Code: WINTER20

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Don't break Rule No. 1, and never leave home without your puffy.

With the Men's Mammut Broad Peak Hooded Jacket, you'll never again have an excuse for breaking the first rule of every outdoor adventure—never leave home without your puffy. The lightweight Pertex Microlight shell is durable and water resistant while 750-fill goose down keeps you cozy during long chilly belays. The Broad Peak is also compressible enough to be packed into its own chest pocket, ensuring you'll always have space to bring it along. When you really need the warmth, you can pull the drawstring hem with one hand to keep cold air off your back and slip on the fixed down-filled hoody for the ultimate in protection. You've always been opposed to rules, but Rule No. 1 is pretty solid.

  • Pertex Microlight (polyamide ripstop) shell
  • Water-resistant
  • 750-fill power goose down
  • Down-filled fixed hood
  • Jacket can be stowed in left front pocket
  • Drawstring hem

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3 5

nice jacket

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs large

very nice jacket it was just loose around my chest and mid section. I am 6' 185. I prefer a more snug fit for layering purposes. it was a nice jacket just not for me the quality seemed to be as good as any of the other top brands.

I am looking at sizing for the men's Mammut...

I am looking at sizing for the men's Mammut Broad Peak Hooded Jacket.

I am 6'4" tall and weigh 190 pounds.

Since I'm tall and have long arms, the Large size seems to have long enough arms. But I hear the chest may be too snug?

I want a form fitting athletic fit but I'm worried the snugness may be too much for a guy as big as me.

Since I'm purchasing over the internet, what size should I try on first - Large or XLarge?...

Best Answer Responded on

Hey,
So I'm close to your build. 6'2" 180. I've found that mammut's large fits me quite snug. I'd say you'll be happy with an XL.
The fit is nice in arm length and athletic in the body. The hem should be just below your waist in an XL.

Unanswered Question

Can I reserve Ensign size : L ?

Can I reserve Ensign size : L ?

5 5

My favorite down coat!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

This has become my favorite down coat. I have had marmot, TNF, and patagonia and this is my favorite. I have used this on some winter hikes, pushing snow, and skiing. Temps have ranged from 40 degrees to a bone chilling -14 degrees and this guy has kept me toasty warm.

It fits a little snug but that is what I was looking for in my down coat. It also is incredibly light weight but doesn't sacrifice warmth. In fact, sometimes it can get too warm.

Another great feature is it stuffing into its own pocket. I have used this as a pillow for some recent hikes which helps conserve weight.

The only catches are the goose down does leak a bit but nothing major and the zipper takes some getting used too.

Great coat from a great brand!

4 5

Almost perfect

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

Great Fit: I got the medium. I'm 5'11 small/medium frame and it fits perfectly. Snug without restricting motion at all, and still room for a few thin layers underneath.

Awesome warmth. Could be warmer, but fine considering it's super lightweight and not bulky

Color: peridot is true to picture, really fun to wear and helps to stick out in a crowd.

Durability: Eh. Feathers started poking out on day 1. Haven't done anything too crazy (mostly walking down the sidewalk) and they keep leaking out the seams. This is my first down jacket, but it seems like the shell should be sturdier. I do a lot of woods hiking and I'm terrified of snagging it on branches.

Price: one of the cheaper, nicest looking and feeling 750-down jackets I could find. Good deal for now, but might change my mind if it loses all its feathers by next season

4 5

Slick, but issues

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

I've had this jacket for a few weeks now, and it handles the nasty Chicago cold and wind remarkably well. The look of the jacket is top notch. I am 5'10" and 165 with an athletic build, and I love the athletic cut with articulating shoulders. I tried the MH ghost whisperer and didn't like the rounded shoulders and soft angles. The Arcteryx Thorium Down Hoody, and it, too, was rounded and just seemed "dumpy." This jacket in the Ensign is killer. This is a slick blue that doesn't shine like the others.
I've had it out in 20degrees and blustery with a single layer beneath, and I was astonishingly comfortable. Without being active, I expect one would get cold in anything under 30.
Now for the downside...
Like a previous review, the zipper is very difficult to initiate. It has to sit just right to work on the first pull. Also, this thing sheds feathers like a goose trying to fly the coop. I hope it still has some loft by next season. If I didn't love the look and feel so much, these 2 problems would be deal-breakers. In the end, I'll keep the jacket, since I haven't found any jackets that look or fit better.

3 5

Too tight in the chest

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small

I don't really want to give a star review, because it doesn't seem fair, I just want to comment on the fit. I liked the jacket from my short time with it, but the fit is a problem, I wish I could have kept it.

I bought one and it was too tight in the chest, and that is not normally I problem I encounter. I disagree with a reviewer below that this fits larger than Arc'teryx down pieces, at least the Thorium.
At least in the chest, mine was smaller than Arc'teryx's down pieces (Thorium), significantly smaller. I am 6'1", 220 lbs and the XL fit well everywhere except the chest seemed about 3 inches too small, it was binding, whereas the Arc'teryx piece fit fine. This isn't a problem I usually have. I like the length, the waist size, the arm length, the wrist size, the shoulder fit, but the chest was way too tight.

