Free Shipping on Orders Over $50 - Some Exclusions Apply*
  • 1-800-409-4502

  • Live Chat with a Gearhead

  • 100% Guaranteed Returns

Spend 100 Get 20 CreditsSpend 100 Get 20 Credits

Refine Results


Shell Type


Seam Taping


Free Shipping

On orders over $50

Some exclusions apply
See details >

The North FaceBurtonArc'teryxNorronaMarmot

DAS Insulated Parka - Men's

Patagonia DAS Insulated Parka - Men's


5 5 (35)

ThermoBall Hybrid Jacket - Men's

The North Face ThermoBall Hybrid Jacket - Men's


DNP Hooded Jacket - Men's

The North Face DNP Hooded Jacket - Men's


5 5 (2)

DNP Pullover Jacket - Men's

The North Face DNP Pullover Jacket - Men's


DNP Jacket - Men's

The North Face DNP Jacket - Men's


4 5 (1)

Prism Insulated Jacket - Men's

Montane Prism Insulated Jacket - Men's


4 5 (13)

UL Thermawrap Insulated Jacket - Men's

MontBell UL Thermawrap Insulated Jacket - Men's


Eigerjoch Light Insulated Jacket - Men's

Mammut Eigerjoch Light Insulated Jacket - Men's



How to Choose a Synthetic Jacket


Synthetic jackets can act as mid-layers, stand-alone jackets, or puffy parkas in the coldest of temperatures. Unlike down fill, synthetic insulation will provide insulation even when it’s wet. It’s also not nearly as expensive. The type of synthetic jacket you choose depends on what you’re going to use it for. For hanging out on belay, you’ll just want something warm. For cruising town in the cold add style to the warm and you’ll be set. If you’re skiing, backpacking, or climbing, then weight and features will make a big difference.


Most synthetic-insulated jackets use a lightweight or medium-weight nylon shell with a water-resistant DWR coating. However, a puffy with fully waterproof fabric can reduce the number of jackets you need if you think you’ll encounter wet weather.


How you use your jacket determines which fit is best for you. Choose a slim, athletic, or medium fit if you’ll wear your down jacket as an insulating mid-layer, or opt for a loose fit if you plan to layer your down jacket over everything else.


A jacket with relatively little insulation makes an excellent choice as a versatile mid-layer when you’re moving or your primary layer when you’re just hanging out by the campfire. Opt for a jacket with more insulation if you’re standing around while belaying an ice climb, or you know you’ll encounter brutally cold weather.