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The Mountain Hardwear Men’s Lodown Down Jacket has the skinny on compressible warmth. The Lodown’s 650-fill goose down pumps up the warmth whether you’re shredding powder or raging the après scene, and underarm zips dump heat when needed. The artsy stitching lends some casual style, and the included stuff sack stores the Lodown in your pack during backcountry missions.

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Very nice

    Use this in December climbing MT. Marcy as part of my kit .

    Was really glad to have this on the way down I stepped into a hole and recked my knee . This kept me warm on a LONG 7 mile walk back down -20 everything was cold except my chest :) Packs up very small no hood .

    Nice jacket

      Got this new version of the Lodown jacket.The problem with the short arms was about the previous model.
      The jacket is very nice, enough long, with handwarmer pockets and nice collar .
      This jacket is longer, heavier but also warmer than the TNF Thunder jacket, and also seems to have a more durable outer fabric.
      The jacket does not have underarm zips as listed, and I didn’t receive the stuff sack.
      The jacket has two side pockets, one chest pocket outside (quite small) and one inside.
      I’m not sure how much compressible this jacket is, but I’m overall happy with the jacket and the fit.
      Next week I’m going try it skiing, under a shell jacket.

      Is this jacket water-resistant?

      Is this jacket water-resistant?

      It'll bead off the slightest bit of light moisture for a very short time because of the DWR coating, but it's not something to count on. The jacket getting wet and becoming heavy and uncomfortable is an issue with down, but the bigger one is that wet down loses all it's insulative value. If you expect rain of any kind or wet snow, you'll want to wear a shell over this. Hope this helps.

      I'm looking for a down jacket that has a...

      I'm looking for a down jacket that has a bungee cord or something to cinch down the hem at the waist. Anybody know if this or any other of the Mountain Hardware jackets have something like that?

      The Zonal and the compression fit small....

      The Zonal and the compression fit small. In those styles I needed the XXL. I am 6'4"190 lbs. Does the lodown fit the same way.