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    The Endurance gets you through the coldest mountain storms.

    Laugh in the face of savage sub-zero temperatures and scoff at vicious white-outs thanks to the supreme warmth of the Rab Men’s Neutrino Endurance Down Jacket. An outer shell of Pertex Endurance fabric wards off the weather while 800-fill hydrophobic goose down holds in vital warmth without packing out thanks to a stitch-through baffle construction. Despite it's massive warmth and medium-length cut, this packable jacket stuffs down small inside the included stuff sack so your already-bursting expedition pack won't blow a seam.

    • Shape the wired peak of the down-filled hood to keep the sun, whipping wind, and snow out of your face
    • An internal down-filled baffle behind the main zipper blocks cold at the chest
    • Adjustable hook-and-loop cuffs cinch securely around your leather gloves, and a hem drawcord locks out deep snow
    • Item #RAB0040

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] 30D Pertex Endurance, [lining] Pertex Quantum
    Insulation
    800-fill hydrophobic European down
    Fit
    athletic
    Hood
    yes, full-time
    Pockets
    2 front, 1 internal security
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 6 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine expedition, climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Best jacket ever!

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

    Initially I bought a rab neutrino endurance for my wife's birthday as she is always cold no matter what the temperature is. She has loved it so much that she has bought me one for my birthday. We live in the south so it is definitely an overkill for the climate but for the days it is cold, jacket is perfect. I have tested it with while driving around 45mph with hand sticking though an open window at around 30 degree Fahrenheit temp, and I did not feel cold at all. Anyhow, 6 months and 2 more rab's later (we got two more for my parents who came to visit from Europe) I am looking to hear the reviews from them and how did the jacket show in European winter temperatures. I can say however that both my wife and I spend quite a bit of money on clothes, and this jacket is definitely within top 5 clothing articles I have ever gotten in my life. Only problematic part is the sizing, I am 5-8, 185 and I got a medium which fits well, however since everyone in my office has tried it, it fits the 6-1 guys as well only they are skinnier than me. All in all, get this jacket, you will not make a mistake!

    Rab Hydrophobic Down

    In the early days, Rab Carrington built his brand around down insulation, and we still see down manufacturing as a core part of the Rab brand today.



    All of our down insulated products are filled with the highest quality Hydrophobic Down, developed in conjunction with Nikwax. The hydrophobic treatment is applied at source and is seen as the next step in our progression in down manufacturing.

    Sweet Jacket

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

    Super cozy. I'm a huge fan of its packability, and how light it is, but, sometimes it just doesn't seem as warm as it should. I use this for a parka in my touring setup, and really for anything else where a warm puffy parka is applicable.

    The rollable hood is cool, but they could have done better. I guess a minimalist approach to hood storage is a good choice though.

    The zipper is backwards, IMO. It zips as a women's would. It can be a bit finicky for myself to get that situated when my fingers are cold and numb, but without too much worry.

    For the price, I'm a bit worried about it's durability, but that's probably just me worrying about tearing an expensive jacket.

    Love it though!

    Does the job

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

    This packs down small enough to go into my pack for every winter trip. It is warm enough to keep me happy for all but the coldest ice belays - for the really cold ones, something bigger can be nice.



    Right now it's about six months old and still seems highly water resistant. I used it as a belay jacket with no shell during heavy wet snowfall the other day, and it shed the precip just great. I haven't gotten it wet enough to test the water resistance of the down treatment.



    The zipper can be fiddly though.

    the hug of warm comfort parka

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:Runs small

    such a great design. weather proof on the outside and super soft inner. perfect for cold belays or bar hopping on a chilly night. I used it recently ice climbing in vail and then walking around Breck later that night. I'm usually a medium but have the large... It's over kill in most situations like if you live on the west coast...except for maybe on the summit of Rainier in winter.

    Crossover jacket

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

    I tried this jacket, and returned it. I'll lay out why:



    It's a crossover jacket. It's not comparable to the Arcteryx Thorium AR, Cerium SL, MH Ghost Whisperer, because it's much heavier, more loft, waterproof/resistant PU coated shell layer. It has waterproof zippers, and a big hood that fits fine with a helmet. So it's a belay jacket, right? Heavy but amazingly warm?



