Centennial Collection MicroTherm® 1000 Down Jacket
- First Ascent
- Recycled Materials
- StormRepel DWR
- Secure Pocket
In 1957, Eddie introduced a down jacket that wasn't a jacket at all, it was an undershirt. While by that time several other manufacturers had joined him in making down outerwear, Eddie now had a different idea—ultralight insulated layers. His Style 25 Down Undershirt was a sensation and over the years inspired many variations, including our original MicroTherm, introduced in 2011 as part of our First Ascent mountaineering gear.
The Centennial Collection MicroTherm 1000 is the next generation of this innovative design, an example of continuous product evolution. It features 1000 fill power Premium Goose Down for extraordinary warmth at minimum weight. It also refines the signature microchannel quilting of the original MicroTherm with discontinuous channel construction to further enhance the thermal efficiency and to prevent cold spots. Full-range mobility is assured with the armhole stretch panels, and the jacket packs into its zip chest pocket for easy transport.
- StormRepel® Super DWR, our longest lasting moisture-shedding finish
- 1000 fill Responsible Down Standard (RDS) down, certified by Control Union More About RDS
- Two-way stretch knit panels at armholes for enhanced mobility
- Elastic edge at hood and cuffs for trim fit
- Secure zip hand pockets
- Length, Reg Medium: 28" | Weight: 10 oz | Down Fill Weight: 3.2 oz
- Classic. A universal fit. Not too slim, not too relaxed on body. Designed to fit over midweight layers.
- Recycled 100% nylon
Wear it With
- Yes, I recommend this productNorth CascadesGender MaleHeight 6'1"Type RegularActivityHikingPros Comfort, QualityConsExcellent trail jacketFeb 23, 2021
The stretch panels are 'cold spots' behind your shoulder blades. They don't feel cold unless it's frigid or the wind is coming from behind. These let the jacket breathe. Not as ideal to wear around camp on a cold night though. I've been comfortable hiking in the low 20s and walking casually in the low 30s, over a base layer. You wear down so you don't need a bunch of layers for warmth. No drawcord, the drop hem accomplishes the same thing and is more comfortable. Down is the best insulator available and 1000 fill is the best down there is. This is a halo product and you're paying $$$ for the rare stuff. This version is 2 oz lighter and around 25% warmer than the regular edition. There are a few other 1000 jackets, which all cut as much weight as possible, at the expense of durability. This one uses a thicker fabric and burlier zippers. Throw it in the dryer from time to time to restore the loft to its full potential.
- Yes, I recommend this productBostonGender MaleHeight 5'11"Type RegularActivityWalkingPros Comfort, Fit, Quality, VersatileConsPerfectFeb 18, 2021
I've owned this jacket for a little over a month now and have worn it almost everyday since. I would recommend this jacket for any weather conditions under freezing. It's extremely warm, light, not bulky, windproof, repels rain well and stylish.
- ShoaibGenderHeight 5'9"Type RegularActivityLeisurePros ComfortCons Not Versatile, Poor Fit, Poor QualityDont buy thisJan 26, 2021
This jacket price is unfair. I got citrus color, color is nice but filling is missing even this is mention 1000 premium goose down. So many spot missing downs and it wasnt feeling warm. Very bad product and bad experience