Mountain Hardwear Chillwave Down Parka - AirShield Core, 650 Fill Power (For Men)

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About Mountain Hardwear Chillwave Down Parka - AirShield Core, 650 Fill Power (For Men)

Closeouts. Zip up the YKK® Vislon® zippers of Mountain Hardwear's Chillwave down parka, and you'll find yourself sporting your own heatwave in the middle of winter. 650 fill power goose down in a baffle construction with AirShield windproofing easily puts a stop to blustery backcountry cold weather.


Specs about Mountain Hardwear Chillwave Down Parka - AirShield Core, 650 Fill Power (For Men)

  • Closure: YKK®,Two-way,Zipper
  • Zipper: Right
  • Length: 32" (based on size large)
  • Fabric: 100% nylon
  • Lining: 100% nylon
  • Insulation: 80% goose down, 20% feathers and 100% polyester
  • Fill power: 650
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Total weight: 2 lb. 10 oz.
  • Made in China
  • Visit our Down vs. Synthetic Guide
  • US shipments only


Mountain Hardwear Mens Size Chart

Chest 36 - 38 39 - 41 42 - 45 46 - 49 50 - 53 54 - 57
Waist 30 - 31 32 - 34 36 - 38 40 - 42 44 46
Hip 36 - 38 38 - 40 42 - 40 46 - 48 50 52

Note: Measurements are in inches.


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4.363636 5 Overall Rating: 4.4 Based on 22 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by birdman from Massachusetts on Monday, February 10, 2014
bring on the cold!! it's been 15 deg in the northeast and I'm plenty warm without a sweater under this coat. I'm hoping for some sub-zero temps to put it to the "test". From past experience with down coats this one is a winner. I especially like the high, insulated collar and hood; don't really need... Read More
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Question & Answer

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  • “Is there a powder skirt ”
    Asked by frankie from UT on 2/15/2014 3:39:51 PM
    • no powder skirt.
      Answered on 2/15/2014 3:57:22 PM by Mark from Memphis from Memphis, TN
    • No.
      Answered on 2/15/2014 5:50:02 PM by Answergrape from Ohio
    • No, does not have a skirt.
      Answered on 2/16/2014 12:33:56 AM by tourist from Russia, Norilsk
    • No. It does have the cinching at the waist, but no 'powder skirt' per se.
      Answered on 2/16/2014 1:13:21 AM by Big Al from Colorado
    • No powder skirt, but the jacket is cut longer than many and has an elastic draw cord at the bottom.
      Answered on 2/16/2014 9:04:12 AM by Rod the road tripper from Chicago
    • No, but it is long and goes over your waist and butt. Super warm, and pretty thick puff. Not sure I would ski in it because it's bulky warm. It's great for being outside and shoveling and those things. Its the warmest jacket I own! Love it.
      Answered on 2/17/2014 1:50:48 PM by frankie from New York City
    • No, there is no static electricity. You sound kind of crazy, so this jacket will be great for you when, they kick you out of the looney bin and are living on the streets! Good luck, it's the best jacket ever!
      Answered on 2/7/2014 12:43:42 AM by J-Stroker from NYC
    • No static electricity noted with the wearing of this jacket in active state.
      Answered on 2/7/2014 2:19:32 AM by Answergrape from Ohio
    • The only known cure for static electricty is full immersion of the subject in jacket in water of approx. 40 degrees temperature for 3 minutes. Then all problems will be resolved or at least lessened!
      Answered on 2/7/2014 2:22:43 AM by Geronimo from New Mexico
    • Static electricity in this jacket is not, or I was lucky.
      Answered on 2/7/2014 4:05:49 AM by tourist from Russia, Norilsk
    • I have had no problems with static electricity. I treated the jacket with nik-wax before using it. I learned in Boy Scouts to treat all of my field gear before I use it. It prolongs the life of the garmet and ensures it will repel water in a maximum way.
      Answered on 2/7/2014 5:21:17 AM by Mark from Memphis from Memphis, TN
    • Not that I am aware of. BUT THIS READS LIKE A RUN-UP TO A WACKED LAWSUIT involving 'other nylon jackets'. Please work on your stuck caps lock key; and MOVE ON.
      Answered on 2/7/2014 6:34:51 AM by Big Al from Internets and Outdoors
    • With our dry winters here in Chicago there is a lot of static electricity. I don't notice it much when I'm wearing the jacket, but I do when I take it off--zap! There is anti-static spray for clothing that works to some degree, but it needs to be applied periodically. I don't know if there are other solutions, if so, I'd love to know.
      Answered on 2/7/2014 8:07:38 AM by Rod the road tripper from Chicago
  • “Is this jacket waterproof?”
    Asked by BartleyK from Pennsylvania on 11/28/2013 4:13:49 PM
    • This jacket is not waterproof.
      Answered on 11/29/2013 1:23:35 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post

About Mountain Hardwear

Starting back in 1993, a small group of outdoor industry mavericks broke away from the pack to follow a less-traveled path. From the very beginning, the primary goal of Mountain Hardwear was to create an outdoor gear brand with a sharp focus on technology-driven design, superior performance and hardcore reliability. The result of this function-first mentality has been an array of incredible Mountain Hardwear jackets, clothing, tents, backpacks, sleeping bags and accessories. Today, after more than two decades of industry-leading innovation, Mountain Hardwear continues to set new benchmarks for dependability in the toughest conditions on the planet.