Stellar warmth you can count on.
Why shiver in discomfort when the Mountain Hardwear Zonal Down Jacket can give you the comforting 850-fill down warmth you've been dreaming of? This lightweight layering piece fits easily beneath your shell on super-frigid days on the slopes and keeps you extra cozy on chilly fall camping evenings. Plus, Mountain Hardwear designed the Zonal to fit into its own pocket so it's easy to stash in your backpack.
- A DWR coating sheds lightly falling flakes, the wet from melting snow, and hail
- 850-Fill down insulation warms your core and compresses nicely against your body when you layer the Zonal beneath your shell
- Stretch fleece side panels and underarms offer you plenty of unrestricted mobility and breathability
- Smooth nylon ripstop outer face makes it easy to layer beneath your storm shell
- Dual hem drawcords offer quick fit adjustments
- Two hand pockets stash your lip balm or cell
- Jacket stows easily in pocket while you travel or backpack
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there are better
mtn hardware has better coats available. this one is cold on the side where the stretchy side material is. If you don't want the hood & don't need too much warmth this one would do. when I put a coat on, I need WARMTH. I liked the Phantom better & the Patagonia Hi-Loft when I need more length.
A little short.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I ordered this jacket for my wife after extensive research to find something that fit her very specific criteria (high fill-power (850), elastic cuffs, zippered hand pockets, snug-fitting neck, coral color). Upon arrival, it was pretty accurate to how it was portrayed online - good quality, great color, super lightweight yet warm enough, etc... One thing she mentioned was that the front zipper is a little cheap; it is thin plastic, and can be difficult at times to get the two bottom pieces together so you can zip it up. The main problem, however, is that it was already a little on the short side, and shrunk up even more when washed. She even washed it more delicately than the care label said, but it was noticeably shorter afterward. We ended up having to send it back and order the next size up (xs to sm), which is a bummer because the xs fit well everywhere else.
The new jacket hasn't arrived yet, but hopefully it won't be too much larger through the chest and waist, and will have enough extra length to accomodate shrinkage when it's washed the next time around.