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The Mountain Hardwear Women's Thermostatic Hooded Insulated Jacket ushers in a new trio to the world of lightweight, warm, synthetically insulated jackets. The heftiest in the Thermostatic family, this hoodie weighs a mere 11 ounces and can be crammed into its own pocket for organized packing. Whether you need a warm and lightweight mid-layer for creating your snow angels or a trim jacket for late-fall Friday night gallery strolls, the Thermostatic Hooded has you covered.
The folks at Mountain Hardwear understand that while down insulation is warmest, it also has shortcomings, like vulnerability to moisture. So they invented Thermal.Q Elite synthetic insulation that combines several different densities of fibers to create an intricate 3-D grid that mimicks the lattice-like network created by down. Air gets trapped within the grid structure and acts as a sentry between you and cold air so you retain body heat even when it's chilly outside. When exposed to moisture, Thermal.Q. Elite fibers retain their rigidity, and therefore retain your body heat.
Handwarmer pockets zip for safe storage, and one acts as a storage pouch for the entire jacket. Low-profile elastic cuffs make for easy layering, as does a low-profile, insulated hood. A new diamond quilting pattern adds a whiff of Fifth Avenue style to this techy jacket so you don't stand out when you're walking on Madison Avenue.

  • 15D ripstop nylon
  • Thermal.Q Elite insulation, 60g
  • Standard fit
  • Easy-layering low-profile insulated hood
  • Easy-layering low-profile elastic cuffs
  • 2 front hand-warmer pockets, zipped
  • Stows in own pocket

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Great Lightduty Coat!

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

This coat is not as thick as I thought. It is warmer than I thought for how thin it is. With some layers underneath it will keep you warm upper 30's-40's .I mainly use it for hiking/climbing & it works great! I love how the sleeves are synched around your wrists to keep them out of the way.I liked the Hood, its also synched which is nice for keeping it in place when climbing or its windy (it doesn't fit over your helmet though). Super light & convenient that is stuffs into its pocket which makes it easy to carry when you aren't using. Semi fitted style. I'm 5'3 110 lbs & the XS fits perfect.


Love it!... Minus the hood

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

I absolutely love this jacket! it is incredibly warm despite its weight! Speaking of, the light weight allows for easy layering, easy storage and ease of movement. I live in north carolina and its been perfect for our unpredictable winter. I can wear alone in 40degree weather and be comfortable.

draw backs for me are the hood and the pattern. The stitching that makes the diamond pattern can get caught if you're not paying attention. The hood is almost useless for me. I have natural hair-a small afro- and my hair doesn't fit comfortably inside the hood. It also isn't particularly flattering, but it is functional.

overall I love this coat! In the future I'd most likely purchase the hoodless one and use it as a layering peice or a lightweight winter jacket.

I'm looking for a synthetic mid layer for...

I'm looking for a synthetic mid layer for an ski mountaineering trip on Mount Marcus Baker in coastal Alaska this spring, so I'm expecting two weeks of -10F nights and wet days. We are going to be tenting it, so there won't be any real opportunity for my layer system to dry out. I've only been able to find "casual" reviews of this product, does it hold up in a non-urban setting?

You might want to look at the Arc'teryx Atom SV... Quite warm, designed as a mid layer, and all synthetic insulation.