Why We Like The Mountain Equipment Earthrise Down Jacket
From fall and winter camping to alpine trekking, the Mountain Equipment Earthrise Down Jacket has us covered in cold conditions. Featuring a completely recycled construction, the Earthrise Down Jacket deploys a recycled nylon exterior that is complete with a DWR treatment to shed off the water and is filled with 700-fill power recycled goose and duck down to keep us warm. Elastic cuffs make for a good fit and keep the sleeves in place, and the adjustable hem allows us to cinch up the bottom of the jacket to keep in our warmth. Two zippered hand pockets and a zippered chest pocket give us enough room to hold our snacks and phone, and the extended collar adds a little extra warmth around our neck.
- Down jacket for camping, hiking, and mountaineering
- Recycled nylon exterior is durable and Eco-friendly
- Recycled 700-fill power duck and goose down keeps us warm
- Elastic cuffs keep in our heat
- Adjustable hem enhanced the fit
- An extended collar gives us more warmth around our neck
- Three zippered pockets store our belongings
- Item #MEQD0B9
- Responsible Collection
- [face fabric] 100% recycled 20D nylon, PFC-free DWR treatment [lining] 100% recycled nylon
- 700-fill recycled down
- Fill Weight
- [size large] 143g
- [external] 2 zippered hand, 1 zippered chest [internal] 1 zippered security
- Claimed Weight
- casual, hiking, backpacing, mountaineering
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited lifetime
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March 21, 2023
They're gone but maybe it's not to late?
- I've used it several times
- Size Bought:
- 6' 1"
This excellent jacket is out of stock. 😐 It's worth a try to hunt one of these down. This piece runs true to size. It has some wind resistance, but won't stop a 35 mph gust. The down has nice pile. (I haven't noticed any down escaping the shell.) The shell isn't as soft as my Mountain Hardware puffer, but the Mountain Hardware didn't hold up as well as I hoped. This jacket feels much more substantial. With a thermal wool layer and a synthetic shirt under it, I am quite comfortable up to 10,000 ft. I don't ski, so I can't speak to that, but I'm sure this will serve as a great layer under a hard shell when the time comes. I had never heard of Mountain Equipment before this. They are an English company, and I'm often nervous about buying European clothing for my very American frame. Mammut is both my love and nemesis. No problem here, however. I will be keeping an eye out for Mountain Equipment products in the future.
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