Flap Adjustable Hem The SPECS of the Sierra Designs Women's Cloud Puffy Jackets Center Back Length: (M): 24 1/4in. Weight: 9.6 oz Insulation: 800 Fill-Power Goose DriDown Shell Fabric: 100% Polyester Ripstop, 30D, DWR 80/20, Cire', 45g/m2

- Moosejaw

When the sun sets and the cool mountain air begins to chill you to the bone, reach for the Sierra Designs Cloud Puffy Down Jacket. This 800-fill DriDown puffy supplies stellar warmth, comfort, and breathability while you set up camp or hang around the campfire, and the DriDown handles damp weather better than untreated down so you won't have to worry about a few drizzles ruining your warmth.

- Backcountry.com