    Nope, it's not baffled, just sewn through. It's more of an active cut than a parka cut. It doesn't have a double zipper to unzip a big from the bottom for a harness (if you really needed that). And I guess if I have a real belay jacket, its under a big shell in the wet, or I'll wear it stand alone in the dry, and all the extra features aren't needed.



    I was annoyed by cheesy velcro bits to adjust the brim of the hood, and a strap at the back of your neck that's supposed to bundle the hood into a collar. I was also not a fan of the wire brim hood when I have so many other hoods that work fine without it.



    So maybe you want a crossover between a midlayer and belay down puffy? SUPER midlayer or lighter duty, wetter weather belay? I didn't.



    Fit was pretty good - I'm 185, 5'11", ~40 chest, 33 waist.

    troubles with the zipper

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

    I really want to 100% like this jacket, but the zipper is sometimes a pain to use. It gets stuck and you have to make an extra effort to align both sides of the zipper, I can spend several seconds trying to do that before actually zip it all the way up.



    I tried this jacket at 30F and it kept me warm, however, with strong wind, it is better to put on a windshield, otherwise, you'll feel a bit cold.

    Good but too expensive

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

    I live in anchorage ak, I'm 5'11 165lbs athletic build. I bought a medium and a large. The large fits great with just enough room to layer. I purchased this coat after going through 3 other down coats, made by top brands, and all 3 ripped within a month of purchase. I then sought out a coat that had more of a durable outer shell fabric, still pack able, and warm enough for AK. It was between this coat and the feathered friends volant. I ruled out the volant due to its style mostly, and I think it was a little more coat than I needed. I have only had this coat for one month, November , and have not been able to expose it to the real test. However I have exposed it to temperatures around 20 degrees f , rain, and light snow. The outer layer seems to shed water well and be more durable than my other coats . It's very comfortable, and has a nice style. Cons: spendy. There are many coats on the market with similar features ( although not as durable) for half this price. I don't think this coat is as warm as all the reviews claim. I have gotten chilly in it around 25 degrees ( without layering underneath). The zipper sucks.



    Bottom line: good coat, expensive, would recommend to someone looking for a durable down coat.

    So nice and so warm!

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

    So i've got about a two solid winters using this for mostly backcountry splitboard missions in the Sierra Nevada range. It performs great as a belay, base camp jacket mostly as I find it too warm to use while doing anything active. However on a trip to Pico Orizaba in Mexico last fall, my riding partner and I got caught in temps around -5 degrees and winds gusting 20-30 mph near the summit. This jacket was the perfect warmth for me to keep moving and not over heat. It felt pretty awesome being in such bad weather and feeling completely protected from the cold. As for the fit, Im 5'11" 170lbs and order a medium. It's still large enough to throw it over my shell, mid and base layers. Definitely one of my favorite pieces or gear.

    So nice and so warm!

    Toaster

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:Runs small

    Could be the perfect very cold weather puffy. Design is phenomenal; not too baggy, extended back to cover your bottom somewhat, hood is adjustable and super warm. Water-resistent coating beading water with first few exposures to wet snow.

    This thing is insanely warm. Literally can't keep it on when inside at room temps as you'll start to sweat, and I'm a typically cold person. I wouldn't wear it outside unless near 0 degrees.

    As it is down, it packs down quite small for its size.

    I'm 5'11'' 160, slim and the Large fits perfect. I'm a M in some brands/designs, so might run a bit small.

    Short torso but warm DC winter

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:Runs small

    I'm not an ice climber or a heli-skier--I use the jacket for around-town stuff in Washington DC, where I live, so I'm probably not qualified to judge it for warmth or durability in extreme conditions. That said, DC is bitterly cold in winter, with a special kind of constant, misery-inducing wind that goes through windstopper jackets like they were t-shirts, and this jacket made for just about the first toasty-warm DC winter I've ever survived. I mean that. This jacket is really, REALLY warm. While layering is a little difficult, I don't really need to in the city--I can walk around in a base layer or performance t-shirt under the jacket and be completely comfortable.



    There is one major hiccup, and that's the cut. I have a long torso, and it fits WAY too short. That doesn't thrill me, because even though it covers me past the waist, the length means the hood fits tight. As a result, the collar doesn't cover my face. It covers my neck, which I guess is good, but I'd have preferred it to sit higher (I'm 6'3" and 185 pounds with an athletic build).

