Mountain Ops FreeFuse™ Stretch Parka
- StormRepel DWR
- Fill Power
Highly durable, yet extremely lightweight and soft, this parka is built for active and rugged use. What sets it apart is the FreeFuse construction. Traditionally, inner and outer layers of fabric are stitched together and then quilted with additional stitching. But this parka is made with a single sheet of fabric that's folded over and woven together into channels to hold the down. This cutting-edge technique saves weight, maximizes breathability, helps reduce cold spots, and minimizes down migration.
In addition, the Mountain Ops uses two forms of FreeFuse channels to create a distinctive look. The hood, upper body, and sleeves have 4" continuous channels. The lower body has narrower, discontinuous channels. High-loft Premium Down throughout ensures maximum thermal efficiency.
Models shown are 6'0" to 6'2" tall, wearing size M/32x32.
- StormRepel® DWR finiish sheds moisture
- 800 fill Responsible Down Standard (RDS) down, certified by Control Union More About RDS
- Adjustable hood with bonded brim
- Three pockets
- Articulated sleeves for enhanced mobility
- Adjustable cuffs
- Continuous underarm panels allowing extended reach when lifting arms
- Length, Reg Medium: 30.5" | Weight: 24 oz | Down Fill Weight: 4.9 oz
- Active. An athletic fit. Close to the body without restricting mobility. Designed to fit over baselayers and lightweight midlayers.
- 85% nylon/15% spandex
Wear it With
- Yes, I recommend this productJackGender MaleHeight 5'9"Type RegularActivityLeisurePros Comfort, Fit, Quality, VersatileConsGet this coatMar 25, 2021
The coat is light weight yet warm and comfortable. I tested this coat in the low 20 degree with one shirt under and did not feel the cold air. I am very please with this garment.
- Yes, I recommend this productDude from GoldenGender MaleHeight 5'11"Type RegularActivitySkiingPros Comfort, Fit, Quality, VersatileConsGreat Jacket for Active PursuitsDec 10, 2020
Great jacket, EB! This jacket is light, sheds water, and WARM! Have skied three days with it and work around town. Last week I skied in low 20's with only a tech T underneath. I was warm. In colder temps, a fleece sweater and/or puffy vest underneath would seal the deal. Jacket is very comfortable and stretchy. Down stays put due to stitching and insulates well. Wind blockage is superb. Would definitely buy again. Great piece for your arsenal and stylish to boot!
- Yes, I recommend this productBenGender MaleHeight 5'10"Type RegularActivityHikingPros Comfort, Fit, QualityConsQuality Quality QualityDec 1, 2020
Truly a quality jacket. Had this jacket for a couple of weeks. So far it passed the real test because the down fill do not leak. This is crucial as leakage causes the jacket to lose warmth over time and worst of all it gets stuck onto your gloves. The material used in the pockets and chin area really cares for your skin with comfort. The rain repellent is no joke. You can see the raindrops sit on the top layer of the jacket. The description says it's for sub zero temperatures and does not show the minus temperature test icon. I wouldn't recommend for deep freeze temperatures however I would probably layer up if needed. The jacket will last for many years to come because of the quality stitching and material used. Very light and stylish. Great value for what you pay. I bought a medium size. Relax fit with room to layer. So happy Eddie Bauer designed a top notch jacket like this one. Thank you EB. I would definitely recommend this jacket to friends and family. If you want to be critical of this jacket I wish they stuffed it with more down fill but that can be said with all insulated jackets.