Toddwrote a review of Mountain Hardwear Glacier Guide Down Parka - Men's on December 30, 2015
Fit: Runs large
Number one, sizes larger. I usually get a XL with NF, Patagonia, Marmot, etc but with MH a large is fine. Second, I've been looking for a bada$$ power warm but skiable hooded parka if you get caught in snow and don't want the down problems and found this one finally...unbelievable...one of those pieces where they didn't skimp on the small stuff - inside of front pockets are fleece lined for a nice warmth, dual front chest pockets, two inside pockets, hood 'flaps' tuck in to avoid flopping around if it's down (hard to explain, but i couldn't figure out how to secure the hood and then realized the flaps tuck inside and there's velcro in there to hold the flaps in (genius!). It's hip length but not too long, puffy but not obnoxious, and the hood is removable which is a huge plus because it's absolutely helmet compatible for even an NFL player or nuclear scientist....Seriously, I have 50 jackets minimum for every condition and climate and have not been able to solve the turbo warmth problem with such a complete piece. You could stand outside waiting for a bus in zero degree temps and not have a better jacket, or bust it down a run in nasty wind and not feel a thing. Buy it before they sell out....I'm telling everyone I know to grab one.