- Internal Shove-It™ Pockets
- Zippered Napoleon Pocket
- Drawcord Hem
- Two Zippered Hand Pockets
- Internal Front-Zip Stormflap
- Fully Seam Taped
- Hook/Loop Cuff Closures
- Adjustable Wire-Brimmed Hood
Fit: Trim Fit
Fabric Pertex® Shield+ DS 2L, 100% nylon, 30D ripstop with clear laminate face // 100% nylon, 20D ripstop lining // 800+ Fill Down Insulation
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 21.2oz / 600g (L)
- Excellent Piece (Review by Heady B)
Another satisfied customer here. Outstanding jacket. The fit is perfect for me (6'1" 190 lbs - size Large). Fit comfortably with just a baselayer and just enough room to add a good midlayer for colder, non-active days. Used for skiing in very cold conditions, winter backpacking, and around town when it's wet and cold.
For the warm to weight ratio and waterproofing and price, this piece cannot be beat.
(Posted on 11/22/13)
- Men's Floodlight Jacket™ (Review by By Mountain Sense)
I am and IFMGA guide and ambassador for OR, that said, I would endorse this layer as a clutch layer for the damp winter conditions. You don't have to worry about the spindrift or blowing snow soaking you during belay duty. I also found this jacket packed well. If you're going to own one" do everything" down layer this could be it.
(Posted on 10/6/13)
- Men's Floodlight Jacket™ (Review by By Mark Allen-IFMGA/AMGA)
This is a pro-piece of equipment. The floodlight was my puffy on a recent fall climb of Mt. Rainier 2013. The forecast was for the seasons first whopper winter storm. I had no previous experience with this product but I had a feeling it was up for a test run and the forecast was able to provide. During the storm we traveled for 3hrs from 10,000ft to 5,000ft in 20-30mph winds, freezing temps, horizontal wet snow, down through the freezing-level, and into the rain showers. I kept the jacket on in the rain to see how far I could push the waterproof claim. *After 3 ½ to 4hrs of cold harsh wet weather ~It is indeed water proof when tested for a duration of 3-4hrs ~The down was not wet nor was the jacket heavier from absorption ~The water visibly runs off the fabric ~It was warm! ~Not only was it warm but I was able to wear in while traveling and did not overheat in freezing temps ~Durable! This fabric is much more resistant to abrasion ~fits great and has great additional features that do not at weightI find this jacket an excellent new solution for the fundamental problems with down, the wet!. Great Job OR for coming up with another piece of great equipment for the harsh wet weather and addresses the needs (glove stashes, helmet to hood, high zippers for harnesses) we have while working during active sports. I look forward to many more days in this go-to layer.
(Posted on 10/3/13)
- Men's Floodlight Jacket™ (Review by By Evan)
I use this coat religiously while ski touring all winter. The tough shell adds weather and wear and tear resistance. My old down coats always seem to have a really light shell on them that leaks feathers and gets holes, but this fabric stands up to the weather and the abuse of being in the mountains. Typically it is stuffed in my pack for the uptrack and then I wear it for breaks and the way down while out ski touring. The shell keeps me dry and warm all winter, even in the puking storms in my home range of British Columbia.
(Posted on 10/1/13)
- Men's Floodlight Jacket™ (Review by By Bert)
I just bought this down a few weeks ago and I literally fell in Love with it. It is as warm as a down jacket and it's as waterproof as a heavy hard shell. And what's more it's super packable and light. I've used it in the mountains and while rock climbing in wet conditions and I can't wait to wear it this winter under the snow!
(Posted on 9/17/13)