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Mountain Hardwear Stretchdown RS Hooded Down Jacket - Women's

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    Downy warmth that moves with you.

    Down jackets do a great job of keeping you warm when you're standing still, but they aren't the most comfortable things to hike, climb, or ski in, which is why Mountain Hardwear created its Women's Stretchdown RS Hooded Down Jacket. Lightweight, insulated, and equipped with just a touch of stretch, this down jacket is ideal for everything from cold hikes, mid-winter ski tours, and cold belays. Since the jacket's made with Mountain Hardwear's Ghost Lite fabric, it's impressively light, but it's still packed full of 750-fill down for dependable warmth when the temperatures drop. Q.Shield down is water-resistant, so it won't clump and lose insulating properties at the first sign of moisture.
    • A down jacket for alpine climbing and backountry touring
    • Q.Shield down is light, compressible, and hydrophobic
    • Ghost Lite fabric reduces the overall weight of the jacket
    • Ripstop shell resists wear and tear while climbing
    • Welded-channel construction increases durability and adds stretch
    • Alpine fit is slim fitting through the body for easy layering
    • Item #MHW00RO

    Tech Specs

    Material
    15D Ghost Lite Ripstop (100% nylon)
    Insulation
    750-fiil Q.Shield Down
    Fit
    semi-fitted
    Length
    hip
    Center Back Length
    25 in
    Hood
    yes
    Pockets
    2 zippered hand
    Claimed Weight
    13.1 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition, backcountry touring
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Too tight on chest

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    So just like my review for the mountain hardwear stretchdown this is too tight in the chest but fits nicely else where. Super light and comfy it's probably great if you don't have breasts or don't intend to use your arms. The partial raglan seems distort the movement of your arms so definitely not for me. I am wide shouldered 34 d/dd and built like a brick you no what. I'm solid but not large.

    Nice jacket, but sending it back

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    I purchased this jacket in a medium in Zinc in addition to the Patagonia down hooded sweater in medium. I decided to go with the Patagonia for a few reasons.

    1. The color of the zinc mountain hardware jacket is much more blue than steel grey. The lining is also very light colored. I anticipate it getting very dirty looking quickly.

    2. I am 5'10" about 150 lbs. I have a long torso and arms. The Patagonia is a bit longer in the back when compared to the Mountain Hardware. There is also a little bit more length in the arms in the Patagonia. The Mountain Hardware elastic on the wrists is a bit tight for me.

    3. You can cinch/tighten the hood on the Patagonia and not the Mountain Hardware. The Patagonia hood also comes up higher on your face when zipped all the way up- around my nose! I love this personally, as I want to use this trekking and hiking. When you summit, it's great to have something to cover that much of your face.

    4. The body/room in the body is pretty much the same in the two jackets but feel that the Patagonia is more flattering and allows layering.

    5. While Mountain Hardware says that they do trace where the down comes from, Patagonia has a much more clear and traceable down product.