About McKinley Kapaa Thermore® Jacket - Insulated (For Men)
Closeouts. McKinley brings 80g high-loft Thermore® insulation to this puffer-style Kapaa jacket, making it ideal for cool days and nights in the great outdoors. A durable, water-repellent shell helps resist moisture, and the insulation still keeps you warm even when wet.
Specs about McKinley Kapaa Thermore® Jacket - Insulated (For Men)
- Closure: Zipper
- Zipper: Left
- Fabric: 100% nylon
- Lining: 100% nylon
- Insulation: Thermore®
- Care: Machine wash, hang to dry
- Total weight: 12.9 oz.
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Juan Mauricio from Wisconsin on Wednesday, February 22, 2017Very tight jacket, sized large but actually fell like a medium size, actually the large sized fits really nice on my wife, main reazon why I do not send it back, very thin material, I live on Wisconsin so its not warm enough to fight the winter need something bigger than this little jacket.
Reviewed by Hannie from Appalachia on Sunday, January 15, 2017This insulating jacket works well for my partner. He is tall and lean, so mediums are often tall big in width, but smalls are often too short in length. This jacket was perfect for him. The sleeves and body are the perfect length. It is warm enough for a moderate cold day and works as a great layer on very cold days.
Reviewed by Trader x from Eastern PA on Wednesday, January 4, 2017Price - 5. Quality - 3. Functionality - 4. Bought 3, 1 had a sluggish main zipper, 1 had a lining that protruded at the end of the sleeves (easily tucked back in). For the price (barn burner special), I kept the excessive lining one and returned the sluggish zipper one. I wore it casually on a 5 day ski trip as a top coat with average layers and a hat, temps in the 20's and 30's. I was warm and comfortable. This appears to be the insulating layer of a 3 in 1 coat system ( the loops). The fit is athletic so size up if you need to. I bought my usual size (small) and it's perfect. Hope it helps.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Cambridge Dad from Cambridge, MA on Wednesday, January 4, 2017The jacket itself seems fine, if cheaply made. The zipper is on the wrong side, and is cheap and sticks when you use it. The jacket should work fine for our teenage son, as he is will grow out of it by next winter, but if it was for me, I would return it.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by gcoll615 from Virginia on Saturday, December 31, 2016High quality well made light jacket. Runs small order at least one size up. Most effective under a shell or light parka to add insulation in extreme cold. will work well alone in temperatures above 45 degrees Can't go wrong for the price.
Question & Answer
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“would/could this jacket zip into the Laconic Texapore Jkt by Jack Wolfskin??? I realize the Wolfskin has opposite zipping. Thanks”
I just noticed in the specs that this does indeed have a left zipper. And the picture shows the same type of zipper as my Texpore jacket, so I think i am going to try it.
I am not familiar with Wolfskin products so I cant comment about that but this Mckinley jacket zips opposite than an American Mens garment with the handle part of the zipper on the left side of the garment as you are wearing it. Hope this helps good luck!
Don't know but most likely not. I've owned several 3 in 1 in the past and present, none would cross fit. This jacket does not have YKK zippers, it's something else.
It might be possible, since the McKinley jacket has a left zipper. The problem might be in sizing. Jack Wolfskin clothes use
European sizing, while the McKinley is American sizing, and a medium in both jackets would have the McKinley 2-3 inches
bigger than the Jack Wolfskin.
I have a Lands End 3 in 1 and the liner fits into the Wolfskin, its just that i have to put it in inside out because of the right to left zipper.
Thanks for all the responses! this is great