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Mammut Pilgrim Down Jacket - Women's

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Lofty warmth for freezing alpine ascents.

The Mammut Women's Pilgrim Down Jacket is designed to keep you warm in frigid alpine temperatures. So if climbing glaciers or camping in the cold tickles your fancy you'll love this jacket's toasty 750-fill down warmth along with the light, but tough Pertex Microlight ripstop fabric. The helmet-compatible, insulated hood and high collar keep your neck, chin, and head warm, and can be zipped off if conditions don't call for it. Lycra hand gaiters hold sleeves in place, provide additional hand coverage, and seamlessly integrate the sleeves with your gloves. The jacket's highly packable down makes it easy to stuff in the included packing bag and stow in your backpack or luggage. Wherever you end up out in the cold, this toasty jacket offers you the warmth and protection you need to stay comfortable.

  • Pertex Microlight
  • 750-fill goose down insulation
  • Regular fit
  • Detachable hood
  • Drawcord at hem
  • Lycra hand gaiters
  • 2 zippered hand, 1 internal pockets
  • Storage sack included
  • Item #MAM006S

Tech Specs

Pertex Microlight
750-fill goose down
yes, removable
2 zippered hand, 1 internal
Recommended Use
alpine & expedition, climbing
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Best Puffy

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

First off, this is seriously warm.. I went to North Carolina for Cyclocross Nationals and I didn'€™t even need to layer.. I had a long sleeve underneath and that was it. At one point I was sweating a little even though it was about 30 degrees coupled with heavy precipitation. I wish I could have put this jacket on my toes..
The hood stays on in the wind, keeps my ears warm with its insulation, and doesn't get in my line of vision too much. For a down jacket that's as warm as this one, it'€™s not just a big marshmallow, it has a good figure and lines. Im 5'€™8 and 155lbs with an athletic build and wear a size 6 in jeans. I grabbed a medium and the torso length and arm length are great- but I think next time I order a jacket from Mammut I'€™ll grab a small just so it'€™s a lot more fitted to my body. But it serves its purpose as being a warm puffy outdoor jacket. Get yourself a puffy.

Best Puffy

Super satisfied

  • Size Bought: Small

I was really excited about a number of features of this jacket. Number one being the hand gaiters, however, the material is loose and very thin. BUT, they do help with keeping the warm insulated in your jacket. The hood is also VERY roomy and makes your head look like you are an alien from Mars Attacks, but it is really warm. I have worn it in rain and it gets wet, but I stay warm and dry and it dries quickly once indoors. And it hasn't lost any feathers. I ordered the jacket in Radiance, and it really is a beautiful color. It is a very warm jacket and is compressible into a provided stuff sack about the size of my 1 liter camel back water bottle. For sizing help, I am 5'2", 125 lbs, petite with athletic build, and the small is roomy enough for me to layer without feeling constricted.
I bought this last season and had originally given it 3 stars, but after having it for over a year and have taken it on many different adventures, it has stood up to anything I have needed it for. I love the longer cut so it covers my butt when I am wearing it to and from the gym in the winter with just leggings.
It is my first down jacket, but I LOVE it and it will be my go-to for many years down the road.

Hi Tia,

I'm curious what more you would have expected? I've been doing endless puffy research. I'm mainly a boulderer and sport climber, but I get really cold, really quickly. I'm wondering what the flaws are exactly in this jacket and if they are going to matter if I'm not in freezing alpine conditions?