Edit: Comparing the sizing charts of Mammut and Arc'teryx, I see that, for a given size, Arc'teryx has the same waist but a bigger chest. For a any size, Arc'teryx has the chest being 7" bigger than the waist, whereas Mammut has the chest being only 4.5" bigger than the waist. Apparently the Swiss are small chested people.

Their size charts seem to be pretty similar to Arc'teryx's, except that the chest circumferences are about 3 inches smaller.

4 5

Warmer than a Mastadon's underbelly

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

The Mammut Broad Peak hooded jacket is an excellent option for climbers, mountaineers, or skiers looking for a lightweight packable down hoody. I have worn this jacket on several occasions and it has kept me warm while stationary to about 20 degrees without an outer shell piece. Fit wise: I am 6'0" and 180 and I like how the medium fits on me (comparable to the fit of the MHW Nitrous and slightly bigger than Arc down pieces). You will want to keep in mind that this is a regular down piece that does not utilize any hydrophobic tech, so layer up if you experience more than a smattering of moisture.

So I have a Patagonia Nano Puff jacket,...

So I have a Patagonia Nano Puff jacket, and as we head towards winter I'm starting to realize it's not going to be warm enough. Also I like to layer when I snowboard. A long story short I think I'm in need of something warmer. I'm looking for a jacket that is hooded and I can layer with it. This Mammut looks like it might be what I'm looking for. On the other hand I'm wondering if I should just get a thinker fleece to wear under my Nano Puff. I'm just looking for something to keep me warm. Hoping for a more informed opinion than my own!
Thanks!

Responded on

hey Tyler, this will absolutely be warmer then your micro puff which has 100 g of synthetic insulation. This one has 750 g of goose down, I would say it'd also be warmer then a fleece under the micro puff!

Responded on

Blair is definitely right about the warmth of this jacket. I have the Mammut Broad Peak and it is an excellent lightweight down jacket that in my opinion would be a step up in warmth from the Patagonia Nano.
Other options you might consider along with this is the Arc'Teryx Cerium, Arc'Teryx Thorium, or the Mountain Hardwear Nitrous. Any of those will be highly packable and high down-fill hooded jackets.

Best Answer Responded on

Hey I just want to clear something up, this jacket has 125 grams of 750-fill goose down. It does not have 750g of down fill. I definitely agree with my fellow goats that this will be warmer than the nano-puff which uses synthetic insulation, but its important to note that the quality of fill and the amount of fill are two separate things. If you want to learn more about how down-fill is calculated, watch this video here.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTTLDl_Y98U

Responded on

Yo Tyler!

Totally up to you on the fleece vs. new jacket question. While this jacket will be considerably warmer than the Nano Puff and it does have a hood, getting a fleece to add versatility to your system is not a bad idea at all. With a piece like the Broad Peak, though--you could always layer your nano puff underneath it for the coldest of days, and then use the Broad Peak alone for more mild days. The nice part about the Broad Peak is it's super packable--just stuff it in it's own pocket, and pull it out of your pack when you start to get chilly. A comparable fleece jacket tends to be a bit more bulky.

Responded on

This would be nice over the Nano in extreme cold. I also like the R-1 Hoody under this. -32F here at the house yesterday am and, although I wouldn't want to stay out for long, this combo was adequate to make the rounds checking the animals, etc. For active use - bc skiing, climbing, etc - this will be more than enough. Also, from my research, the fill amount of 125g is the highest amount in the "lightweight puffy" category - pata down sweater, marmot quasar, etc. One last thing, the hood is awesome and in my opinion mandatory for taking off a chill.

staying warm on belay

staying warm on belay

Long late autumn belay in the shadow at the Creek, no problem.

5 5

Like a blanket of Warm Air

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I have had this jacket for close to a year now and i absolutely love it. Long cold belay during the winter or hanging around the campfire after a long early winter Creek session? No sweat, this puffy has got you 100% covered. It has kept me warm in 30 degree F nights with just a heavy baselayer beneath, it would definitely keep me warm on a zero degree night with an extra midlayer and maybe an outer shell to stave off the wind. A couple of feathers have poked out of the pretex shell, but just a few, slightly annoying but no discernable effect on the loft thus far. My only complaint is that the jacket keeps you so warm that it makes me sleepy during a long belay. So, climbers beware if your belayer is wearing one of these. Lastly, the fit is absolutely great for a slim, athletic climber like me. Going one year strong and it still feels like new (although it smells like a campfire).

Like a blanket of Warm Air
Responded on

I am 5'10", 145lbs with normal length arms and the medium is just perfect for me and could very easily accommodate someone with a wider torso/chest, but probably not for someone with longer arms (huge ape index).

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Also, the color is awesome and the outer fabric is not shiny like some other puffy jackets.

5 5

Great Puffy

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Sweet jacket, warm and wicked compressable. Nice hood. I use it as my summit jacket when guiding on Rainier. Great for skiing on cold days as well.