    The Best Jacket for my son

    • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit:True to size

    I purchased this jacket for my son who goes to school in Minnesota. The jacket is well made, warm and stylish; not bulky as some other down jacket that he disliked. He is 5'10" 140lb and a M fits him well.

    This is the only jacket he is wearing now everyday in ' The icebox of America'.

    Just so-so for "non-athletic" use.

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:Runs small

    I was looking for a good, lightweight, and VERY warm jacket for my daily commute. I wanted to stay away from heavy parkas and thought that this might do the job. While the jacket is certainly comfortable, it's not as warm as I'd like and the fit is tight.

    short in arms

    • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it
    • Fit:Runs small

    If you have long arms this great jacket will not work. I'm 6'2" 185 and the cuffs were inches above the wrist with hands at sides on the xxl. The xl was too small all around with fleece layer underneath. Too bad.

    Great warm, light, comfortable jacket

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

    I live in Canada where it can get fairly cold and was looking for a warm comfortable, light down jacket. I had narrowed down my choice to the MH Nilas jacket since they were on sale, however the local store ran out of my size. I attended another local store Trailhead and noticed that they sold some Rab jacket which I didn't think were available in Canada. Apparently there are around 8 Retailers country wide who do sell there jackets. I tried on the jacket and was really impressed with how comfortable it was and that it had somewhat of a tailored fit for a jacket of this style. I also tried it on underneath my OR hard shell Gortex jacket just to see if it was possible and it fit nicely. I'm 5'10, athletic build, 185 pounds and the medium was a great fit. I was able to test the jacket out today as the conditions were -25 c, and -38 c with the windchill. I layered long underwear, Arteryx LT hoodie and another mid layer then the Rab Endurance jacket. I was out with my dog for approximately 45 minutes walking at a medium speed. I was very warm and probably could have done without one of the mid layers. The jacket did a great job blocking the wind and fit over top of a Yukon style fur hat. The hood also fits great around your head with no hat or helmet. Hopefully this helps answer a few questions about the jacket for anyone considering buying it. The best way I can describe it is that it feels like your wearing a down duvet cover around your upper body that's been tailor cut and weights almost nothing. So far I'm very happy with it and would feel safe taking it winter camping.

    My impressions of this jacket Size Large

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

    I haven't had the jacket that long although I have used it in a variety of conditions so far. I live in WA pacific NW and have seen weather with this jacket ranging from the mid 40's and raining to around 10 degrees.



    The jacket has worked as I would expect it to keeping me very warm even when the temps dipped to almost single digits. I bought this jacket after reading some fairly good reviews and am very happy with my purchase so far.



    Sizing is consistant and fit is on the athletic side which works for me as I am 5'10" 195lbs Chest is 45" waist is 33" so I don't wear more than a base layer underneith and have to cynch the bottom quite a bit, might have been better off with an XL, but the waist ends up being wayyy to big...



    All and all the jacket is light and very warm extremely nice jacket!!

    Finally-the perfect down jacket.

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

    I've been looking for the perfect down jacket for a while. I live in the PNW and its usually wet around here so having the Pertex Endurance fabric is a nice bonus. Also, I'm very thin and tend to run cold and on top of that I continue to climb even in the winter months. This jacket has finally fit the bill. I first tried the Marmot Ama Dablam. It had a great fit, but there wasn't enough down to keep me warm. I then tried the Marmot Greenland. That jacket was too warm. I then tried the First Ascent downlight jacket which I tried to love, but it wasn't very weather resistant and and didn't fit right over my mountaineering layers. This jacket finally felt right. Perfect amount of insulation to keep me warm (more down in the body than in the arms) but not enough to make me start sweating like crazy. Additionally, the hood is great and the collar covers high to seal out the wind and cold. For reference, I am 6', 135 lbs. and bought a medium. This fits fits easily over my winter mountaineering layers (base layer, 100-200 weight fleece, light synthetic jacket [atom lt], and a hard/softshell). If you're looking for a warm, weather resistant down jacket, this a great buy!

    Just frikkin awesome.

