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Stay warm from belay anchor to bar crawl.

Lightweight, packable insulation is like wearable magic on ski tours and alpine climbs, and the Stoic Luft Hoody wants to be the magic in your pack. Stoic gave the Luft 100-grams of lightweight, synthetic Cirrus insulation and a warmth-retaining hood to help you brave alpine walls and early-morning skin tracks. The Luft’s 3-D ergonomic fit offers a layer-able fit that won’t restrict or inhibit motion.

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5 5

Perfect Jacket

At 6'4" and 200lbs this jacket is a perfect fit in large; this is the first insulation piece I have ever owned that actually fits. Sleeve length is perfect and the back actually covers my waistline. This is an excellent insulation piece that borders on a heavy layer for higher AK peaks and and as a belay or camp jacket and everyday coat in the milder temps of SE Alaska. After nearly a year of expeditions, weekend warrior trips, and constant everyday use in a temperate rainforest this jacket shows minimal wear; some quilting and some stitching has come loose but after a good wash its back to being bright and repelling drizzle for yet another winter. The hood is large and loose without a helmet, but when ice climbing the hood is amazing for belaying! In an entire closet of outerwear this is my go to piece here in SE AK.

Perfect Jacket

Is this item packable?

Is this item packable?

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Hey there! Yes this is super compressible/packable, but doesn't stow into any of its own pockets...

Absarokas- Stoic Luft Hoody

Absarokas- Stoic Luft Hoody

Worked phenomenally in mid 30s at night with only a merino wool longsleeve underneath.

5 5

awesomely warm jacket

i got this for my boyfriend and he can't stop marveling at how comfortable and warm it is. it's great for wearing around town as well layering under a coat or shell in colder conditions. it does a great job at blocking wind too. the cuffs are great for sealing in warmth as are the cinch cords. a fun suprise is an extra pocket not listed in the specs--there's an inside chest pocket as well. the only thing that might have been a fun option to have is a removable hood, but still really happy with the jacket.

4 5

Dopeness!

My only complaint is that the hood is huge. I assume to go over a helmet or a person riding on your shoulders. If they'd just throttle back on the hood the jacket would be perfect. I use it at 1400 ft in Colorado.

Sleeve cuff

Sleeve cuff

Sleeve cuff keeps out cold air but sleeve run small and are tight fitting.

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The sleeve cuff was a complete failure for me. It got caught on anything on my wrist, and the yellow part of the jacket would slide all over the place getting in the way of my hands or moving down my arm when I lifted it.

5 5

Best jacket ever

Best jacket ever. It's super light, super warm, wind and water resistant. Even on a bitter cold and windy day I can wear a tshirt and the jacket and be warm. Amazing. Even on a warmer day you don't overheat in it. It's by far the best jacket i've had. Get one.

4 5

Good jacket.

First Stoic purchase and I am pretty happy. This is a pretty awesome jacket. Nice fill of insulation, not too puffy, but still warm. This is replacing an old TNF Nuptse and I was looking for something less puffy, a little less warm, and a hood.

Hood is large (helmet compatible) and has nice cinch points. Fit is athletic. I am 6' and 210 lbs with broad shoulders and bought a large. Fits perfect. Also, the stitching on the jacket is pretty cool.

My only concern is the thinness of the material and the stitching. The stitching is already fraying in places (have had it for a month), but nothing serious yet. The material is thin (and very light), so I wouldn't wear it skiing. I would be afraid of snagging it.

I paid $75 on SAC which is a great deal. Very comparable to Mountain Hardware and Patagonia synthetic insulated jackets, which usually run around $200.

3 5

The cheapest quality ever

this is very very cheaply done product. The stitches in my pocket come apart next day. It doesn't have a stuff bag and the adjustment on the hood is done with a foam and it gets undone all the time.

so to walk around the town it is ok, the idea of the of this gear is good. I paid 70$ for it on SAC and i think that the real price should be like 40$

5 5

Best puffy ever

I generally don't like puffies because they are bulky and I tend to overheat in them. This one is lightweight and just breathable enough to wear under any type of chilly conditions. When an arctic storm hit Lake Tahoe the temperature dropped to 5-10F, I just wore it over my longer underwear top and my shell for snowboarding and I was at a very comfortable temperature (I actually am a little cold usually and wear a thin fleece under my shell in 20-30F weather).

I actually wear it all the time now because it is so comfy. At my ski cabin, I wear it to bed because the house hasn't warmed up the first we are up (and head and shoulders are exposed above the blankets). I wear it at home when it is chilly in the late night and morning (thermostat is turned down 11PM-8AM to save energy).

It's great.

5 5

So light... its not there

First, love the beehive color.
Second, great fit (5'9" 150 lbs) Medium is great, enough room for layers under, but not baggy.
Third- Super light: lighter, thinner, and more packable than my fleece!
Forth- warm! Wore this out three days ago on San Antonio (temps around 18) was comfy with only a long sleeve synthetic T-shirt underneath and a hard-shell (no insulation) over top. Great thing was, that unlike the fleece that this replaces I never got hot. Again, wasn't cold when I paused for snacks, and wasn't too warm when I started off again.

5 5

so sexy

wow. this is a great looking, feeling, functioning coat. stops wind surprisingly well. very thin and light but comfortably warm; i live in AK. the cut is definitely hip and far cooler than its patagonia counterpart. i'm 5'10" 185 and the medium is a perfect fit.

3 5

Heavy for being thin

Actual weight of the Luft Hoody I got is 20 oz. From my in house testing, seems less warm than my 12 oz Patagonia down sweater (no hood). I like the yellow color...just not as lightweight as I was looking for, especially for being thin on insulation.