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Men's BC Downlight StormDown Jacket

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Men's BC Downlight StormDown Jacket



World's Best Down®

Impervious to cold, unfazed by wet, this down jacket is built to perform at altitude in the worst conditions. Windproof mini-ripstop polyester shell features our WeatherEdge® Pro technology for superior waterproof/breathable protection. Each cluster of the high loft, 800 fill StormDown is treated with a DWR finish so the down retains its loft and superior insulating properties even in wet conditions.

Staff Favorite
"With 20K/20K waterproof/breathable fabric and a DWR finish, and toasty insulation, the StormDown can handle winter's best."
Powder Magazine 2015 Gear Guide

  • 2-Layer WeatherEdge® Pro Technology2.8 oz 30D mini ripstop polyester with laminate rated waterproof/breathable to 20K/20K
  • StormRepel DWR FinishSheds moisture so it doesn't soak in
  • Responsible Down Standard (RDS)-certified down insulationCertified by Control Union More About RDS
  • Trackmydown supply information on garmentLearn where your down comes from and what makes premium down premium

Classic: Our most universal fit. Not too slim, not too relaxed on body. Designed to fit over midweight layers.

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.
  • 800 Fill StormDownRetains down's loft in wet weather
  • Handwarmer PocketsSet behind down for maximum warmth
  • Full-Length Venting ZipsMaximum temperature control
  • Secure Zip Chest PocketHolds essentials
  • YKK® Aquaguard ZipsShave ounces by eliminating need for zip covers
  • 3-Point, Adjustable, Helmet-Compatible HoodProvides warmth, protection, and unobstructed vision
  • Drawcord WaistAdjusts fit, seals out cold
  • Sleeves and Shoulders Cut for ActionEnhances mobility and range of motion
  • Internal Chest Pocket with Media PortTake your music to the mountains
  • Two internal Mesh Stash PocketsIdeal for goggles and gloves
  • 100% polyester shell; 100% recycled polyester lining
  • Average length: Reg 31"; Tall 33"
  • Average weight: 1.62 lbs
  • Imported
  • Machine wash


Extreme Weather Protection Rated to 20K/20K

Fully seam-sealed waterproof protection for the worst mountain weather, with an exceptionally breathable multilayer barrier for maximized vapor transport during high-output activities.

Dave Hahn

"The BC Downlight is downright made right. I appreciate the extra length for keeping the belt/harness exposure zone warm and cozy. The piece is just lofty enough to keep me comfortable, but not so thick that it gets in my way. I love being able to wear it out in a messy snow squall without worrying about my feathers getting wet."

— Dave Hahn

Dave Hahn


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Almost worth it for a good laugh.


I purchased a large and it was too big in the mid section and would not keep out the cold. Bought a medium and I could not move my arms because the shoulders and chest was incredably tight. I finally decided to try a medium tall and it was like wearing a dress and almost went down to my knees and flared out in the hips. Almost worth the purchase just to laugh so hard. I am 6'2" and 180lbs. The materials get a 9/10, the down fill gets a 7/10 because it should be warmer if used with low activity. It is not much warmer than the standard Downlite jacket. Fit gets a 0/10. If this is made for mountaineering then why would it be fitted for someone considerably overweight or lacking any muscle tone in a smaller size. Unfortunately I had to go with a different company to get a waterproof down jacket. Too bad, I really wanted this one to fit.



Great jacket for tall people


I really like this jacket. I am 6'3" and 185lbs athletic build size 31" waist. It's generally very hard to find medium tall's specially in hire end jackets. This jacket fits perfectly. Not too bulky with a great arm length.I really like the hood, not big enough for a helmet but not what I would use this jacket for. I like that the material is all rip stop and all of the zippers have rubber seals. The vented arm pits are a nice touch as well. This is not a stuff jacket so it's really for around town and not for mountaineering.Dislikes, the hidden bungees for the hood are a nice touch but not convenient. And the plastic tipped ends sit right on the top of my chest. They sometime dig in if I am wearing something light under the jacket.



Works great


Jacket was perfect for our trip to spring ski in vail/BC Colorado. I was worried about the extra length noted by others but it was not an issue for me.




preliminary review, promising


Just bought as end of the season clearance item, so I have not had a chance to actually test how it works in the cold - will have to update next winter. But this jacket looks to be what I was looking for. I have a very nice REI light down puffy jacket that works well in mid thirties to forties for regular wear through the winter in Seattle (unless raining hard, typical Seattle drizzle OK). But I wanted something warmer for snowshoeing and winter travel in the mountains nearby. I also have the EB Peak XV jacket, which is unbelievably warm - in fact too warm for most activities or for any weather in Seattle; it's great for super cold low activity conditions. So after a season of learning what I need, I began looking around at jackets made by multiple companies for the right in between jacket. Features like outer chest pocket and internal mesh pockets were crucial too (pit zips and waterproof are real pluses as well). This one seems to meet my expectations and it was possible to get at reasonable price compared to some of the competition. I must say that I am a little concerned and confused about the many comments saying that it isn't warm enough. But most reviewers say that it is very warm for such a lightweight jacket. Is this due to different expectations? Are some purchasers not aware that Eddie Bauer rates this not as "warmer", not "warmest" and that this is meant to be a jacket used for activity rather than a heavy parka? Or is there a quality control issue which causes a small number of these jackets to be poorly made?

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Men's BC Downlight StormDown Jacket