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The Bogner Annie Down Jacket is a puffy coat, yet not-a-puffy coat at the same time thanks to the flattering chevron quilting that defines your waist an creates long lines. But not to worry; you're still getting the full warming power of lightweight, airy down, nature's most efficient insulator, wrapped up in a sleek, water-resistant shell.

  • Soft, supple nylon shell is treated for water-repellency and down-resistance
  • Removable down-filled hood with button-in fur trim
  • Inner knit cuffs block drafts
  • Two-way zipper opens at the bottom for convenience
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Absolutely perfect

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:True to size

I too have searched high and low for a good, warm jacket that didn't make me look like the Michelin doll and this is IT: true to size, very soft, protects your behind without being too long, hood is nice and doesn't get in the way of my hair and extremely warm without being heavy. My husband loves that it shows my waist, with a feminine contour. Worth every penny.

FYI I'm 5'8", 125lbs., 36-27-36, size 6 fits perfectly but I won't wear any thick sweaters underneath bc it would be too snug on the


Love this coat! Like wearing a duvet!

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

As a chronically cold hockey mom- I tried on LOTS of coats. Canadian Goose was too stiff in terms of the fabric. My son said it was "too noisy". I did not like the quality of the Paratroopers- although they seemed more "stylish". The Marmot I tried was not of the quality for which I was searching. It did not seem like a coat that would last for more than one or two seasons. In the end, the Bogner was way ahead of the pack. I own a few Bogner pieces for skiing, and they are just the best. The fabric and cut are really nice, and it is as warm as can be. Trust me, if it keeps ME warm, it will work for anyone. The fabric is so nice, it is of the best quality, and it is not heavy but light and fluffy. The fit is very nice. With Bogner, the shoulders can sometimes be tight for me. I have broad shoulders and I am pretty busty- I usually wear an 8 for a more fitted look and a 10 to have a bit of room. So I opted for the 10 in case I wear a sweater underneath or I want to move around in the bleachers or on the tall chairs we sometimes sit on to watch the games. It is not as fitted on me as it could be, but it is the most comfortable, cozy coat I have ever owned. It is like crawling under a big down duvet- yet it is not huge and unflattering. I would definitely opt for this coat- or any Bogner actually. I don't think I will spend time looking at any other brands any more. But then, I am exceedingly picky. I am confident that if you order this coat, you will love it. This is a coat that will last for years, and be really comfy too. It's the warmest coat. I can't wait to take it to Colorado. We used to live at 8300 feet and I was NEVER cold when I wore anything by Bogner.

A $600 coat and the insulation is only 80% down? And there's no info on the fill quality of the down? On a more general note, I have a wish that all manufacturers would include not only the fill quality of the down, but the AMOUNT of that down. 850 fill doesn't mean much if there is only a little bit of it in the coat!

Agreed - we wish the manufacturers would all post that detailed info as well! We are not the manufacturer and unfortunately, we only have as much information as they give us.

As for the insulation... Down is the soft fiber immediately covering the flesh of a duck or goose while the feathers are attached to the body with a shaft - this is 80% down, 20% feathers... Likely from the same source. Not uncommon. Like you said, it would be awesome to know the fill and weight, but unfortunately Bogner does not list that info on their products. On the plus side, that ratio is actually more detailed than what a lot of manufacturers provide.

Bogner is definitely a pricey brand in general, but this jacket is super warm so the high price is also backed by high quality!

how warm is this coat? Is it toasty at...

how warm is this coat? Is it toasty at 30 degrees? Colder? Cruising around town doesn't really tell you how warm you will be. What town are we talking of? Thanks for clarifying.

Mine was warm at -16 in Chicago a few weeks ago; the only issue I have with it is it's a little short (just below the knees -- and I'm only 5'4") and me legs and ankles were cold. Boots would probably fix this problem, as would a larger size which is probably longer (mine is also little snug as I bought it last winter when I was injured and couldn't lift weights -- I just ordered it in one size up and will give the other to a smaller friend.)