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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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Warmest jacket I have ever owned.


I bought this jacket for below zero weather in Ohio. It is everything I expected. It keeps me warm in the worst of winter conditions. With the 50% off sale, I feel it was a great buy for this caliber of jacket. It is bulky, but needs to be, to have the generous supply of down insulation. I have always been very happy with Eddie Bauer products.




Purchased Blue & Black best winter coat I ever owned by far


I purchased both the Black & Blue during the 50% off sale and I must say, this is by far the best winter coat I have ever owned! It exudes the Eddie Bauer Quality and Standard we all have come to love.... P E R I O D....




Needs more downfill!!! Arms are cold!


I'm 6'1. 190lbs - athletic build. 33 waist.I find the jacket in a Medium feels too tight in the chest and the sleeves aren't cut for mobility. You lift your arms up and a good 5inchs of my wrist is exposed, as well as my belly button. The jacket needs alot more downfill and it needs to go back to being a parka length. The stomach area has too much space. The cut is too boxy.The jacket in a Large size, allows for my arms to have better coverage when lifting them up, but it feels like it's a bit too large in the chest area and the waist area is not gigantic. If Eddie Bauer FA cut this jacket to be more athletic fit and put alot more down inside, made it parka length, and added high abrasion patched areas to the jacket. It would be at least an 9/10 for me. But as of now, it only sits at a 6/10. I also had a problem with the hood delaminating weirdly over the course of a year. Hope they can address these problems. It's a good jacket none the less, but at full price, it should be a lot better.




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



Men's Peak XV Down Jacket