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Mountain Hardwear StretchDown Hooded Jacket - Men's

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    Cutting-edge down.

    When others are huddled under the comforting warmth of puffy blankets indoors, you're wearing the Mountain Hardwear Men's StretchDown Hooded Jacket through bone-chilling ski sessions in balmy comfort. Crafted with groundbreaking stretch-bonded channel construction, this jacket works like no other insulated jacket. Dynamic stretch knit fabric provides mobility unmatched by traditional ripstop fabrics, while the welded channel construction traps more warmth than standard stitched-through constructions. Mountain Hardware's unique, Q.Shield Down is infused with a permanent water repellency that helps the down maintain loft—and insulating power—even when wet. Combined, these two technologies make this hooded jacket ideal for layering in cold, wet ski conditions where mobility and warmth is demanded.

    • A state-of-the-art jacket ideal for protection in wet, cold conditions
    • Dynamic stretch kit for increased mobility during outdoor activity
    • Q.Shield Down resists heat-robbing moisture and stays lofty when wet
    • Unique welded-construction traps more warmth
    • Insulated hood for increased weather protection
    • Zippered pockets keep essentials secure
    • Standard fit provides layering versatility
    • Item #MHW00RF

    Tech Specs

    Material
    Dynamic Stretch Knit (100% polyester)
    Insulation
    750-fill Q.Shield down
    Fit
    regular
    Length
    hip
    Center Back Length
    28 in
    Hood
    yes
    Pockets
    2 zippered hand, 1 zippered chest
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Great jacket, but too long

    • Size Bought: medium

    Not sure what these brands are thinking..

    I'm 5'10.5, 175lbs and the medium goes down below my butt if I let it hang and don't bunch it up at my waist.

    At my size a medium should fit me perfect. Small would definitely be too tight in the shoulders and short on the arms. Why are these brands making things in 'tall' cuts? I'd have to be 6'1 for this to fit comfortably.

    Arcteryx seems to be the only brand that understands people don't want this excessive length and boxy fit.

    Frustrating. Will have to return. Great jacket otherwise.

    Streeeeeetchy

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

    This coat is great because its all the warmth of a down coat but without all the limitations. Most down coats are very rigid across the back and shoulders. this jacket moves with you and not against you.

    Great solo or layering piece

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

    If you're looking for the warmest down jacket this isn't the one for you. However, if you're after a down jacket that is warm enough for temps into the mid-30's and can be worn under a shell or on it's own this is a great option. The shell material is supple and soft to the touch yet still resists light precipitation. The Q.Shield down is amazing. Not only does it resist moisture from rain, snow or humid environments but if you sweat in the jacket the moisture passes through the down instead of being soaked up.

    This piece is perfect to pack up the skin trail and wear on the way back down. Lots of warmth while still being very pack-able. I'm normally a large in most jackets but purchased a medium in this due to the length of the sleeves and the room in the body of the jacket.

    The Future of Down Jackets is here

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Medium

    Moutain Hardwear's Stretchdown jacket is one of the best I have ever warm. Insanely warm down protection is accented by a stretchy and comfortable fit that until now, has never been felt in a down jacket. I have worn this jacket on a couple of day hikes and over night camp trips in the Uinta's and it has been amazing. The welded seams make the jacket waterproof too, so your day wont be ruined by a light rain shower or snow coming down on you. I'm excited to layer under my shell this winter for those chilly January and February snow days. Size runs a little bit big.

    Down Jacket w/o Mobility Restrictions!!!

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

    This jacket is amazing! I have had several down jackets in the past and have always been a bit bummed out that there is always a restriction on your range of motion. It became a routine in down jackets for me...Not anymore. This jacket is extremely stretchable, so there is no movement with your arms you can't do (as shown in my picture!!). With the addition of the stretch, this down jacket gave up no other features. It is super warm, very packable, and extremely light given the size of down fill. Can't wait until the cold weather really sets in, just so I have an excuse to use this jacket even more.



    Feel free to reach directly out to me with any questions on this jacket, or anything else on the site.

    Down Jacket w/o Mobility Restrictions!!!

    Initial impressions

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Medium

    This is a new jacket and it's not truly cold enough where I'm from (but I wanted to get the jump on things). But wanted to let people know a little bit of what to expect.

    It's a fairly big medium, definitely an outer layer. It's designed as a regular fit, fits like a regular fit, don't expect too much different. The arms/length/chest is what'd you picture for a regular fit. The neck/hood is close fitting with insulation, the hood is a little boxy. The chest pocket is large - like your whole left chest-to-armpit-big. All three pockets are behind insulation. The material of the jacket is slightly stretchy, but mostly I notice the material is a little frictiony because it's a newer material not slippery/shiny. Seems delicate. The jacket is warm/comfortable, you can wear it in fair temps (60F) without being uncomfortable, haven't experienced the bottom range of temps yet. There's two hem button adjusters incorporated into the jacket that are really well designed and unobtrusive. The cuffs aren't adjustable but work fine - I've got a fairly big watch on and the sleeves don't cause me problems. No issues with leakage at this time.

    I'll update this after so more use.