Mountain Ops Down Hooded Jacket
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- Water Repellent
- StormRepel Super DWR
The next generation of our winter workwear, Mountain Ops is built on rugged tradition and state-of-the-art innovation. This burly down jacket was designed for those who run heli and cat ski operations, so you know it can handle hard work and harsh conditions. It features a super tough ripstop nylon shell that's reinforced with 500D waterproof nylon canvas overlays at the shoulders and sleeves. Inside, there's enough Premium Down insulation to keep you going comfortably in sub-zero temperatures.
NOTE: Temperature ratings are based on a controlled laboratory test, using low and moderate activity levels. Also consider: your sensitivity to cold and wind-chill; time of exposure; activity level; and use of layering.
Models shown are 6'0" to 6'2" tall, wearing size M/32x32.
- StormRepel® Super DWR—our longest lasting moisture-shedding finish
- 650 fill Responsible Down Standard (RDS) down, certified by Control Union 851564 More About RDS
- Adjustable, insulated hood
- Secure zip chest pockets (exterior and interior)
- Interior mesh stash pocket
- Low-profile, snap-adjust cuffs for safety when working with tools
- Adjustable hem dials in fit, seals out cold
- Average length, Med: Reg 30.5"
- Classic; A universal fit. Not too slim, not too relaxed on body. Designed to fit over midweight layers.
- 100% nylon shell and overlays | 100% polyester lining
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- Yes, I recommend this productdaveGender MaleHeight 5'9"Type RegularActivityOtherPros Comfort, Fit, QualityConsExactly what I wantedMar 19, 2021
I have a sheep farm and train dogs for the work. I needed a jacket that will stand up to wire fencing, tractor work, caring for livestock and dogs while we have 15 degree days or nights. This is exactly what I needed. Typical down jackets get torn up pretty quickly... I've gotten pretty adept at patching them with some of them looking like quilts. This Eddie Bauer jacket stands the test much better. The website told me to buy an extra large. It arrive way too big. I returned it and purchased a large. Fits nicely.
- Yes, I recommend this productRETTA41GenderHeight 5'5"Type RegularActivityWear to WorkPros Blocks Wind, Easy to move in, Very warmConsKeeps you warm in 17 degrees weather.Dec 29, 2019
This jacket was bought for my husband who has to walk 10 minutes from his car to work place building in chilly nevada temperatures. Its been as low as 11 to 17 degrees and he stays very warm and toasty. He cant praise this jacket enough. Its not stiff in the arms like other winter jackets. He is no longer cold on his upper body, he has to take it off in the car because he gets to hot.. I was unsure about wanting to buy such an expensive jacket, but it is durable material and it will last many years. Best of all it keeps him from freezing. So it is worth the money paid. I do recommend purchasing this coat.
- Yes, I recommend this productJeremyGender MaleHeight 5'4"Type RegularActivityWalkingPros Design details, Good Size/Fit, Room for layersConsGreat jacket!Dec 16, 2019
I wanted a cold weather jacket that was good in the field, but looks nice enough for a night out and landed on the Mountain Ops. No horribly difficult conditions yet, but a hike at a local park at around 36 degrees was delightful - felt super warm and comfortable the whole time. A day at the zoo in the mid thirties was also a breeze - even when the temperature dropped after sundown, with nothing particularly warm underneath. There are also a lot of great design details. The interior at the top of the zipper is lined with a super soft material that's comfortable against my chin even immediately after shaving. The pockets are designed with the insulation on the outside, so contents (including hands) will stay pretty warm inside. In fact, I didn't have gloves on during either of the aforementioned outings - just stuck my hands in the pockets. Enough pockets to hold anything you could reasonably be carrying. The little straps on the zippers are made of a flexible material that seems pretty strong, and is pretty grippy, so using them with gloves or mittens should be easy. In a light rain, the water seems to bead on the shell, but haven't tested it against a downpour - probably never will, since I wouldn't be wearing it in warmer temperatures. We'll see how it holds up over time, but so far, I couldn't be happier!