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Men's EverTherm Down Jacket

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Men's EverTherm Down Jacket

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LOW ACTIVITY RATING 40°F.
MODERATE ACTIVITY RATING -15°F.

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Live Your Adventure®

 

No quilting. No cold spots. This is down. Revolutionary new Thindown® fabric replaces traditional, high-loft down clusters with ultrathin down sheets, eliminating the need for quilting or channels. It also creates maximum thermal efficiency without bulk and, since the down is uniform throughout, there are no cold spots. You get all warmth, no puff, in a simple, streamlined design that delivers superior technical performance.

"It's the best jacket I've worn: it's ultralight, warm, and slim."
Adrian Ballinger, Eddie Bauer Guide (IFMGA), after testing the EverTherm on Mt. Everest
 

  • 30g EverTherm Down InsulationThindown® technology provides maximum warmth, minimum loft with no down leakage
  • 29" length More coverage means more warmth and protection. 1.5" longer than our men's MicroTherm, Downlight, and IgniteLite styles. Accommodates a taller frame.
  • StormRepel® Super DWRLongest-lasting moisture-shedding finish on nylon shell
  • Zip-Close Chest And Hand PocketsKeep essentials secure
FIT

Classic: A 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.

  • Elastic binding at CuffsSeals out the cold
  • Adjustable, drawcord waistDials in the fit
  • 100% nylon
  • Average length: Reg 29"
  • Average weight: Reg 11.36 oz.
  • Imported
  • Machine wash

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After much testing - Great 3-season jacket, Not for winter

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In a nutshell, I would suggest this jacket as an outer layer in the fall (above 40°F) in domestic climates or as a mid layer in colder climates. I would not recommend this jacket for hiking. I was very intrigued by the Thindown fabric in this jacket, especially given the same warmth rating as E.B.'s Stormdown 800 fill jacket, but I don't feel it compares quite the same. When worn as an outer layer in 20°F weather with low wind, this jacket always had cold spots for me, mainly in the shoulders and forearms. Also, because of the more sheet-like nature of the jacket (as opposed to a rib-like structure of a classical puffy jacket), I often felt air moving out of the jacket's waist or neck when walking normally. I don't think this contributed to considerable heat loss, but heat loss nonetheless. After trying a size smaller (M instead of a L) to try to get rid of these issues, I found the fit was much better and there was less air escaping, but the cold spots remained. I purchased the Stormdown to compare and found it considerably warmer. With the Evertherm, I never really felt warm, only protected or on the brink of chilly. With the Stormdown, I felt cozy and confident. In fact, I had to wear both the M and L size Evertherm jackets together to feel comparable to the Stormdown, and even then my shoulders still had cold spots. Perhaps if the incredibly thin (and impressive) sheet of Thindown in the Evertherm was just a bit thicker it would perform incredibly well. This was the case in the armpits where the fabric was essentially doubled - super warm! This inconsistency in warmth, however, along with no packing pocket makes this jacket a no-go for hiking. E.B. even suggested to me in an email not to pack it tightly lest I risk damaging the Thindown fabric. In all honesty, however, I was only moderately-to-mildly active in this jacket and never exerted myself, which may play a key factor in its warming abilities. Still a great 3-season jacket though, and stylish!

MikeAnthony

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Great jacket

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Rob

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Stylish and warm.

5

Light, comfortable and warm.

Pkuf

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Don't be fooled by how lightweight this jacket is

4

Went on a winter trip to Japan (subfreezing temps) and was looking to upgrade my old non-down jacket. Read about the Evertherm and was intrigued by the design innovation. This jacket is VERY lightweight and I had some initial reservations about the 40F temp rating, put it on at home and expected to overheat at some point and never did. For the trip I hedged my bets and brought a EB Ignitelite down vest as an extra layer just in case. The Evertherm did extremely well as an insulating layer paired with a rain shell, keeping me comfortable in temps 32-40F. Breathability was good, no sweat or clamminess. The light weight is wonderful for packing but the construction does have me wondering how durable this garment will be over the years. The DWR is quite effective. Zippers could be more robust, would've been nice to have inner pockets but these feature were sacrificed for weight. At least my shell had plenty of pockets. I would buy this again.

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Men's EverTherm Down Jacket

3.935

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