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

    Just an amazing amazing jacket for the price that will keep you warm. Fits true to size. I'm 5'8, 160 pounds with a 40 inch chest and medium fits just right without layers. Any layering and I would have to size up. The Pertex Endurance will shed light precipitation. It is not as breathable as high quality shells, but this is not a jacket designed for high aerobic activity. Rab's helmet-compatible hoods are right up there among the best.



    I'd been onsidering the Rab Infinity Endurance, but I couldn't justify going for the less durable and less warm jacket for only 2 ounces.



    My one complaint is that the down migrates on the volar surface of my forearms and biceps after repeatedly flexing my biceps leaving no insulation on my biceps. This is a problem on many down jackets, and it can only be fixed through creating more baffles at the mid-arm or by placing synthetic insulation at the mid-arm. I also have a HUGE head, so the down collar is really snug on my jaw/chin on a medium jacket.



    I also own the Mountain Equipment Vega which is a very comparable jacket. I prefer the Vega because of the cool hood and easier zipper, but you can't go wrong with either.

    Great down jacket

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

    I picked one of these up slightly used from a friend and I've almost replaced my Marmot Ama Dablam that I've had for three years with it. Feels nice, super insulated and warm. Packs down small into its stuff sack. I particularly like the longer torso cut for this one in comparison the the Ama Dablam. Also the Pertex feels a little more durable than the polyester shell on the Ama Dablam. However, I really appreciate the ability to stuff the Ama Dublam inside its own pocket which this one is not capable of.

    What is the warmest Rab down jacket? Would you recommend a jacket other than the Rab for wind and warmth? I'm planning a winter expedition in Alaska and am prone to the cold. Thanks in advance.

    Best Answer

    Stephanie, it depends on what you intend to use the jacket for while in AK. Is this the piece of insulation you intend to be moving in all the time? Or are you looking for a jacket that is more of a belay parka, and for times when you are moving very slowly in really cold temperatures? Really cold temperatures to me is anything below -10F, could be different for you. What expedition are you doing in AK? Sorry for all the questions, its hard to make blind recommendations though. Here is what I can tell you,



    Their warmest jacket is http://www.backcountry.com/rab-andes-down-jacket-mens?. Its not as warm as the Mountain Hardwear Absolute Down or Marmot 8000m jacket but, its pretty close. This jacket would be used for belaying, hanging out around camp on really cold days, possibly to be worn on your summit day depending on temps and speed of the group.



    Another jacket from them is http://www.backcountry.com/rab-microlight-alpine-down-jacket-mens?. This would be a more versatile piece. You could possibly wear it while hiking, and around camp if its warmer out. Its also much lighter so if you know the temps are going to stay higher you can forgo the big belay parka and just bring this jacket along.



    The Neutrino Endurance fits in the middle of the spectrum. Microlight being on the light end, and the Rab Andes being on the heavy duty end. On an expedition in AK, I brought 3 pieces of insulating jackets. 1 very light down, 1 light synthetic, and then a big belay parka. That gave me a lot of options and seemed to do the trick. Didnt wear the belay parka all that much but, we did get stuck in the tent for 3 days and it was -30F out, totally necessary.



    If you have anymore questions feel free to send me an email or call!



    Bill Porreca

    bporreca@backcountry.com

    801-736-6398

    Hi there, is the Smoke colour as silver as it appears on this page, or is it more grey?

    The Beluga color looks like a softer black shade than the black selection, is that correct or is it a really dark blue?



    Thanks

    Hi, I'm trying to decide between the RAB Neutrino endurance and the Infiniti endurance. What is the major difference? Does the Infiniti have a hood store away like the neutrino? The Infiniti has 850 at a little lighter fill than the 800 neutrino...are they comparable warmth?



    Thanks

    Best Answer

    There are a few key differences between the Neutrino Endurance and the Infinity Endurance jackets.



    Weight: The Infinity Endurance is going to be about 3 ounces lighter than the Neutrino Endurance.



    Fabrics: The Neutrino Endurance jacket uses a Pertex Endurance fabric for the entire outer material. The Infinity Endurance uses a combination of the Pertex Quantum GL fabric and the Pertex Endurance fabric. Pertex Endurance is used on top of the shoulders, on top of the arms and at the cuffs for added weather resistance and durability. The coating on the different materials in the Infinity Endurance is what often confuses people - both the Pertex Quantum GL and the Pertex Endurance outer fabrics have been coated with the Pertex Endurance treatment. This adds weather resistance to the Pertex Quantum GL fabric, while maintaining the lightweight properties of the material.



