Mountain Hardwear Thermostatic Jacket - Women's

photo: Mountain Hardwear Women's Thermostatic Jacket synthetic insulated jacket

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A mid-layer climbing jacket with exceptional warmth and mobility.Though it's wind and water-resistant enough to wear as a standalone jacket, the Thermostatic's low profile means it excels under a technical outer shell. It has synthetic insulation that's warm, lightweight, and easy to compress, and a fashion-forward diamond-quilt pattern. . A mid-layer climbing jacket with exceptional warmth, perfect for wearing under a more technical outer shell. And it's easy to pack, too. . 20D Nylon Micro Ripstop Thermostatic . 100% Nylon . 20D Nylon Micro Ripstop Thermostatic . 9 oz; 255 gCenter Back Length25FitStandard . 100% Nylon . . . 60g Thermal.Q(TM) Elite . Thermal.Q(TM) Elite 60-gram insulation keeps you warm and dry, 20D nylon fabric is light and tough . Compresses down and stows in its own pocket for unbeatable packability . When compressed, has a caribiner loop so it can be attached to a harness . Two hand warmer pockets are harness- and pack-compatible . Single chest pocket is harness- and pack-compatible . Elastane cuffs seal in warmth, block out weather . Dual hem drawcords for easy adjustments on the fly . . . . . . . . .

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The mid-layer Mountain Hardwear Thermostatic Jacket offers exceptional warmth and mobility, making it ideal for climbing.

- REI

You are a renaissance woman and boundaries don't exist in your world. You place equally high expectations on your outwear, and the Mountain Hardwear Women's Thermostatic Insulated Jacket won't disappoint you. This lightweight, warm jacket lets you zoom in Zermatt, sight-see in Sorrento, and work in Washington all winter long without letting cold air get the better of you. And, tipping the scales well under one pound, you can pack 49. 4 pounds worth of gear and this jacket in without exceeding the 50-pound baggage limit imposed by most major airlines. Whether you're skiing or traveling, you want to be warm. While down insulation is the warmest thing out there (besides snuggling with your cuddle-bunny), it isn't perfect. Expensive and susceptible to moisture, down can leave you low and wet when winter turns, well, wintry. As a solution to the down dilemma, the folks at Mountain Hardwear created Thermal. Q Elite synthetic insulation: a combination of several different densities of fibers that interact to create a 3-D grid-like structure that creates the same air-trapping effect as down. Unlike down, however, Thermal. Q Elite resists water and thus retains its warmth-retaining grid structure so you don't get the cold shoulder when you're dashing through a vicious drizzle to your car. Hand-warmer pockets zip for safe storage, and one of the pockets acts as a storage pouch for the entire jacket. Low-profile elastic cuffs make for easy layering over heavy baselayers and under a a waterproof shell. A new diamond quilting pattern adds a splash of style to this jacket so you aren't an eyesore when you're strolling along the Champs-Elysees on Valentine's Day.

- Backcountry.com

Mountain Hardwear Thermostatic Jacket - Women's-Steam-Large. And it's easy to pack too.

- CampSaver.com

Features of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Thermostatic Jacket Thermal. Q Elite 60g/m2 Insulation keeps you warm and dry, 20D nylon fabric is light and tough Compresses down and stows in its own pocket for unbeatable packability When compressed, has a carabiner loop so it can be attached to a harness Two hand warmer pockets Are harness and pack compatible Single chest pocket is harness and pack compatible Elastane cuffs seal in warmth, block out weather Dual hem drawcords for easy adjustments on the fly

- Moosejaw

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 2 reviews for other versions of the Thermostatic Jacket. Read all reviews »

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previously retailed for:
$73.98 - $198.95

The Mountain Hardwear Women's Thermostatic Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 25, 2018 at REI.

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