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Say hello to your new, freeze-nuking friend.

Your water bottle might be frozen, but you're toasty-warm thanks to your protective and insulative Montane Men's Anti-Freeze Jacket. Its water-repellent, windproof, and durable shell and lofty, compressible 750-fill down insulation makes it ideal for long, cold exposure on the trail or wall. Articulated sleeves and an active fit allows plenty of high-reaching without hem pull-up. And say good-bye to frigid bivies: strategic panel-stitching eliminates cold spots and distributes warmth evenly, so you can may toss and turn, but you'll sleep in comfort. A waterproof stuff sack is included, so you can take your friendly Anti-Freeze anywhere.

  • Ultralight, soft, durable Pertex Microlight mini-ripstop is water-repellent, windproof, downproof, and highly breathable
  • Supersoft 750-fill Peaq down insulation feels gloriously light, dries quickly, and breathes with ease
  • Stitch-through down panel construction maintains equal distribution of warmth to prevent clumps and cold spots
  • Active fit is relaxed but closer to the body for lean, easy movement
  • Articulated arms allows high-reach mobility and reduces hem lift so your midriff doesn't freeze
  • Full-length reversed and baffled two-way front zip provides extra-protective barrier at this vulnerable juncture
  • Part-elasticized self-fabric cuffs with hook-and-loop adjustment and adjustable hem seals out the elements to keep you warm and snow-free
  • Soft fleece beardguard around neck adds cozy comfort
  • Two handwarmer pockets with reverse zips and map-sized chest pocket
  • Waterproof stuff sack included for protective portability

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5 5

Antifreeze

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

I just luv the Kiwi/Steele color--cool as hell. This is a really well constructed and very functional down jacket. Its very comfortable and light to wear. It just gives you that instant warmth. I use it to walk in, hike or just to go around town. There are many details large and small that make it special, the large hand warmer pockets, the stitching, the lay out of the collar etc. you get your money's worth. And I especially like the beard guard. I'm 5/10 160 and the large allows me to wear a thin layer fleece jacket if needed underneath in comfort. My only quibble is the European zipper is a bit hard to get started sometimes, though this breaks in over time. To me a Montane is way cooler than owning a Joe Q public The North Face any day!

2 5

Questionable zipper

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

I liked this jacket, but ultimately returned it due to problems with the zipper. Positives included the snug fit and the wrist closures. The outstanding negative is the zipper which had two issues. First of all it's a left hand zip which is odd ball for male jackets in the North American market. I could live with that. What I couldn't live with were the problems encountered in getting the zipper to work. It was difficult to marry the two sides and frequently jammed or misfired.

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Have the same issue, but you just have to be doubly sure that the "male" side is flush on the zipper side. Not a deal breaker for me, but definitely a pain in the a$$.

5 5

Nice piece w/ *EXTREMELY* snug fit

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs small

Bought a large in graphite / kiwi and it was way too tight in the armpits/sides. Length was fine, but I suppose I'm too broad for this jacket. BC exchanged it for the XL, and it is a *good* fit...not a great one, a good one. The previous reviewer nailed it - don't expect to wear a heavy layer under this one.

With that said, wow - great looking piece, four pockets - hands, outside and inside chest pockets...deep pockets, plenty of storage. The cinchable elastic band around the top of the neck lets you control airflow up top, there is a liner that goes up the zipper path which prevents you from catching the jacket when zipping up.

I wore it today in 35* weather with a golf shirt and base layer, and it was quite toasty. Bottom line, it's good looking, highly functional and seemingly quite versatile. The stuff sack is not just a cheap bag, it's rather beefy. Oh, one weird thing is that the zipper is on the left side...like a woman's jacket. Odd...

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European jackets have the zipper on the other side. This is standard. Sometimes, the Americans have it backwards. What advanced country still does not use the metric S.I. system of units?

4 5

Great jacket?..tight fit

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I really like the construction of this jacket?it's just snug with a first layer, so I'm going to check out the next size larger. The sizing may be correct for a second of three layers, but I need some comfort for day to day use. It's certainly warm enough even with a single layer under it, but if you are using it with a sweater or bulkier first layer it will be snug, and somewhat restrictive.

4 5

Great So Far!

So far it's great! I've only used it around town but going to the backcountry tomorrow so ill let you know. It's very warm and just as light as the pata down sweater. Great price.

anyone have or used this? How is quality,...

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anyone have or used this? How is quality, warmth? Thanks

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Quality is first rate, you feel and notice it right away.

Its very warm and comfortable but is not really for sub zero temps unless used with additional layers.