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Synthetic or down—why not both?

Columbia used a combination of its synthetic Omni-Heat insulation and 860-fill hydrophobic goose down to make its Men's Platinum 860 Turbodown Hooded Jacket. The result is a puffy coat that won't let you down when things really start to get cold. Lying just below the down, the Omni-Heat insulation is designed to provide better breathability and pull moisture away from your body more efficiently than natural down fibers, so you get the best of both worlds. The Omni-Heat reflective lining reflects your body heat back to you, thanks to small shiny circles peppered through out the face of the fabric. The goose down is treated with a water-resistant finish, which helps it maintain its loft even if it gets wet, and the Modern Classic fit is a regular cut that lets you move without getting too big.

  • 30D nylon micro ripstop
  • Omni-Heat Reflective Microtex DP lining
  • 860-fill Turbodown
  • 60g Omni-Heat synthetic insulation
  • Modern Classic fit
  • Drawcord adjustable hem
  • 2 zippered hand pockets
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Tech Specs

[shell] 30D nylon ripstop, [lining] Omni-Heat Reflective Microtex DP (polyester)
860-fill TurboDown, 60g Omni-Heat
Modern Classic
Center Back Length
28 in
2 zippered hand
Recommended Use
alpine, climbing
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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Nice puffy

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Large
  • Height: 6'0"
  • Weight: 185lbs

Bought this jacket with a dual purpose in mind: 1) go-to top layer for bitter cold, windy Midwest winter days and 2) back-up layer for snowboarding tours. Since purchasing, I've only had the chance to use it for the first purpose :( but it is a nice puffy for the price.

The black color I ordered is definitely not true black - it has a blue-ish hue to it up close. Wearing other blue (jeans) or black (snow pants) clothing brings it out especially.

I feel the product does run large. I wear a size Large in most of the clothing I have, but I would have been better off buying a Medium. Just wearing a t-shirt or long sleeve underneath leaves a crazy amount of room and I have to cinch the bottom to prevent from getting drafts up my back. But I suppose the room would be good for multiple layers underneath or for someone with a large chest or belly. When standing and the jacket is not cinched, it does fall to a nice length below my hips.

Awesome coat, messed up the sizing

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: buy a medium if you're built like me
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 165lbs

This coat is ridiculously warm. Like kind of crazy how warm. I thought at first that the Omni-Heat was a gimmick, then i wore this thing and was sweating in 25 degree weather.

But i messed up and got the wrong size.

I'm 5.10 and 165 lbs - large shoulder build - went for the large - too big - GO FOR MEDIUM-

Tops in the Down Jacket Game

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: XL
  • Height: 6'2"
  • Weight: 250lbs

I bought this jacket last fall and wore it all winter. It is absolutely the warmest jacket I've ever owned. I researched comparable options from North Face, Patagonia, Marmot, and Mountain Hardwear. Comparable jackets at the same price point don't include the grade of fill or anything comparable to Omni-heat. Mountain Hardwear has the Ghost Whisperer but it starts at $85 more than this jacket. It isn't any warmer, function any better, or have superior technology. I think the only reason this jacket isn't getting more attention is because it is Columbia (this mega brand) and not a more trendy, expensive brand. Why pay more for less? The Turbodown combined with Omni-heat technology is all you can ask for and more. Not an exaggeration, I can go out with this jacket with nothing but a t-shirt under and be comfortable in below freezing temperatures.

Omniheat tech is the BOMB!! Like you, I've worn an Omniheat synthetic jacket in upper 20's/lower 30's with only a long sleeved Tee on underneath. I'm seriously looking at this jacket.

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Warm and stylish

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

Very warm, looks great. The omni-heat reflective material is very effective. I'm 6'2'', 170lbs, and the Large fits me perfectly without looking like I'm drowning in it.

FYI, this is 800 fill down + 60 g Omni-Heat® synthetic insulation = 860 TD (turbo-down). The specs and description should be updated.


Can anyone say about how long this jacket is? I.E. is it more standard length or more like Parka length. I already have a Parka so looking for something a little shorter

Would it be possible to wear it below 0 F (with a fleece pullover under it) whilst no activity such as waiting for a bus or simply walking?

I live in Canada, Ottawa and am looking for a main outer down jacket for the harsh winters yet to come. Can this jacket be used as the main outer down jacket? Could you suggest some down jackets for Winters in Canada? I need it for the usual use like going out to classes etc.

As long as your underlayer is something like a warm shirt, then YES absolutely. I don't own this particular jacket, but I do own other Omniheat clothing. The baselayers are incredibly warm. My primary winter jacket now is an Interchange system with an Omniheat synthetic jacket. I've worn that out in upper 20's with just a long sleeved Tee on underneath and been pretty toasty. I'd say with this jacket you'd be comfortable with just a Tee, and a simple baselayer, or maybe flannel shirt on underneath.

Does this jacket pack into it's own pocket? If so how small does it pack and what is the overall weight of the jacket?

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I called Columbia and all they had for me was the ship weight-- including the plastic packaging and the hang tags, a size M is 11.2 oz, which makes it their lightest down jacket. This one does not pack down into its own pocket, but it is still very, very compressible. The Diamond 890 does pack down into its own pocket, however--

Hopefully this information helps. If you have any other outerwear questions, please feel free to email me at or give me a call directly at 1-800-409-4502 ext 4456!