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Warmth willing to travel.

The Mountain Hardwear Men's Thermostatic Insulated Jacket adds a layer of cozy warmth anywhere you find cold-weather action. Lightweight, compressible insulation keeps you warm, while ripstop nylon with DWR fends off wind and moisture. This packable jacket features low-profile elastic cuffs and dual hem drawcords to seal out the cold and layer easily. Under a shell when it's nasty or solo when it's mild, this stuffy puffy is ready whenever you are.

  • 15D nylon ripstop with DWR
  • 60g Thermal.Q Elite insulation
  • Regular fit
  • Dual hem drawcords
  • Low-profile elastic cuffs
  • Two hand pockets
  • Stows in its own pocket

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5 5

warm, light, and like the color opinions

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6' 0"
    Weight: 160 lbs

hello all-

used this jacket most of the last winter, was rarely cold and always looked good. out on the trail shoeing/hiking and in town it held up surprisingly well. dwr was up to standers. the medium was a little big but fit perfect with a flannel or thin fleece layer. agree with other posted on a big waist line but the draw strings fixed that quick. reached temps to 15 degrees and was quite comfortable even with a small breeze. if your tall and skinny mountain hardware has good sleeve and torso length. but the fit of this jacket is a little strange so make sure you have a good return policy for sizing. not to many complaints on this jacket so enjoy!-

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4 5

Packs small, looks great, warm enough

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

This jacket has accompanied me on countless crag days, hikes, and camping adventures. I'm 5'5" and 150 and a medium just loosely on me. I probably could have gone small but wanted room for a layer underneath.

Pros: Packs down tiny, lightweight, washes well and returns to normal loft and warmth, great colors, good fit

Cons: No chest pocket, not quite as warm as a few others on the market (but very light and packable)

Overall I love the jacket, but below 20 degrees or so, I'd go with something just a bit warmer.

do you deliver this item outside US?

Responded on

Unfortunately, the answer is no. For a complete list of all the items that BC cannot ship outside the US, click here (http://ow.ly/GMO4U).
Hope this helped; sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

3 5

A bit big in the waist

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

I am 165 5'11". I wear a large in the Phantom, but I got the medium in this one. The jacket fit nicely in my shoulders, but the waist is too big. I switched it out for a medium, the shoulders and arm length were acceptable, but the waist was still a bit big. So I tried a small, it was way to tight in my shoulders, and you could see my veins in my forearms through the jacket...but the waist was the perfect size.

Anyway, I paid $120 after discounts for the jacket, and I couldn't pass up the deal, so I just got the medium and used the sinchers around the waist. It doesn't fit as nicely as I would like, but still looks and feels fine.

How does this compare against Thermoball or Nano Puff jackets?

Responded on

I have both, and both are good in 30 degrees and higher. I started with Thermostatic with I was heavier then 40lbs less later, I bought Thermoball for better fit. When you pack it, Thermostatic is smaller than Thermoball. My thermoball is a bit bad in stitching, not sure why. Both are light and I pretty much use it almost every day on mild weather. I use it as my mid layer for colder than 30 or sometimes i use other mid weight body tight layer than either one of them will work just fine. You just make sure you have the right fit. My thermoball is in M after losing so much weight, and now a bit tight since I'm into body building and my chest are bigger and wider. I must cut down on the chest workout ... but anyway ...you'll be fine with both.

4 5

Comfortable, warm, snug, no chest pocket

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

This lightweight, packable jacket is warm and comfortable when sized properly. I've worn this on hikes in shoulder season, underneath a light shell while climbing big antennas for BASE jumping, and as a casual jacket around town. I'm impressed with the construction and insulation. It holds out the wind and chill well, and even stands up OK in a light mist/drizzle.

I've used this jacket enough that I've had to wash it several times. I run it through the washing machine on normal mode with other clothing, and I air dry it. It has always puffed right back up to its original loft and warmth.

I found the fit a wee bit tight in the armpits. If you're an avid climber or gym rat, and have well-developed lats, you may find the same. I'm 5' 9" and 165 pounds, and I found the medium to be perfect everywhere but in my armpits.

I would have loved to see a chest pocket on this jacket, but in all other respects it has served my purposes well and has been rugged.

5 5

Favorite Jacket I own

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

I had some Mammut jackets that were similar. This one won.
Its packability, warmth and over all comfort are a necessity when on the trail. I love it. After climbing Pikes Peak in it, I am confident that its one of the best you can get for the money, and could probably compete with something twice its price.

Sizing runs great.
Love the rusty color of it.
Definitely wicks moisture if you have a little drizzle or snow coming your way.

Over all, Ideal jacket.

5 5

Best jacket ever

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

I love this jacket! I'm 5' 10" at 182lbs lean athletic build and the medium fits like a glove. I could have went with a large, but the medium serves as my base layer. I have many shell's, middle weight's, and base layers from arcteryx to marmot and including mountain hardware. I've been continuously grabbing my thermostatic. Best jacket ever for moderate activity at 40-50 degrees (walking, moving around town). Performing Severe activity you can wear this jacket in the 30-40's (heavy pack on incline). This jacket is so light, it feels like there is a pillow of air wrapped around you. Fantastic!!!! Plus excellent compression and size for stow.

Thermostatic Jacket Details

Responded on

I would like to have this jacket, do not know the dimensions of the video in this is how much? M or L?

Responded on

wutao. Your best bet to choose the right size is to click either the size chart above or let us know your dimensions and we'll give you the best advice. I am 5'9" 150 and a medium fits best although I am on the small size of the medium scale. I have no idea what size jacket is being used in the video but our samples are medium and that is probably what is being used. Hope this info helps!

Responded on

Thank you very much, ah, I actively measuring a bit, and I did not think your body is so close, I now understand, M must for me.

5 5

Sweet. now my wife wants one

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

The jacket was great. I tok it backpacking in sub 30% with howling wind and it was nice and toasty. I am 6'1" and 170. I bought the Medium for a nice close mid layer fit. it was great.

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