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    Light and mighty.

    Ounces count when you are ice climbing, mountaineering, or just doing your outdoors thing as hard as humanly possible in the winter. The Mammut Men's Broad Peak Light Down Jacket is a good choice for two reasons: it's ultra-warm and weighs just over ten ounces. This lightweight down jacket is crafted from a Pertex Microlight fabric, so it's durable, breathable, and water-resistant. The 850-fill goose down keeps you extra warm at basecamp or when the wind is screaming like a banshee. The jacket can be worn as either an outer-layer or an under-layer because of the close-fitting athletic cut. Mammut knows a thing or two about extreme winter sports, so they made the front zipper pockets backpack- and climbing harness-compatible. When you don't need the jacket, it stows in its own left pocket for easy, low-bulk carrying.

    • 30D Pertex Microlight fabric
    • 850-fill goose down insulation
    • Slim fit
    • Elasticized cuffs and hem
    • Zippered hand pockets
    • Stowable design
    • Item #MAM00FH

    Tech Specs

    [face fabric] Pertex Microlight 30D, [lining] 100% polyamide
    850-fill goose down
    2 zippered hand
    Claimed Weight
    11.3 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition
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    Fantastic and light!

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    Got this for my dad and The Swiss wear this!!! So it must be the best and they are right my dad says! Also it’s cool looking! And comfortable and obviously warm!

    Great jacket

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 5'10"
    • Weight: 170lbs

    I absolutely love this jacket. Very warm, i would comfortable wear this and a t shirt around in 30 degree weather. Jacket also has nice durability, i have worn this hiking with a pretty significant amount of brush, and there were no rips on the jacket. I would highly recommend


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Height: 6'6"
    • Weight: 180lbs

    I recently purchased this jacket in order to survive the harsh winter. As a slim dude, the cold weather cuts through me straight to my bones. This jacket has kept me as warm as can be and will continue to do so since it has become my everyday coat. I'm 6'6 and slim, and the XL fits like a dream. The sleeves are slim and hugs my arms ever so gently and its not baggy in the chest. Love the coat... A+

    Fit like a sausage casing ... returned

    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: S
    • Height: 5'7"
    • Weight: 150lbs

    Specs and reviews said this jacket runs small and fits snug. Well, they were right.

    I bought a Men's S, the size I've always worn in shirts, jackets, vests, etc. (5-7, 150 lbs). The torso was tight, not just snug. The sleeves were unusually long, but the elastic wrist kept the cuffs up. But the tight torso compressed the down, eliminating most of the loft; and it was just uncomfortable. So I would say that if you've longish arms and a totally fat-free, slender torso, not muscular, this jacket might work. But also, the zipper didn't function well, and looked from the stamping to be a cheap YKK knock-off ... who knows with China these days. Anyway, I returned it immediately. A larger size would have meant even longer arms and still the funky zipper.

    Fits a bit weird. Warm as heck!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Purchased this jacket last year after looking for a lightweight down jacket.
    FIT: Initially bought a L and sent it back. I’m 6’2”, 225lbs, 36” waist, 44” chest. Exchanged the L for an XL. XL fits like an athletic, slim cut sweater with just enough room to move. The length is a bit awkward as it goes to a little below my hips and is tight, so I have to fold it inward around my waist. -1 Star. Length in the arms is great! I have a hard time finding clothing to accommodate a 36” sleeve. This jacket does.
    It resists light rain for a little while, but would not keep you dry in moderate steady rain if exposed for more than 15-20 minutes. I think this jacket would obviously work best under a waterproof shell in this instance.
    WARMTH: Wow! You won’t believe how a jacket that weighs next to nothing can be this warm!
    A word of warning: The picture of this jacket in black is a little deceiving. It is actually a dark grey.
    I would definitely recommend this jacket for someone looking for a lightweight, warm jacket as Backcountry is extremely accommodating with their returns/exchanges, seeing as the Broad Peak fits a little funny.

    Turn on the Heat

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Height: 6'0"
    • Weight: 160lbs

    If you are looking for plenty of warmth without sacrificing weight, this jacket is for you. The 850-fill down insulation keeps you comfortable in the harshest winter conditions yet weighs in around 10 ounces. The athletic cut makes it perfect for layering under a waterproof shell.

    top quality, uberlight

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: medium
    • Height: 6'
    • Weight: 175lbs

    Ive used this on a ski trip to Utah where it we had a major storm and was probably 10C in the morning getting up to high 20's. Had a lightweight GoreText Shell covering the jacket and had zero issues with temperature. Its a super well constructed jacket and is really sharp looking.

    But... The big stand-out is HOW LIGHT it is - this thing is like wearing air . I switched to a primaloft jacket one day and it felt like I was wearing a wet sweater. I put this back on and it again uberlight.

    Only warning is its LIGHT on warmth side to - if you are not moving and at 10F you will feel the cold. Think of it as a uberlight jacket for moderate to cold temperatures when you will have an outer layer - i.e. early spring for backcountry; and frontside/on piste between 40f-10f. .... It wont do well at bevy overnight and the temps go below zero then you need you an inferno of a garment....