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StretchDown Hooded Jacket

The Mountain Hardwear StretchDown Hooded Jacket traps heat and blocks out the cold weather whether you're climbing a steep rock face, skinning up a pristine field of snow, or grabbing coffee on a brisk morning downtown. The Dynamic Stretch Knit fabric and a stretch-welded channel construction allow for an increased range of motion so you're unrestricted reaching for that next hand hold or trudging up a steep skin track. Hydrophobic down insulation resists moisture and retains loft, keeping the jacket warm and packable if it starts to get wet. An athletic fit contours and hugs your body, making it easy to layer underneath a shell jacket when out carving turns in deep snow.

  • An insulated jacket to stay warm while staying active
  • Dynamic Stretch Knit build creates a comfortable range of motion
  • Hydrophobic down meets RDS certifications and is free from flourine
  • Stay warm on the chairlift by layering this under a shell jacket
  • Hem adjustment traps in heat and locks out cold
  • Item #MHW00Z1

Tech Specs

Material
Dynamic Stretch Knit (100% polyester)
Insulation
750-fill Q.Shield down
Baffle Construction
stretch-welded
Fit
semi-fitted
Length
hip
Center Back Length
27.5in
Hood
yes
Pockets
2 zippered hand, 1 zippered chest, 2 interior drop
Claimed Weight
1lb 2oz
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, casual
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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Best for lean & lanky builds ...

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: Large
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 185lbs

The jacket is really well-constructed, but I had a few reservations about keeping it. I was looking for down/synthetic hooded jacket to have as an outerlayer for cold pursuits. I have mid-weight primaloft layers and was in search of a heavier insulated layer to put on during a snowstorm, or keep in the pack for post-snowshoe/post-AT ski ascent.
The loft feels on the lighter side, but at the same time the jacket does not appear to compress very small to put in a pack. The fit is a little tight across the shoulder blades. I'm usually a large, I have broad shoulders, but I don't typically encounter the snugness I felt in this jacket. The sleeves are a bit long but they feel like they would seal well against gloves - I don't view this as a negative. I would consider this as a great fit for someone with a lean & lanky build.
I returned in exchange for a Black Diamond Cold Forge Parka size L and I think that will better fit the niche I was going for.

Never want to take it off jacket

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Large
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 165lbs

This jacket became a mainstay on a recent extended trip to Iceland. I had to remind myself I had other gear with me throughout the trip. I really enjoy everything about this jacket. It's incredibly warm yet still maintains a high degree of functionality. I really enjoy the design. It doesn't pack incredibly small but I never had this issue as I was constantly wearing it. The hood and sleeves don't fit tight on me but that isn't my need. I always buy one size up for gear such as this because I layer everything. I would recommend the medium for most consumers my size unless you like a big fit. I've had some negative experiences with long-term use of mountain hardwear zippers, but thus far this jacket has been perfect. I enjoy a jacket that serves multi uses and I was comfortable wearing this jacket around camp, in town or in casual social settings. I'm all about gear that empowers me to have more dynamic experiences and I never once had this jacket fail on me. Whether it was in fierce wind, light drizzle or frigid arctic nights. A bomber of a jacket!

Never want to take it off jacket

Well built jacket but the sizing is off

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Large
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 173lbs

I really like the feel and construction of this jacket but I had to return it due to sizing issues. At 6'1 and 170-175lbs, I am often between sizing on jackets depending on the brand and this is no exception. I ordered a Large but it was oversized in the body. Due to the cut of this garment, I don't think a Medium would work for me. I feel the arms would be a little short as well as the length. I agree with others on the cut being less of an active athletic cut and more of the blocky standard fit. That said, it may work well for an active person depending on your build. I would debate that this jacket runs small though.
I really wish it fit because the construction feels much better than a lot of the down insulated jackets out there and I love the outer material!. The outer shell feels tougher than most jackets but it's still soft and quiet. This jacket also strikes a great balance in warmth without being overly puffy. This would have been perfect for my intended applications but I need to look at other options unfortunately.
If you have the right build for the sizing or you like a larger roomier fit, you will most likely be very happy with the jacket.

Great Winter Town Jacket

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Height: 5'11"
  • Weight: 150lbs

I picked this up as a gift for my dad to use around town. He lives in an area were the temp is often below 0. Paired with a mid weight base layer he says it keeps him plenty warm.

Gets it done and then some!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium
  • Height: 5'9"
  • Weight: 145lbs

My first impression was that it was going to be to light and was not going to keep me warm for what I was going to use it for. Walking the Dogs, brushing snow off the car. or hour long walks below freezing I was warm to say the least. Light and thin enough I could use it as a mid layer with my shell jacket though I never got cold enough to need it and I've never had an issue with it getting wet in the rain or snow, the Q-shield down really does its job. For a Down jacket I've been surprised that the construction and material has held up with the dog claws and sharp keys I keep putting in the pockets. I wouldn't recommend running through the branches with it but a really solid jacket! Some things to point out for me is that it seems a tiny bit large though I am a pretty slim dude. I would also say its not the most breathable jacket, long walks early fall weather it was almost to much.

Warm quality jacket, sizing a bit "off"

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: Tried both Medium and Large
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 185lbs

Love the jacket. The soft materials, the warm down, the way it looks... my one issue with it is sizing. I'm 185 and 5' 10" with an athletic build... I usually wear a medium in everything, and clothing usually look "tailored" but never ever "tight". The problem is that the medium is a tiny bit too tailored, and the large is... well just too big. The sleeves look too puffy on the large, and there's waay to much material on the back. That said, I wish I had a bit more space on the medium, but I'm still keeping it because it's still comfortable and it looks fantastic.

