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Mountain Hardwear Micro Thermostatic Jacket - Insulated (For Women)

Closeouts. For unbeatable warmth in a low-profile, lightweight jacket, zip up the Mountain Hardwear Micro Thermostatic jacket, with 40g Thermal.Q Elite insulation. The 20 denier nylon face fabric resists wind and light moisture, and helps the insulation rebound from compression. This jacket also packs easily when your day warms up.

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  • Reviewed by Momof3ontherun from Illinois on Sunday, May 28, 2017
    I already own the Mountain Hardwear Ghost Whisperer jacket and was looking for something not quite so warm as that, but still warmer than a fleece or windbreaker. This jacket is the perfect in-between - great for temps in the 40s & 50s . Would also work great as a mid-layer for outdoor activities in colder weather. Very lightweight and easily packable. Although some reviews state it runs big, in my experience it is true to size. (Note, however, I did originally receive a size larger than what I'd ordered so perhaps that is the issue? STP customer service was FABULOUS and got the correct size to me very quickly). I would say the cut is different from the Ghost Whisperer, though, which has a very narrow, form-fitting cut - this jacket is slightly less form-fitting but still feminine & stylish. STP price was a great value. Very happy with this jacket!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mallory from Illinois on Thursday, April 27, 2017
    I have been obsessed with this jacket (or this type of jacket) for a while now. I was so excited when I found in on Sierra. I was hoping for this jacket in black, but it turns out that the blue couldnt be more perfect! It goes with everything. It's bright enough for when I'm running or walking the dog, but not too bright to be obnoxious. I tested it out last night in the heavy rain for a short amount of time and my skin surprisingly did not get wet (?). I'm 5 ft 5, ~125 pounds and I ordered a small. I can't wear a super bulky sweater under it, but it fits well. Get this jacket before it is gone - great piece for a great price!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tahoe Paddler from Lake Tahoe on Wednesday, January 25, 2017
    Great jacket for running around town. Light weight and stylish and just right when it starts to get chilly. Not the most technical outdoor piece but that's not what it was intended for.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by sue from nh on Wednesday, January 4, 2017
    This jacket is warm and light weight. It works well on its own or layered under a down coat for really cold days.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Julia from Seattle, WA on Wednesday, December 28, 2016
    I bought this jacket and the thermoball from the North Face to try out as puffy jackets, and ended up keeping this one. The Thermoball was a little better fitting, with a longer length and bigger shoulder area (I have really broad swimmer shoulders), but this one was a little cheaper and I liked the blue color a lot more, plus this one is cheaper. I haven't worn it in sub 40 weather yet, but I can feel my own heat reflecting back at me when I have it on, so I have high hopes for having this as a mid-layer under a rain shell in rainy Seattle winter weather.
    I don't like that it's a tad bit on the short side, and the chest area is a little tight on me, but I still have pretty free range of motion. I do like that it seems to provide considerable warmth for how thin and light it is. Overall seems like a great jacket for the price.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by mother of "fussy" daughters from oregon on Tuesday, December 27, 2016
    I bought two of these jackets for gifts for my very picky daughters. They both loved them! They loved the light weight and said the arms are long enough. True to size and not bulky. One of my daughters said she even wears it to work in her cold office and it looks dressy enough. They have a slim profile and can be worn under a rain coat etc.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Northern Michigan Outdoors gal from Michigan on Tuesday, November 29, 2016
    Before I ordered this jacket I read several of the reviews. Many of the reviews stated the jacket ran big. Ladies, I am 5"8" tall and wear a size 8 pant and wear size large sweater. (I do not like to wear form fitting shirts so I buy them a little large) I have an apple body shape. If you have an apple body shape, broad shoulders or a larger chest, purchase this jacket in the same size you would a sweater, shirt , etc. You will find that this jacket will fit you perfectly. It is perfect for walking in 40-50 degree weather. The design of the jacket is flattering and I would definitely order this again.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Auntie Paula from New Mexico on Friday, November 4, 2016
    I wanted a jacket for traveling that was warm enough for chilly weather, but folded into a compact package -- my faithful old poly fleece jacket was bulky and cumbersome to carry. This jacket fills the bill: I haven't tried it in severe weather yet, but it's warm, lightweight, and can be stuffed into one pocket. I was concerned that the size L wouldn't be big enough for me (I usually take a women's XL), but I was pleased to discover that it fits over a fleece vest. I'm impressed with Mountain Hardwear's products in general, so I think this will be perfect for my next trip.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Terri Northshore from Minnesota on Wednesday, November 2, 2016
    I have two of the 60g jackets and love them. I wanted this one to wear as a layer when skiing. I wish the outer layer was the same as the other coats. They are soft and silky, this one not so much.
  • Reviewed by Angela from California on Saturday, September 17, 2016
    I'm 5'3" and 128lbs. For outerwear, I vary between small and medium. I ordered the small, and I'm glad I did. It's not restrictive at all in the shoulders or arms. I can comfortably wear a normal sweater underneath this, but a bulky sweater might be a little tight.
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