Closeouts. When cold, wet weather attempts to hamper your weekend adventures, Kamik's Puff down jacket warms you right up with 595 fill power goose down insulation under a water-shedding Supplex® nylon shell?.
Reviewed by Albert from Gainesville, FL on Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Took a chance on this, based upon the reviews and product description, and I'm glad I did. It fits true to size, has all the features one would want in a down jacket (a little longer than a jacket actually, and less bulky than a down parka). This should work well for winter hiking/camping with a very generous down hood that can be removed. Not ultra-light, but definitely packable. The shell is tough enough to shed water and resist abrasion. The only thing odd is that zipper is reversed left-to-right, so that it zips like a women's jacket. No big deal, but worth noting, if this sort of thing bothers you. The "fill power" might seem a bit low, compared to the competition, but It's plenty good.
Reviewed by alwaysec from Sydney on Thursday, February 07, 2013
i bought it for my dad. i really wanted to buy one for myself, but in my city i will possibly never need a down jacket.
the jacket is a little too big, the sleeves are a tad too long. the cut is not slim, quite roomy.
the quality seems very good, the jacket is very light (a big PLUS).
the price is very good (after further 40% off). it is almost perfect!!
Reviewed by steveyo from upstate NY on Monday, February 04, 2013
I use this for winter stargazing in sub-zero temperatures. Instead of my old, multi-layered approach to frigid weather, I can just throw this jacket over whatever I'm wearing indoors. It's unbelievably warm.
This is a link to our size charts page. http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/size-chart/
Answered on 4/5/2013 9:38:06 AM by Prod Spec Kevin from Sierra Trading Post
“I'm 5'6" and about 140 lbs. Based on comments in reviews, do others feel I should order a small? Or a medium? I don't want to look like a large, burnt marshmallow, but I don't want it so small I can't add asweater if needed in super-cold (0-5 degree) weather.”
Asked on 2/21/2013 12:00:00 AM by Greg from Chicago