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Millet Dual Langtang Hooded Down Jacket - Men's

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    Everything you need for cold and windy ascents.

    Built to bring warmth during alpine ascents, forest rambles, or any other cold-weather endeavor, the Millet Men's Dual Langtang Hooded Down Jacket combines softness and ease of movement with lightweight and enhanced warmth. A Pertex Quantum Ultra Light fabric covers the front and back to create a windproof and water-repellent barrier to shield you from rain, sleet, and snow, while the Air Stretch dobby fabric at the sides, arms, and hood offers resistance to abrasion. Quick-drying and moisture-wicking properties and a touch mechanical stretch brings comfort along on those tougher trails. Packed with Down Blend Dry Microloft, this jacket keeps you cozily toasty when the temps drop, while still allowing for high levels of breathability and quick-drying performance against wetness. Raglan sleeves further boost your range of motion, and two zippered pockets at the front safely stash your phone and wallet for easy access.

    • Pertex Quantum body fabric
    • Air Stretch dobby arms, hood, and sides
    • Windproof
    • Water-resistant
    • Down Blend Microloft insulation
    • Raglan sleeves
    • Regular fit
    • Front zippered pockets
    • Item #MIL00AY

    Tech Specs

    [body] Pertex Quantum, [arms] Air Stretch dobby
    Down Blend Dry Microloft
    2 front zip
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition, hiking & camping, climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    A delicate balance found

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

    I was a bit skepical of this piece at first; I mean, if you're going to insulate it might as well include the arms, right? Turns out, this layer nails the niche of aerobic activity in cold, dryer weather. The Pertex Quantum makes for a nice, stretchy windproof shell. The down "vest" is cozy and warm, and hugs my skinny build well. It's weight, and other features, make it the ideal piece for ski touring.

    I've been testing this in the cold mid-winter weather in the Wasatch. It's been great for those cold morning starts and as a touch of warmth when I don't want to carry a puffy. In fact, it's replaced the Rab windshirt and Arcteryx Atom LT combo I was using for the same conditions. Now I get away with a shell, the Dual Langtang, and a light fleece as my only layers in sub 20*F ski touring weather.

    I really appreciated the way it warmed my core, but left my arms and pitts to cool off. It holds heat well, being windproof, but it's very easy to regulate by adjusting the zipper. Just drop the zipper, dump heat, and reset back to cool.

    The fit is one of the greatest parts- I'm althetically skinny (5'8, 155lbs, got a Medium), and tops always have too much fabric around the gut. Not the Langtang. But it's not tight either. Just cozy. The hood looks funny but it functions really well, it could easily fit under a helmet and stays out of my face.

    If you're looking for a great layering piece, look no further! Worth the cost for sure.

    A delicate balance found

    THE ski touring layer

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

    This jacket is a bit of a specialist piece, but what it does, it does very well. I have been wearing this for the past couple weeks for ski touring and nordic skiing and have been very impressed with the performance.

    The chest and back have a down-synthetic insulation blend that offers a surprising amount of warmth. The sleeves, sides, and hood of this jacket are completely un-insulated and made of a very thin, slightly stretchy windproof, water resistant fabric. The windproofing is excellent - it shielded me from 25-30mph gusts on a ridgeline with no problem - and the jacket will fend off light precip in cold temps. It isn't waterproof however, so if the precip is warm and slushy or it's snowing heavily, you'd want a proper waterproof shell over this.

    For high-output activities in cold, dry, weather, this is one of the best layers I've ever used. The combination of high breathability, windproofing, and light insulation have kept me warm and dry skinning and nordic skiing with just a merino base layer underneath, even in single digit temperatures. On warmer, sunnier days, I have even worn this without another layer on top for descents.

    Calling this a down jacket isn't entirely accurate - it's more of a lightly insulated wind shell. If you buy this looking for a traditional down layer, you'll be disappointed. However, if you do aerobic activities in the mountains during the winter, this jacket is a great piece that will find a lot of use. The sizing is very European, I'd size up one.

    Hood and sleeves are uninsulated

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    I had high hopes, but when I opened the package, the jacket was a disappointment. The hood and the sleeves are completely uninsulated (not even lined), as are the sides. It is almost like a slim down vest sewn into a basic nylon windbreaker jacket. I am a fan of vests, but I don't need another one; I need a jacket with insulated sleeves. I hope the description gets some clarification.
    On the plus side, my return and replacement order were super easy!
    From a fit perspective, it has a contemporary slim fit. The side pockets are somewhat oddly placed: the zippers go up high on the torso (maybe this is so they don't interfere with a backpack waist belt?).