    Fit: The cut on the Infinity Endurance is going to be slightly shorter than the cut on the Neutrino Endurance.



    Down: The Infinity Endurance utilizes an 850 FP European Goose Down, as opposed to the 800 FP European Goose Down that the Neutrino Endurance uses. That being said, you get more quantity of down in the Neutrino Endurance jacket, at 8 ounces worth of down in size Large, as opposed to the 7 ounces of down you receive in a size Large Infinity Endurance. Both jackets use a fluorocarbon free Hydrophobic Down developed in conjunction with Nikwax.



    Features: The Infinity Endurance has elasticated cuffs and a zipped external chest pocket, while the Neutrino Endurance has velcro cuffs and only an internal chest pocket.



    Hope this helps!

    Hello! I'm planning to visit Canada during next January. Since I live in a warm weather country all year long I'm not used to cold temperatures. I will spend some time in the big cities but I'm thinking in doing the auroras boreales and I want a very warm jacket to use for both. What do you recommend? Thanks a lot

    What is the difference between the Neutrino Plus and the Neutrino Endurance jackets?

    Best Answer

    Great question as they're both great jackets.



    There are four main differences.



    -First being the fill weight of 275 grams for the Plus vs 225 grams for the Endurance and both have 800 pure Hydrophobic European goose down.



    -The second is the torso length which the Plus is a bit longer in the torso vs the Endurance. The extra length will allow for better core-body insulation.



    -The third is the Plus has a baffled boxed wall construction vs a sewn through boxed wall construction for the Endurance. The sewn through allows for some heat to escape on the Endurance.



    -Fourth is the Plus has articulated elbows which allow for more freedom of movement.



    *I'm not sure why the Plus is only showing a 1 year warranty as Rab products all have a lifetime warranty.



    Hope this helps you out and enjoy a warm winter with a Rab Down Jacket. If you need more info or help give one of the BC Gearheads a call at 800-409-4502.



    Scooter

    I'm heading to northern Scandinavia next January and need a really warm jacket/parka mainly for walking tours. I'm 6'5" tall, 40" chest, 37" arm, athletic like guy. What model and size would you recommend? I normally use size L. My biggest concern is the sleeve's length. Thank you! Arturo

    Best Answer

    Size up in Rab. It's a british cut which tends to be narrow chest/shoulders, straight through the waist and longer arms.

    I'm normally a S/M in men's outerwear and I got the medium win the Neutrino plus. Even with the medium, I halfway considered a Large for layering. Your normal size will be snug and athletic, but something this puffy benefits from a little extra room to layer under.

    Curious as to the main difference between the latest Infinity jacket and the Neutrino Endurance? From what I can see, they share similar fill type and weights, and both sport sewn-thru baffle construction?

    I have the Neutrino and am thus far pleased with it-but I am curious about the above?

    Best Answer

    The Infinity is a lighter jacket and uses a 10 D Nylon compared to the Endurance which uses 30 D Nylon, so the Endurance is a bit more durable but 3 ounces heavier. The Endurance also uses a hydrophobic down so if it gets wet it will hold its loft a bit better and dry a lot quicker.

    I'm looking for a jacket for around-town use. It should be super warm, when cold, but wearable above 0°C, too. That means I want to stay toasty in the morning at the bus stop, but also wearing my jacket the same day while going back home (when you won't need such a warm jacket, but it is to cold to go without any). I just want to wear a T-Shirt or light Sweatshirt under it, so I would like to know whether this one would be the right choice? Can anyone tell something about the temperature range for using it? (I know it's quite subjective, but just to have a clue)

    Thank you!

    Hey Roland!



    This jacket is a really warm, durable jacket that is going to be a great piece for active winter pursuits. It will be good as a belay parka, will work well for ice climbing, mountaineering, ski touring, winter camping or most anything else you plan on doing in the cold. It also would make for a great around town jacket in the winter and would definitely work for what you are looking for. If you have any other questions, you can contact me at 1-800-409-4502 ext 4446 or email at gconner@backcountry.com

    I am 5'8 185!!! wondering if the lg would be the way to go. Also trying to decide whether to go with this jacket or the Arcteryx Thorium????

