The warmth of wool packed into a modern winter style.
If you're a fan of being warm in the winter, chances of you not loving Icebreaker's Stratus X 3/4 Hooded Jacket are pretty slim. It's insulated with the merino wool you can't get enough of, and it covers you all the way down to your knees. It brings high-lofting warmth into your everyday adventures.
- A jacket filled with the warmth of wool in a modern mountain style
- Partially recycled merino wool blend insulation keeps your core temp just right
- Water resistant finish fends off misty rains and flurries
- Extra length gives you more protection from cold than traditional winter jackets
- Item #ICE00RX
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
- Fit: True to size
- Height: 5'3"
- Weight: 125lbs
I got this for my mom for her birthday, knowing how much she loves Icebreaker, here is what she had to say about it:
"I absolutely love this jacket, it's so well made & warm without being bulky. Definitely like the fact that it's made with wool as the main insulation rather than from down feathers. It's pretty stylish as well, & I can tell I'll be wearing it a lot this winter"
My FAVORITE stylish winter go-to jacket!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
The Icebreaker Stratus X 3/4 Hooded Jacket is my go-to favorite jacket during the fall and winter months. I seriously LOVE IT! Not only is it extremely comfortable and warm, but very stylish and fits the body well. I can't begin to tell you how many compliments I've received on it! This jacket not only suits my lifestyle living in the Pacific Northwest, but I've traveled with it internationally and across the country to varying cold climates. Everywhere it's gone with me, it's performed beautifully! If you're looking for a quality jacket and a purchase you won't regret, definitely order yourself the Icebreaker Stratus X 3/4 Hooded Jacket. I'm sure you'll love it too!
Is the Harmony/Jet color green? The same product on other sites looks more grey than green. But here it looks pretty clearly green. Please advise. Thank you!
Hey there Stephanie!
I would call this a dark seaweedy green! The photo we have on our site if pretty accurate! I wouldn't say it has a gray or hazy look to it!