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You'll be thanking The North Face Freeman Anorak Down Jacket when you're belaying your second on a frigid ice climb and the temperature drops even further than predicted. This toasty, 600-fill down-insulated jacket weighs in at under a pound, so it keeps your pack weight down. Highly compressible, the Freeman Anorak can be out in a split second to keep you insulated from the incoming cold front while you man the ropes.

  • Kangaroo hand pockets keep your hands warm in between climbing and belaying
  • Stowable emergency non-insulated taffeta hood adds a layer of protective warmth when necessary
  • Articulated collar helps keep an ergonomic fit when the Freeman is worn under another layer
  • Hem cinch-cord completes a seal between you and the cold
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Nice coat

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I really like this jacket. It is very comfortable and not too heavy. I think it's great for temps in the 30's and 40's. A nice feature is the large cargo type pocket. That gives it an edge over the similar Marmot Zeus pullover which has no front pocket.

Warm and Light.

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

This is a great warm pull over that packs down great. The front hand pockets let your hands share the warmth. Fantastic feature. Plenty of down but not too bulky that you can use it as a layer. My only complaint is that the elastic on the wrist cuff is a little tight. Hopefully it will loosen up over time.

comes in at under a pound?? so how many...

comes in at under a pound?? so how many grams are in their pound?usually there`s 454/lb and this jacket apparently is 820g?? Any facts as to actual weight.