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Mountain Hardwear Thermostatic Hooded Jacket - Insulated (For Men)

Closeouts. Light as a feather, warm as a midlayer! Mountain Hardwear's Thermostatic jacket is infused with Thermal.Q Elite, a light, 60g powerhouse of warmth and quick-drying performance for all things cold and active. Added bonus: This baby packs down into its own pocket and hooks onto your gear with a built-in carabiner loop!

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rick the ski addict from CA on Thursday, June 1, 2017
    Its light weight, warmth, wind resistance, soft fabric and great-fitting hood made this jacket an instant favorite. Recently tested on a spring ascent of Mt. Whitney via Mountaineers Route, it kept me comfortable on the approach hike, while lounging in camp, and during the climb. The hood is well-designed and fits over a climbing helmet or bare head. I am 5-6, 130lb and the small fits well with room for layering without restricting movement. The orange color looks great.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Montana Ann from Montana on Wednesday, May 17, 2017
    A great little jacket with hood. Very comfortable. I will use this alone, as I would an expedition weight fleece or, as a layering system with a fleece underneath or rain jacket on top. I am 5'10", weigh 155 lbs and have a 33-34 waist. The medium fits me perfectly. And, it stuffs into it's own pocket!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Craig in Corvallis from Oregon on Saturday, April 15, 2017
    Great fit, weight and look, I love it
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Craig in Corvallis from Oregon on Monday, April 10, 2017
    I really like this jacket. Light weight and warm. I was a little reluctant to get one with a hood, but glad I did. Extra felixibility but when not in use, you don't know it's there.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Steve W. from south bend, IN on Tuesday, March 28, 2017
    I wanted a jacket similar to the North Face Thermoball and this fit the bill. Nice and light and good for medium warmth. Packs and compresses nicely. Mountain Hardwear jackets always fit a bit smaller than others but the large does the job. I typically wear a men's jacket size of 42-44.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by fly2mike from PacNW on Wednesday, March 1, 2017
    I was trying to find a hooded puffy for quite a while. I finally settled on this one after returning about 5 jackets for either not fitting well or being too heavy relative to the warmth. I really like this hooded jacket, it is very lightweight, pretty warm, well made, good fitting hood, etc.. I originally ordered this in medium then exchanged it for a large. I am 5'8" tall x 165 pounds. The medium was too snug around my shoulders and waist. The large fits a little loose which I like, but the sleeves are a little long, but I think they will work fine. The main use for a jacket like this is for summer backpacking trips, so weight is critical, and this is LIGHT plus adequate to keep me warm enough for temps down to probably mid 30's. If I expect to be in colder temps than that I have a lightweight 800 fill down hoody, which would be too warm for summer nights unless you are up high in the Rockies or somewhere like that.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by SergioLA from Los Angeles on Wednesday, December 14, 2016
    I was looking to get a jacket like this. I'm happy that I checked Sierra Trading Post because I saved a ton of money and I got the jacket I wanted. It is a very light and warm jacket, perfect for Los Angeles Autumn or Winter , I'll recommend it.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jevere from Seattle on Sunday, December 11, 2016
    It is an amazing jacket, the only issue is the sizing, it is bigger than other jackets.
  • Reviewed by N/A from WI on Thursday, December 1, 2016
    6'3" 230lb broad shoulders XL is perfect. The biggest selling point for me is this jackets warmth to weight. Every time I zip it up my immediate thought is that this jacket is way to light for the conditions outside but it keeps me warm. I've taken it down to 40F comfortably numerous times as a stand alone with only a cotton shirt. In these situations I was stationary for multiple hours and there was no wind. It could be taken lower using base layers and the fit allows for it. For me this will be used as an insulation layer when it gets brutal here in Wisconsin.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kara from Seattle on Tuesday, November 29, 2016
    Gave as a gift just recently, so can't comment on long-term performance, but he really loves it. Very comfortable and attractive; he receives many compliments, and is always warm and dry. Very nice for an all-purpose jacket in Seattle (50 and lightly raining most of the time). Wouldn't want to wear it without a shell in serious rain/snow, and probably not warm enough to wear alone below 35ish degrees, but definitely a great purchase overall. Fit (bought a L) is great in terms of length for a man who's 6'4" and 215lbs (sleeves are perfect length), but is not a slim fit: standard fit around the trunk. He had to cinch it in a little for his 34" waist, but it works well.
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