Mountain Hardwear Zonal Jacket - Insulated (For Men)

Closeouts. Mountain Hardwear's Zonal jacket has specially placed insulated panels and zoning construction to keep you warm where you need it most and to reduce overall bulk.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Trophy Husband from Washington on Saturday, August 15, 2015
    When reading reviews about this being to light to be a winter coat I have to smile. This coat is warm and great for everyday use but it is designed for active hikers climbers and skiers it can be used alone or in a layering system with something like the monkey man or in extreme weather a softshell. These coats are light enough to carry in a backpack (14oz) and are a little oversized for layering. I run hot when hiking in the mountains of Washington state and have hiked in -0 degree weather. In extreme weather I carry a 3 layer system- the Monkeyman- a Zonal Jacket-and a waterproof softshell. I may wear one or all three or none of them. It is a great way to keep warm as a stand alone coat or a super warm layer for a person standing still! This is also a beautiful coat and yes a great looking going out on the town city coat for those cold frosty nights but that's not what it was designed for! So don't expect it to be your only go to winter coat!
  • Reviewed by palmster from Utah on Sunday, November 10, 2013
    Love the fit and feel of this jacket. The color was a bit bright for me (blue), so I'll be looking for a less bright one in my size.
  • Reviewed by stlterp from Missouri on Tuesday, September 17, 2013
    Really love the fit of this insulated jacket, but it seems way overpriced for the warmth you get. Not even close to the warmth of a down jacket, but I figured that before I bought it. It has a semi-fitted form and works great under a shell or alone on a 40s-50s kind of day.
  • Reviewed by VT from Chicago on Monday, August 26, 2013
    I like the synthetic insulation as an alternative to thin down when you have to wash it. The stretch panels on the side make for a more athletic fit and better heat mapping.
  • Reviewed by tw from Laveen on Friday, June 28, 2013
    This jacket looks good in the pictures but when I got it is is basically like those old nylon, quilted, insulated long underwear I wore duck hunting in the sixties. It was OK then because that's all we had but not so much now. I'm returning it.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by JColv from Scranton, PA on Thursday, January 03, 2013
    Bought this jacket as a gift for my cousin who spends a lot of time outside. He really loves it and typically doesn't wear jackets.
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