- Zippered Napoleon Pocket
- Drawcord Hem
- Two Zippered Hand Pockets
- 650+ Fill Down Insulation
- Stretch Binding at Cuffs
- Brushed-Tricot-Lined Collar
- Left Hand Pocket Doubles as Stuff Sack
- Internal Front-Zip Stormflap
Fit: Standard Fit
Fabric : 100% polyester, 20D ripstop outer; 100% nylon taffeta, 30D lining
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 13.0oz / 369g (L)
- Men's Transcendent Sweater™ (Review by By Pat H)
I use this for everday wear mostly. Its fit is very conducive to wearing as a midlayer which I do quite frequently while skiing. 650 fill but... I have another company's down sweater that is 800 fill but in this type of garment it's not even noticeable. It's designed to be light so it's not that durable.
(Posted on 10/18/12)
- Men's Transcendent Sweater™ (Review by By meado)
Wow the best warmth to weight ration i have ever owned or tried. The armpits are a little snug, but otherwise is great under a shell or over underlayers. The only thing i may want would be a bit more water resistance on the sholders it may compomise weight though and that is waht the shell is for
(Posted on 4/18/12)
- Men's Transcendent Sweater™ (Review by By Bluemasi)
I used this sweater during my son's scouting weekend and it met all my expectations. Fit. I am average height and build and the sweater fit very well and not restrictive at all through a range of motions. The elastic cuff was tight enough to keep the sleeve in place but not so restrictive that it became uncomfortable. Comfort. I was wearing a base layer and lightweight polar fleece pullover and the sweater kept me warm well into the lower 20's. In windy conditions I wore a shell over it and I remained warm in 28 degree weather and 20 MPH winds. The sweater remained comfortable alone in 15 MPH winds with temps in mid 30's.
(Posted on 1/18/12)
- Men's Transcendent Sweater™ (Review by By bikehikeski)
This jacket is almost too warm to not have zippers in the armpits for ventilation. I love it. It is so lightweight and comfortable.
(Posted on 2/9/11)
- Men's Transcendent Sweater™ (Review by By WKK)
Awesome jacket, but the sleeves won't do if you're over six feet. OR needs to look at longer sleeves or making a "long" version for those of us who are in shape (not an XL) but also over six feet.
(Posted on 1/17/11)
- Men's Transcendent Sweater™ (Review by By Hiking Piper)
Got this originally as a hiking sweater that I could squeeze into my backpack but I use it all winter too for snowshoeing and hiking or just heading to the store.It's lightweight, warm, and great for layering.
(Posted on 1/17/11)
- Men's Transcendent Sweater™ (Review by By Bass)
The best warm and packable fleece when the tempreture it's very cold and dry.Under my hard shell when I start my day or at the base camp when the night coming. It's the best fleece for puting in the bag and when it's time for,you taking the small "softball package" and the cold it's brocken's.
(Posted on 1/15/11)
- Men's Transcendent Sweater™ (Review by By Capt P)
I was shocked at how lightweight this jacket was. It truly is the lightest down jacket I have ever come across. I wouldn't use it extensively as a stand alone jacket or for hard use, but it is an excellent packable insulation piece and is incredibly warm. This jacket is probably best used riding under a hard shell on bitter cold days, or packed in your bag for when the temperatures take a dive. I would recommend this jacket to everyone I know.
(Posted on 1/4/11)
- Men's Transcendent Sweater™ (Review by By DD)
I love this jacket. I wear this jacket all the time. The chest pocket is what eventually sold me on this jacket compared to other puffy jackets. I use the pocket all the time for my phone and it blends in well with the jacket. It keeps my just warm enough but it is truely a layering jacket because it doesnt do well against wind and rain.
(Posted on 12/24/10)
- Men's Transcendent Sweater™ (Review by By Warren the Sit Skier)
Great piece when you want to carry just one jacket in the Spring or Fall, or to keep warm in between runs in the winter. My go to jacket when I don't expect it to get cold enough to pack the Virtuoso...
(Posted on 12/14/10)