Warm quality jacket, sizing a bit "off"

Initial impression

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Size Bought: Large
  • Height: 6'2"
  • Weight: 220lbs

I was looking to replace my existing Marmot down jacket, with something a bit more technical. I am 6’2” and 220 pounds, with long arms. Backcountry tech suggested this jacket because of its fit. He was spot on. I reluctantly ordered a large, but knew if it was too small, I could return. Like a glove! Fits much better than my previous jackets. And it literally stretches. Arms are perfect length. It is 12 degrees outside today, and I stood outside with the pups while they played. Could feel cold on my legs. Not on my upper body. Initial impression is that this is my new favorite jacket. If you are my size and want to layer under it, order XL. If you want athletic fit, order large. You’ll love it.

Mmmmm Hmmmm!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium
  • Height: 6'0"
  • Weight: 170lbs

I just picked up this jacket and immediately love it. The fit is on point. I am 6 ft 170lbs and the medium is perfect. I can layer underneath. The stretch feels good and I love a jacket with zippered side pockets. I havent had a chance to put it trough the wringer just yet, but first impressions are that I love this jacket.

terrible durability

    Hello,

    I wanted to like this jacket. I had it for about 2 weeks. My dog jumped on me one time and ripped a huge gash in it. I have a patagonia and an old columbia down jacket that are still going strong after years of abuse. The great thing is now I can't return it. DO NOT BUY THIS JACKET

    Kraig,

    I’m the rep for Mountain Hardwear and there is a trade off when you buy a down jacket. It’s usually light and not the first concern is durability. This is true for all quality down jackets. Truth be told, really inexpensive down jackets are often more durable than the expensive ones but they are heavy, use poor quality down and won’t be as warm or comfy. Sorry you had a bad experience. Sounds like you returned and all is good, BC.com and Mountain Hardwear stand by their products. If you ever do buy a hardwear jacket again I want you to know it will come with a lifetime warranty. Thanks. Pat

    Almost fits - not for athletic build

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 5'9"
    • Weight: 160lbs

    I really wanted to like this jacket, but unfortunately the sizing was weird for me so I had to return it. I am 5'9" and 160 lbs with athletic build (42" chest, 30" waist). As you might expect, the size medium jacket was tight across the upper back and there was way too much room at the waist and belly. The sleeves were also about an inch too long - not that big a deal but if you're spending 3 Benjamins on a down jacket it should be spot on. I LOVE the matte stretch fabric. I got the bright green color - its a little darker than pictured on the web site; more like a pea green.
    I generally like Mountain Hardwear stuff, but this one missed the mark a little - no big deal! I hope this review helps with your decision!

    Not warm

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I am 6’1 190 athletic and large fit me just fine. I have a longer torso and it covers my buttocks, so a little longer than expected. The fabric is a decent denier and I feel more confident it will not rip open as easily as many other jackets. Zippers are great and pockects include big internals for water bottle or hat/gloves. Everything is good except for the warmth of the coat is unexpectedly poor. I live in Wisconsin and take the dog out early in the am every morning for fetch with scrubs only underneath. My old 100g synthetic from black diamond was significantly warmer. This gets uncomfortable at 40 degrees after ten to fifteen minutes. My synthetic cold handle 15 degrees for 35 minutes no problem. I must conclude that the welded baffles are a gimmick relative to the continuous layer of insulation that a synthetic provides.

    Love this Jacket

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: L
    • Height: 6'0"
    • Weight: 190lbs

    I was so impressed when I first put this jacket on last year. Still to this day, I always stretch my arms out as far as possible just to test the stretch in the jacket. I am still impressed every time I put it on. I take this jacket any time I will be sitting still for a little bit longer, or it is too cold for just the Ghost Whisperer. I wear this jacket as a main jacket around town as well and it still keeps me plenty warm.



    Feel free to reach directly out to me for any questions about this jacket or your next big expedition trek!

    Love this Jacket

    Down with the Stretch

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 5'5"
    • Weight: 150lbs

    Function: This jacket comes with many important features so I will just highlight a few that really matter. The Q-shild 750 fill down is more water resistant and of a higher quality then down used in some other jackets so the down in the baffles feel very supple and soft. The STRETCH in the stretch down means that the outer fabric will stretch with your movement and the baffles are "welded" instead of sewn so the jacket will stay warmer and be more comfortable, which is what really drew me to the jacket and it totally works. The pockets are nice and big with easy to operate zippers.

    Fit: This jacket fits true to size for a medium. Mountain Hardware can run a little on the small size so some people size up, for example I typically wear a small but the Medium realistically fits me better so you may want to size up if your in between sizing like me. Its a relaxed or standard fit, wider throughout the body of the jacket with enough room in the arms to move without any restriction. The hood feels pretty small but fits tight against my head and is crazy warm (i was very surprised) when its frosty outside.

    Fun: Despite this jacket not being my usual style and fit preference, I kinda love it. It keeps me extremely warm in a lot of conditions. It moves really well with my body regardless if its zipped or unzipped and i can pull the sleeves up if i don't want to get them dirty or wet (or that's just your style) and the elastic cuffs keep the sleeves high on my arms without feeling too tight.

    This would be a great down jacket to pick if your looking for a do it all midlayer for winter sports activities or you just want a warm jacket that works well around town.