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Mountain Hardwear Stretchdown Plus Hooded Down Jacket - Men's

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    Get down with the Stretchdown.

    There's something incredibly stressful about getting all twisted up in your down jacket, and the folks over at Mountain Hardwear seem to understand this thoroughly, which is one of the many reasons why the Men's Stretchdown Plus Hooded Down Jacket was created. With its go-getter attitude and spitfire construction, the Stretchdown brings your backcountry touring experience to a whole new level of comfort.

    More specifically, the Stretchdown Plus features an extra three ounces of down insulation than its younger brother, the simple Stretchdown. Though, much like its more youthful sibling, this jacket features the same, dependable stretch welding that not only traps warmth, but prevents cold spots from seeping through to your core comfort. Additionally, the Dynamic-Stretch knit fabric assures an unobstructed range of motion, which comes in handy when you're cruising through tricky terrain, while the 750-fill down insulation is water-resistant for added protection against fluffy tumbles and unexpected weather alike. The fixed hood offers added warmth in the face of blustery ascents, and the myriad of pockets keep necessities close at hand.

    • A lightweight and warm insulated jacket for skiing
    • Fabric is pliable for unobstructed mobility
    • Stretch welded construction traps warmth for consistent comfort
    • 750-fill down insulation is hydrophobic for added protection
    • Myriad of pockets keep necessities close
    • Hood offers added warmth in the face of blustery winds
    • Item #MHW00RH

    Tech Specs

    Material
    Dynamic-Stretch knit
    Insulation
    750-fill Q.Shield down
    Baffle Construction
    stretch welded
    Fit
    regular
    Length
    hip
    Hood
    yes
    Pockets
    2 hand, 1 chest
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 5 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Good jacket I guess

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    This was my first MH jacket and here is what I thought... the cuffs need either tighter elastics or Velcro, i often felt the cold getting into my arms. Also the hood isnt adjustable either, it does have a hem cord though. this jacket did feel warm , but it isnt a technical jacket by any means due to lack of adjust ability. also the chest zipper is awful and cheap, its not smooth at all and feels sticky, like the lining is caught.
    this jacket is quite puffy i thought though. good insulation.

    Hardcore Jacket!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Medium

    This jacket is fantastic! Very comfy and seriously protects from the elements. I've worn this snow camping and was very comfortable the entire time. Plus an alpine shell and you will be set. It fits like a snowboarding jacket though. Kind of long, the medium goes far down enough to completely cover my butt. If there was one less baffle on the bottom it would be perfect, but I can live with it. It would fit someone taller just fine though. There is a bit of room in the torso area but it would be good for layering. The only other thing that would be nice for Mountain Hardwear to add is drawstrings for around the hood s you can tighten it. Not too big a deal though. So far it seems very tough and the stretch is just what's missing from many other down jackets. Highly recommend!

    Nice!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: medium

    Nice Jacket, keeps one nice and warm. Pockets are deep.
    don't really use the inside pockets, but large for map storage. Seemed to have flat spots in the down, but they puffed up. Cuffs are loose around the wrist. It seemed to fit true to size, not larger like in the old days. I was a bit concerned about small areas being bunchy on the horizontal seams or bottom of chest pocket,but I guess I
    can live with it(see product photo).

    Warm and comfortable jacket

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: XL

    The Stretchdown plus is very warm, stylish and comfortable. Love the jacket. Just wore it in 20 degree weather with a light sweater underneath and i was very comfortable.
    I got this jacket after returning the regular Stretchdown that is better used as a late fall / early spring jacket or midlayer for winter (I was cold in 30 degree weather).
    The jacket runs big which is something I like about MH jackets as it fits me well (the regular stretchdown jacket has a narrower cut but still comfortable).

    Runs large

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: Runs large

    I bought this for my boyfriend who wears an XL across the board, whether it be coats, jackets, shirts, etc. I should have probably checked the size chart on this, but when it came in it was way too big. I returned it and will be buying one or two sizes smaller.

    12/27/16 update: the large fits perfectly! He has worn it skiing and snowshoeing in the backcountry and said he has never been this warm in the mountains in late December. Might be worth noting that even after sizing down, the coat is still pretty long. Not necessarily in a bad way, but it hits right at mid-butt which is longer than the lighter Patagonia coats he is used to. Aside from that it's not too puffy and he loves the stretchy/matt fabric. Definitely a winner.