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Light as a ghost.

The Mountain Hardwear Hooded Phantom Down Jacket can be worn as a stand-alone jacket on dry days or under a shell when it starts snowing, Either way, the 850-fill goose down will keep you warm while you play outside.
  • Ultralight 20D ripstop shell
  • 850-fill goose down is ultra-warm and compressible
  • 2 handwarmer pockets help unfreeze your digits
  • Jacket stows in its own pocket
  • 2 interior water bottle pockets keep your water from freezing
  • 2 hem cords keep drafts out

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how does compare to the
MontBell...

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how does compare to the
MontBell Alpine Light Down Parka?

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vsop. The Hooded Phantom comes in at 481grams or 16.9oz. The Alpine Light comes in at 15.7oz or 445grams. I would bet that this weight difference is due to the fact that the Hooded Phantom jacket has MORE 850-fill down packed in to it than the Alpine Light therefore the Hooded Phantom would probably be warmer. Also, the Alpine Light only utilizes 800-fill down and not 850-fill. These are the main differences that I can see... hope this info helps!

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Great light down

I was looking for a light down good for mid 30s to low 20s and this is the jacket. I have a Millet Expert Down for the really cold days...this is a good option for a little less puff. The hood is great as well as the shell that sheds light snow. It's good for windy conditions as well. FYI - size up.

I'm 5'5, 125lbs with broad shoulders and long arms...the medium was perfect

I am 171cm tall, 72 kg weight. Which size...

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I am 171cm tall, 72 kg weight. Which size should I choose?
thans

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Paolo,
You are likely between a small and medium but I would recommend the small size as Mountain Hardwear tends to have a larger boxy fit. If you plan to layer a mid layer underneath consider going up one size. The small chest size is 91-97 cm and the sleeve length is 84 cm.

How does this compare to the Marmot Ama...

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How does this compare to the Marmot Ama Dablam Down Jacket? I'm specifically interested in the fit and the amount of down fill in these jackets. I'm looking for a lightweight puffy to put on during stops while winter hiking in Colorado.

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It has 183 Grams of down?. the Ama Dablam has a bit less? honestly, I found them to be of comparable warmth?. the hood on the Ama Dablam is quite a bit better?.

I am 176cm tall, 68kg weight. Which size...

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I am 176cm tall, 68kg weight. Which size should I choose?

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Jusp,
You are likely between a small and medium but I would recommend the small size as Mountain Hardwear tends to have a larger boxy fit. If you plan to layer a mid layer underneath consider going up one size. The small chest size is 91-97 cm and the sleeve length is 84 cm.

What's the fill weight on this? I've read...

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What's the fill weight on this? I've read the Kelvinator has 176g of down.

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181 Grams of 800 fill down, it is warmer than the Kelvinator because it has more loft and down.

hello I'm from Argentina, sent to my country...

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hello I'm from Argentina, sent to my country and I can pay by paypal?

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Rogelio,
Backcountry.com can ship to Argentina and we do accept PayPal payments, though we can not accept PayPal over the phone or via LiveChat, you would need to place that order yourself online. Backcountry.com ships internationally with UPS and your package is subject to customs, tariff, duty, Value added Tax (VAT), etc.

5 5

Awesome Down jacket

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I first purchased the 2012 kelvinator jacket, did love it, but then i found the Phantom for a ridiculous price (180$). Honestly, both jacket are very nice, but if you can afford the phantom or find it on sale, dont hesistate to get it ! Its very lightweight, warm and compressible. Its alot more warm than the Ghost whisperer too as it have alot more fill weight. If your looking for an awesome down jacket at a reasonable price, get the phantom jacket.

5 5

MH Hooded Phantom Down is wicked awesome

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I recently picked up one of these bad boys and does exactly what I need. I sized up so I can throw it on over my jacket while switching out the skins and getting ready for the down hills. Even with the extra room inside it's still the warmest 1lb down I have ever worn thanks to the weight mostly coming from mountain hardware's 850 down, the shell is extremely light weight and the unnecessary bells and whistles are absent on this no nonsense mountaineer approved down. If you thinking about getting one DO IT! I'm 6' and about 180 and the large is roomy enough to throw on over a jacket but a medium would fit better over just a base layer.

how does this compare to the MH kelvinator...

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how does this compare to the MH kelvinator jacket. i know it weighs about the same but has much higher quality insulation. but is it way warmer?

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Jacob,
The Hooded Phantom jacket has more warmth for a similar weight to the Kelvinator due to the higher fill-power and about 20 g more down. They both have a similar lightweight outer material, but overall the Hooded Phantom will be slightly warmer and lighter than the Kelvinator.

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Micah
how does the Phantom comare to the Ghoast ? from the photos the Phantom looks a bit more bulky ? Is either of them better than the other to wear under a shell ?

Does the hood come off?

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Does the hood come off?

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No, i'm guessing that Mountain Hard wear wanted to shed as much possible weight and non-functional features.