Light is right.
When you've spent too many miles to count on the trail and are just shy of feeling frozen, whip out the Marmot Men’s Ama Dablam Down Jacket upon reaching camp for furnace-like warmth. The lofty 800-fill goose down provides serious warmth whenever you need it and is highly compressible, so you can pack it down into the interior pocket for easy storage. And while it's best worn layered underneath a shell when foul weather rolls in, the Ama Dablam features down-proof ripstop fabric that withstands mild weather conditions.
Now, when you've finally defrosted and settled in for an evening at camp, flip up the attached and adjustable down-filled hood for an extra dose of coziness as you cook up your choice of dehydrated grub. Multiple pockets make storing necessities, like extra salt or pepper, easy and readily accessible. And, if you are getting serious in the camp kitchen, Marmot's Angel-Wing Movement allows for a full range of motion, so the jacket doesn't ride up when you're really getting into the groove of cooking. Not to mention, a fully adjustable hem makes it easy to not only secure warmth, but enables you to keep a hot water bottle by your side for extra warmth as the temperatures outside your vestibule door dip below comfortably, err, painfully cool.
- Warm winter jacket for cold-weather camping
- Polyester is down-proof and water-resistant
- 800-fill goose down assures lightweight warmth
- Angel-Wing movement ensures unobstructed mobility
- Adjustable hood and hem allow for customizable protection
- Item #MAR00XJ
- Q & A
How much down is in the jacket?
What's the layout of the down baffles?
The down has 800-fill goose down for lightweight warmth. (Claimed Weight1 lb 3 oz.)
Bavarian baffling is used, as far as I can see.
Claimed weight of 1lb 3oz with 800-fill down would suggest that this jacket is *crazy* warm. Is it? Like spectating-a-ski-race-in-Montana-in-January warm? How warm is it, for example, in comparison to the Marmot Guides Down? Or, though I know this is probably asking too much, how about a comparison to other common down jackets, like the Patagonia Down Sweater?