    Best Answer

    We try not to suggest sizes by height and weight since there are so many other factors that will affect how that jacket fits. Torso length, sleeve length and chest measurement are the best ways to find a good fit.



    As for the Neutrino vs the Thorium, it depends on what you plan to use it for. The Neutrino is a heavier, fully down insulated piece white the Thorium is a lighter weight hybrid of synthetic and down fill. If you plan on using it in a dry, cold environment, then I'd suggest the Neutrino but if you will primarily be using it in a wetter, more mild temperatures like you'd find on the west coast the Thorium. Those jackets are vastly different even though they are both puffy insulated pieces.

    Is this jacket going to be warm enough?...

    Is this jacket going to be warm enough? I'm really drawn to this jacket because of the price & weight, but I'm nervous it is not going to be warm enough. I'm looking for a jacket to use on the prezi traverse & Mt. Washington in the winter, where it could get down to -30F with windchill. I'd obviously have layers on underneath this, not just a fleece, but if anyone has experience it would be very helpful.

    Despite being "fairly" water resistant,...

    Despite being "fairly" water resistant, in extended wet conditions is this possible to wear a shell over this jacket comfortably? Or it is too bulky for such a use case and is supposed to worn on top of other layers?

    Best Answer

    You could wear it under a shell, the shell just needs to be big enough. If you bought this in a large you may want to get the shell in an XL. I feel it would be pretty bulky though, I would definitely enjoy the jacket more wearing it over everything.

    I am planning to buy a Neutrino Endurance....

    I am planning to buy a Neutrino Endurance. What size would you recommend? I am 38 inch chest, 5.6 feet tall and 150 pound weight.

    I am wondering if the small size will give enough room for extra layers. Thanks

    hi I wonder if the Neutrino Plus size...

    hi

    I wonder if the Neutrino Plus size runs one size bigger than the regular Neutrino. I tried the Plus ; size Medium and it was way too big to me and small of Neutrino Plus was fit well. I couldn't have a chance to try regular neutrino. I normally wear Medium and 175cm and 160lbs; normal shape. any advice for size for neutrino jacket? Thanks.

    Thanks.

    Can someone compare the hand pockets of...

    Can someone compare the hand pockets of the Endurance to the Plus? For example, the Plus are essentially thin fabric putting the hands close to the body for its warmth. This provides a different feel when compared to my other jackets which have a slight liner in the pockets. Comments?

    whitch rab down filled jacket is the...

    whitch rab down filled jacket is the warmest i'm talking about in the minus 20 c and more for back packing ,and general outside activities

    I noticed that most of the user pics show...

    I noticed that most of the user pics show the hood being worn over a helmet. How well does the hood fit without a helmet?

    Best Answer

    Mark,

    The Neutrino's hood is definitely helmet compatible which you can see in the pics, and it is more geared toward technical use than many other downs on the market, but that doesn't mean it can't be worn without a hood, or even casually for that matter. The hood will fit a little larger than some other down hoods you may have tried, but it also has pull cords on either side for creating a snug and seamless fit around the face.

    I'm looking for a very warm jacket for...

    I'm looking for a very warm jacket for commuting around the big city. By warm, I mean nothing but a t-shirt underneath warm. Is this the one? Also, are there pockets other than the two outside?

    Best Answer

    Hey Mark,



    The Neutrino Endurance should be plenty warm for cold commute days-- easily down to temps around 0, with no need for additional layers. Of course, all of this is heavily dependent on your own metabolism, how long you stand in one place, etc--but this is definitely a very warm jacket.



    The Neutrino Endurance also comes with a zippered interior pocket--handy for stashing your keys and wallet.



    Hope this helps!

    I'm 5'10 1/2". 165 lbs. 41 chest. 33 waist....

    I'm 5'10 1/2". 165 lbs. 41 chest. 33 waist. What size should I get for either the endurance or the endurance plus. I'm leaning towards the plus.

    Hi NL--the Endurance runs true to size, where the Plus runs consistently large. I would say a Medium in the Plus and a Large in the standard would be great for you.



    Between the Endurance or the Plus, I'd look at the plus as well--you'll appreciate the warmth if this winter is as cold as it's been.