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Leave your bulky fleece at home and bring the MontBell Ultralight Down Inner jacket.

The MontBell Men's Ultralight Down Inner Jacket is warmer than a heavyweight fleece and lighter than most base layers—it's ideal for alpine climbing and other adventures in which weight is vital. MontBell stuffed the water-repellent Ballistic Airlight nylon shell with 800-fill down so you stay warm on that frozen waterfall. Compressing smaller than the size of a water bottle and weighing only 6.9 ounces, the Ultralight Down Inner jacket provides excellent insulation in cold weather and is hardly noticeable in your pack.

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Does Montbell make a jacket like this, or...

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Does Montbell make a jacket like this, or the inner one, for women? I haven't been able to locate anything.

5 5

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this thing is awesome, so warm, so light and packs down to nothing,

5 5

Just Exactly Right

The MontBell UL down jacket is exactly what I was looking for. For those unfamiliar with ultralight gear and clothing, don't expect lots of features. Do expect a feather weight, insulating layer that stuffs very small. Although called a "jacket" it is not suitable as outerwear in all conditions. Think of it more as a "puffy" layer worn over your base layer and under a windshirt or outer layer. It's about as warm as heavy-weight fleece without the weight. The outer shell is somewhat water resistant but you'll need a rain jacket to keep it dry in wet conditions. Bonus: stuffed into a sack or t-shirt it makes a great down pillow.

i am about 5'9 130 fairly skinny but i...

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i am about 5'9 130 fairly skinny but i have broad shoulders. Should i go with the small or medium if i am going to wear it underneath a shell?

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Sounds like a small!

I am5'9 155 to 160lbs and I RUN A MEDIUM!

4 5

Ultralight

I was expecting a little more loft, but it is perfect for a midlayer so i can't complain. I think they could have made it a tad longer..

Another sizing Question.. I'm also 5'11"...

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Another sizing Question.. I'm also 5'11" but a bit lighter frame.. My question is whether the advice to go for a size Large is based on length or width?

I have a Medium Backcountry Shift which fits very nicely - no extra space but not overly tight.

Thanks!

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Go with a medium. I am 5'11" and average/big build and a medium fits great. All montbell jackets are a little short, but shoulder width will fit you fine (medium that is)

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Go with a medium. I am 5'11" and average/big build and a medium fits great. All montbell jackets are a little short, but shoulder width will fit you fine (medium that is)

4 5

Great but fragile

I took this jacket out almost every time I went into the backcountry for skiing last season. Takes next to no room in the pack, and is warm when combined with another layer. Probably best not to wear this as the outer layer when skiing through the Scourge of the Wasatch - Gambel Oak - it will rip. Not that that is a bad thing - gave me an opportunity to add some duct tape for coreness.

making dinner

making dinner

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Warm to about 35. love this jacket and love to be prepared.

is this the exact same thing as the montbell...

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is this the exact same thing as the montbell ultralight parka other than the hood

Montbell UL down inner jacket

Montbell UL down inner jacket

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February on the GA AT at Cheese Factory. Single digits and windy.

5 5

Essential hiking gear

This is the beloved army field jacket liner concept taken to its fullest potential. Way lighter than fleece and because of the material, you don't chill in a breeze. Packs small enough that you can keep it handy for layering. I like to hike in a minimal amount of layer so when I stop I chill fast. This is just the ticket. Just don't let go of it on a windy day. Pockets are great. Collar works good. Would like to see some sort of drawstring waist for when I wear it without a shell. I am 6-2+/about 210# and wear an XL.

5 5

Incredible if you like lightweight.

I love this jacket. This jacket is perfect for layering, backpacking or just taking along in case it gets cold because it comes with a stuff-sack and packs down real small. You have to know what you are buying before you buy it and think of your need. If you want to go light, this is an amazing jacket. If you want something that is ultra durable, look elsewhere. You sacrifice a little durability when you buy really lightweight stuff. having said that, I love this jacket and if you take care of it, it will last you for years. 6foot 170 and the large fits perfect.

How durable is this jacket? It looks like...

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How durable is this jacket? It looks like it is so fragile that a twig or stray campfire spark would ruin it?

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That's a pretty accurate assessment. You're going to have to step lightly in this jacket, as thorns will hurt it and a campfire spark will definitely burn right through it.

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you have to think of what you are going to use it for. I love it for backpacking but may not put it on for bushwacking.

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Definately need to take care with this. I keep it for breaks and camp use while hiking. For where I hike I would be too hot in it. It's weight is it's greatest strength and probably its greatest weakness. Love it and it will love you back!

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My buddy and I used these montbell jackets for 125 days on a thru-hike going through 3 seasons, snow, rain, etc. I agree with the others, if you go bushwacking with it, it'll get torn up. However, minor dings and scrapes won't rip it. Neither of us had any type of issue with holes. The entire line is great, and more durable than you would think as long as you're not stupid about it.

5 5

Oooolala!

Awesome Jacket!
SUPER light and amazingly warm. I saw this on a buddy and ended up ordering it the next day. I haven't done any hikes in it yet, just the city thing so far, but I know it will be packed with me often!
A must have!

5 5

Perfect for lightweight fit.

I was looking for a 3 season (Spring/Summer/Fall) down jacket for the mountains. There are days when you need just a bit more warmth without wanting/needing the big puffy coat. This lightweight down jacket is perfect. It's literally as light as a feather and is warm without being heavy or bulky. I bought the guys version so I'd have the ability to wear this over layers if needed.

5 5

Great style runs small!

The jacket is very stylish--you can't tell whether it's Montbell or the internationally famous brand Moncler. Extremely light--a 15mile/hr wind can blow it in the sky. Material is extremely soft--tends to be a bit fragile. But to my surprice, it's durable so far.

Yes. it definitely runs smaller. Order one size up.

HI. I am 5"11 and weigh 170lbs. what size...

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HI. I am 5"11 and weigh 170lbs. what size should i get for this down jacket?

I am 6'4", 215 lbs. I hear these jackets...

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I am 6'4", 215 lbs. I hear these jackets run small. Is there any way that an "XL" would fit me?

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I'm 6' 4" 240, but I'm not a fatty. Both the XL and the XXL fit well, depending on the fit your looking for. The XL fits perfectly with little room to spare, while the XXL leaves room for layering. So it depends on the fit you want.

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I'm 6'5'' 210 lbs. and the XL fits great. It's a little loose at the bottom so i wish there was a draw-cord but under a shell it doesn't matter. It packs so small, is so light and yet is as warm as a 300 weight fleece. Well worth the money!!!

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6-2+ and XL works great for me. Unless you are long waisted you should be good

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Awesome Light weight jacket

I love my Montbell Ultralight Down jacket! This jackets great for the ski touring I do in the wasatch. After a long skin. Just pop this bad boy on to keep the chill away while your getting ready for the ski down. And on super cold days, just rock this guy as a layer under a shell. And your super toasty warm!! I love this jacket. Only draw back is it is made in china!

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