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Icebreaker Stratus Hooded MerinoLOFT Jacket - Men's

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    Stay warm with wool.

    When cold winds are ripping through the high country and hunkering down to wait out the storm just isn't an option, rely on the Icebreaker Men's Stratus Hooded MerinoLoft Jacket to keep you warm as you make your way back down to camp. Insulated with merino wool, the jacket functions well when layered under a shell thanks to its natural ability to regulate body temperature, manage moisture, and offer a good amount of breathability. This means you can keep on hiking in it without having to dry a clumpy, soggy jacket once you get back to camp. Its all-recycled polyester fabric is water resistant, so you can wear it on its own when the weather turns cold and clear.

    • 100% recycled polyester fabric
    • MerinoLoft insulation
    • Regular fit
    • Shaped hood
    • Adjustable drawcord at hem
    • Zippered hand pockets
    • Item #ICE00EL

    Tech Specs

    100% recycled polyester
    [body] 180g MerinoLoft, [sleeves] 100g MerinoLoft
    2 zippered hand
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Quality product with a warm, soft lining

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

    This is a very well made jacket. The merino wool lining feels very cozy next to my skin. The zipper pockets makes sure my gloves don't fall out or anything else. When I go walking in my neighborhood, I like having an inner pocket with a hole where my earbuds emerge. The fact that it is not down filled means a non-puffy jacket, so I don't look like the Michelin Man. I am slim and I have broad shoulders so I wear a large.

    Quality product with a warm, soft lining


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

    Exactly what I was looking for. I just received it so I haven't put it to the test yet but it's excellently made and seems very warm. 5'11 195lbs got the large and fits great. The jacket is a bit tall which I like as it extends slightly below the waist. Simple design, no unnecessary extravagance. Will follow up once it actually gets cold in the North East but for now it seems perfect.

    Stylish, sleek, warm and windproof...

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

    There are a lot of quilted jackets and mid-layers out there and many of them are too glossy for me. This is stylish, functional, but more masculine than many other the very shiny quilted mid-layers.

    I'm 6'2", 185 and according to their size chart the L is the right size for me. The large fit really nice and if I wanted it as a true mid-layer with only intending to have thin shirts underneath, it is the way to go. Whether you want it for sport or dailywear. BUT, if you are going to have a sweater or fleece under it, it's not big enough.

    I returned my L and got an XL. Its roomy without being baggy on me. Looks perfect with a big sweater or fleece under it and also looks nice without it. I think I can still wear it fine as a midlayer under my shell, but at this point it is probably more of a winter daily wear coat for winter hikes and work.

    Price seems a bit steep for a pretty lean set of features. You have two pockets on the outside and one on the inside. Should have a little more zips and tricks for the price. It's also missing pit zips/vents. Does seem like a well made jacket, though. Also, I think Icebreaker only has a 90 day warranty period in their stores and 365 days on their website, but if you buy it at Backcountry, you can return it forever! So I bought it here. Yay Backcountry!!

    I have not worn it in winter weather yet. They say it is warmer than 800fil down. I don't see how that could be true...maybe it prevents less heat loss but a big puffy down coat traps a lot of air to keep you warm as soon as you put it on. This feels like a great coat but it isn't instant warmth like the feeling you get when you put on a big puffy coat. I'm confident, though, that when I'm active in it and generate my own heat, this will keep it inside.

    All in all, a really nice looking coat that seems quality made. I looked at the North Face jackets first and didn't see anything I liked as much as this one. We'll see how it performs!

    Would this be warmer than a down product?...Patagonia down sweater or arcteryx cerium lt for example. Any idea on the fit, wind proof , moisture resistance ? Any info would help. Details are scarce. Thanks

    Dave, I tried this on in an icebreaker store and it's a really nice jacket. They claim it is warmer than 600 or 800 fill down (check their website for the specifics). It's not winter yet so I don't know, seems warm but I think a 600 fill down is a lot puffier and traps a lot more air to keep you warm. But I still bought this jacket. I like that the fill is wool based, the inner lining is wool, the entire jacket is windblocked and the outside coating is very nice and they say it is water resistant. It's a quilted jacket without being too shiny or trendy puffy. If that makes sense. Seems very functional. On the fit, I'm 6'2" 185 lbs. I could go with a L or an XL. The L was more fitted but very comfortable and looked sleeker. I think that is the better size to wear as a casual coat and as a mid layer. If you are going to wear this as primarily an outer layer and you think you'll have some thick fleece/sweaters underneath it, then I'd get the XL. That looked completely different on me but was still a sharp looking coat. Just depends what you are going for; comfortably snug fitted or roomy outer. Hope that helps.

    I have now put this thing through the ringer. It's not winter coat. It just isn't anywhere near as warm as my 650 fill Marmot down jacket. I still really like it, but you have to know it's place. It's sleek and stylish and I could wear it for a hike as easily to the office. I don't know what marketing pseudo science mumbo jumbo got them to their "better heat retention then xxx fill down" but it's BS. Now, it's still an awesome jacket. I'd say it's a great Fall coat, a winter coat with a thick base layer, maybe spring skiing, and it'd be a nice mid layer under a shell... but I think then it'd be pretty hot as a mid. I have to admit, this one is for fashion more than function.