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Men's Peak XV Down Jacket

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Men's Peak XV Down Jacket



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Guide built down jacket for high-altitude mountaineering in extreme-cold conditions. Lightweight, super-durable CORDURA® shell is waterproof/breathable nylon. Insulated with superior, moisture-resistant, 800 fill StormDown®. Interior mesh pockets for gloves or goggles. Drawcord waist and adjustable cuffs seal out cold.

  • 3-oz 40D 2-Layer CORDURA® Shell20K/20K waterproof/breathable fabric
  • StormRepel® DWR FinishSheds moisture so it doesn't soak in
  • 800 Fill StormDown®Retains loft and insulating power in wet conditions
  • Responsible Down Standard (RDS)-certified down insulationCertified by Control Union More About RDS

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.
  • Trackmydown supply information on garmentLearn where your down comes from and what makes premium down premium
  • I-Beam Baffle ConstructionEliminates cold spots and maintains even down distribution
  • Insulated, Helmet-Compatible HoodHigh collar shelters face from cold and wind
  • Multiple Internal and External PocketsHand pockets are tricot-lined for warmth
  • 100% nylon
  • Average length: Reg 29.5"
  • Imported
  • CARE: Secure all garment closures before laundering. Machine wash cold delicate, separately, using mild powdered detergent only. Do not bleach or use fabric softeners. Rinse thoroughly and remove promptly. Tumble dry low. Do not hang to dry. Do not iron or steam. Do not dry clean. For best results, dry with clean tennis ball.


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Great arctic jacket


I bought this for travel in the Canadian arctic - specifically for photographing the Aurora borealis. In Churchill, MB in March at 02:00, with -30C (or lower) and a 30K wind, appropriately layered, it kept me toasty-warm. My wife also has this garment and often is outside without doing up the zipper. We have also worn them while doing winter photography in Yellowstone with the same warmth and comfort.

Grandpa Bob



Looks and feels like Quality!


I can't wait to try it out on a mountain like Kili. A true 50% off sale on a top selling line is unheard of at other companies! Combined with my reward this was a real bargain. I can't even afford the crumbs at that fossil lizard company. I'm loving this!




Athleisure with a touch of a Maturnity fit


To be fair this jacket is packed with a lot of down and has a very durable waterproof shell. I would not recommend buying this jacket unless 2 conditions are met. 1: make sure you have a adequate sized beer belly to fill up the enormous amount of extra mid section material. 2: don't plan on it being packable (it fills up a full sized sleeping bag stuff sack) . The waist draw cord is too weak to sinch down the ridiculous amount of room to keep the cold out. I just have a hard time understanding why the First Ascent line has been changed to fit the type of person that will most likely never use the gear for it's intended purpose. The first ascent guide pro pants and alpine pants fit like a glove but this one is yet another purchase that really bummed me out. I purchased this jacket for summiting Rainier and Baker but unfortunately I will have to look elsewhere. I'm 6'2" 185lbs and I could not size down from a size large due to shoulder and chest size. Please also include average down fill weight (oz, grams) to help with purchases. The warmth rating goes right out the window when wind chill is a factor.

Alpine Gert


Toasty Warm and Light


I ski in Canada in very cold temperatures. I have three ski jackets for various temperatures and conditions. This is my go-to jacket from -5C to -21C. Anything below -21C will find me fireside enjoying a good conversation about how I enjoyed skiing in yesterday's balmy -11C in the sun.This jacket is extremely light, has a great hood that acts as a large collar around the back of your neck and has enough pockets to carry my snack bars, iPhone, glasses case, keys, ski lock and more.I find with this jacket, even in the coldest temperatures, layering is unnecessary due to the superior down content. While my other ski buddies layer up and down under their jackets, I just wear a cotton/polyester turtleneck and a light polyester ski sweater. It's the most comfortable and toasty jacket I've ever owned and I would recommend it to Alpine skiers who regularly ski in temperatures below -5C.




Men's Peak XV Down Jacket