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Prana Lasser Down Jacket - Men's

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    4 Reviews


    Wear down around town.

    The Prana Lasser Men's Down Jacket packs expedition-level warmth, but it's designed for casual urban adventures rather than alpine undertakings. The polyester shell has been finished with a DWR treatment to repel water, which helps the super-lofty 650-fill down stay dry and warm on chilly, damp days, and the adjustable hood and hem seal up tight to keep warm air in and drafts out. The Lasser has two hand pockets and a chest pocket, too, to hold onto your phone, keys, or emergency snacks.

    • Polyester shell and lining with a DWR coating
    • Mini-check hood lining
    • 650-fill down insulation
    • Two hand pockets and one chest pocket
    • Adjustable hood and hem
    • Item #PRA006M

    Tech Specs

    polyester, DWR treatment
    650-fill down
    Center Back Length
    [large] 29 in
    yes, adjustable
    2 hand, 1 chest
    Recommended Use
    casual, hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Now that I've put it through the wringer, the DWR coating comes off so this jacket is not as cool as I once thought. This was the jacket's differentiating feature, so now you have to compare this to the all the other jackets out there that are way softer and comfier. I wish I could give it a 3.5 stars, but will keep it at 4 stars because of the value

    Couldn't Be Happier with this Jacket!

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

    Light weight and cozy! The DWR coating helps you stay warm even in rainy conditions and its thin design keeps bulk down while using it as a mid-layer.

    Down & Water Resistant? - Nuff said.

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

    I am super stoked that and prAna hand-picked me to test out and review their gear. Reviews are important for making better purchasing decisions, so I hope this will benefit the community. Many thanks go out to them!

    Over the years I have owned down jackets and would pair this with a rain shell for wet conditions or a windbreaker in windy conditions. And as you are probably aware, the rain and wind shells don't provide any warmth by itself. I always thought to myself that it's kind of a pain to deal with all these different layering systems for multiple occasions, but this was just the norm so I went with it like a lemur.

    To me, the jacket just makes sense (probably like sliced bread when that originally came out). I was curious how the jacket was going to do in the gnarly downpours we have been getting in California recently, but it's stays super dry and beads off - kind of like that Rain-X stuff you put on windshields. I am curious if that will last for the life of the jacket since the product description says it's a DWR coating?

    A couple things that I don't like, the adjustable hood cinches are located on the inside of the jacket. I don't want to open the jacket or reach down the neck to adjust it. The other thing, when the jacket is zipped up completely and you're not wearing the hood, the fabric in the neck (near the zipper) is kind of stiff, so it jabs into my neck / throat area. But this can be remedied by zipping it down a little bit.

    Despite this, this jacket is my new "go-to". I wear it to work and nice holiday dinners and although the description recommends NOT venturing out of the urban setting, I have taken it on some kayaking adventures. But, I can see what they mean because it's really nice and I would be bummed if I screwed it up. It's a great value too because it doesn't come with the $300-$400 price tag that you would see with companies like Mountain Hardwear or Arcteryx.

    Down & Water Resistant?  - Nuff said.

    Todd- Thanks for your review. I have two last questions- 1) How cold is too cold for this jacket? In other words, will it keep me warm on a backpacking trip where the temp is in the high 20s or 30s. Lastly, 2) I want to use it for backpacking, so will it pack down small enough to fight into my ultra light gear? Or is it going to be pretty bulky in my pack? Thanks for your response!