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Make basecamp cozy with the Mojo.

The Haglöfs Men's Mojo Hooded Down Jacket is the kind of coat you want when you're waiting out a storm at base camp or glacier camping in Alaska. Its 800-fill down is supported by additional synthetic insulation at the shoulders, elbows, and cuffs and is treated with a DWR finish to repel moisture from sweat and snow. The Mojos' Pertex Quantum fabric is water-resistant, breathable, and allows for maximum loft, increasing the jacket's overall warmth. The downproof lining prevents down feathers from poking through the fabric, so you don't lose a bit of loft over time. The Mojo sports a basic parka shape with a three-way adjustable hood, pockets on the inside and out of the jacket, and an adjustable hem to seal in heat while you wait for a window of clear weather to make an attempt on the summit.

  • Pertex Quantum (20D polyamide)
  • Pertex Microlight (30D downproof polyamide)
  • DWR finish
  • 800-fill hydrophobic down
  • Extra synthetic insulation at shoulder, elbows and cuffs
  • Regular fit
  • Three-way adjustable hood
  • Adjustable hem
  • Bluesign approved product
  • Item #HAG0086

Tech Specs

Pertex Quantum (20D polyamide ripstop), [lining] Pertex Microlight (30D polyamide), [cuffs] Polartec Power Stretch
800-fill European down, DWR treated
Fill Weight
330 g
Baffle Construction
box wall
yes, 3-way adjustable
[external] 2 hand, 1 chest, [internal] 1 stuff
Recommended Use
alpine & expedition
Manufacturer Warranty

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Great but some gripes

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

So far I've wore this jacket on a couple mountaineering trips in colorado, after reaching the summit of sierra Blanca in late December wearing this jacket i can say that this thing truly is warm, and resilient. this is also my go to Belay jacket for ice climbing or cold days on the rock. Super easy to pack for long expeditions, water resistant, and warm. My only complaints though are that the stitching seems to be of not the greatest quality, long pieces of thread started to appear having only tried it on after taking it out of the box. Still with those aside a great jacket. i would totally recommend this.

Great base camp down jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: XL
  • Height: 5'11"
  • Weight: 210lbs

Not one to use my mountaineering kit around town, or at least an absolute minimum, this jacket is a true down furnace. With 330 grams of down, it'll keep yoiu warm in all but the most extreme of conditions. I am taking this with me to Chamonix in June when I attend the Arcteryx alpine academy there. As with most EU branded clothes, go up one size from your US size or you'll find yourself with kit that fits tight in the armpits and you won't be able to layer appropriately underneath. I'm 5'11", size 41/42 R sport coat with a 35 sleeve length and the XL is perfect.

Everything I wanted...

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium
  • Height: 5'11"
  • Weight: 165lbs

I was in the market for a very heavy, but not an expedition weight belay jacket. I tried the Mountain Equipment K7, but the fit was very small in the chest area. In years past the EB Peak XV has been a great option, but this jacket ended up having more down and it weighs approximately 10 ounces less. You will pay a premium.... I believe the price to be totally worth it. The fit is perfect for me (5'11", 165 lbs, medium); it is big enough to comfortably layer. The zipper is about as smooth as they come. The fabric is really nice and light. The blue color looks great. Everything just works. Highly recommended.

Is the hood large enough to accommodate a climbing helmet? How's the packability? I have the EB Peak XV and it is a house, but I certainly don't lug it climbing (and besides, it doesn't have a belay zip). Have you tried the Marmot Greenland?

Yes, this does have a helmet compatible hood. I can comfortably fit my CAMP helmet under it. One caveat, as with most heavy down jackets of this sort, when you have the hood up combined with a thickly insulated down hood, it does make your side to side movement a bit cumbersome. I have found this to be the case not only with this, but also with my Mountain Equipment K7, Millet Expedition MXP Down Jacket and the Absolute Zero Parka/Down Suit. Its more of the midweight jackets where turning your head from one side to another is more natural in the Montane Cerro and Black Ice 2.0, Mountain Hardwear Nilas, and my Mountain Equipment Vega jacket.