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Men's Verismo Hooded Down Jacket

#244807

The Perfect Down Sweater
CAD250.00 70.0% Discount Sale Price: CAD75.00
FIT: Trim fit
COLOR hot sauce
SIZE: S - Out of stock
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Sometimes you need down insulation, but don’t want to look like you’re climbing Everest. The Verismo is a true down sweater— narrow baffles with just enough 650 fill down for cold spring crag missions, and layering under or over any of your mountain life styles.
Fabric :
Pertex® Quantum
100% nylon 22D ripstop shell and lining
650 fill power responsibly sourced down insulation
Center Back Length :
30” / 76 cm
Weight :
13.8oz / 390g Avg. Weight for size L
Fabric Performance :
Water-Resistant
Wind-Resistant
Lightweight
Design Features :
Adjustable Hood
Two Internal Shove-It™ Pockets
Zip Chest Pocket
Zip Hand Pockets
Left-Hand Pocket Doubles as Stuff Sack
Carabiner Loop
Brushed Tricot-Lined Collar
Brushed Tricot Back of Hand Inside Pockets
Key Clip
Functional Details :
Single-Separating Front Zipper
Elastic Cuffs
Elastic Drawcord Hem

RATING AND REVIEWS

great jacket

5

this is great lightweight and warm down. I use this as my insulation layer backpacking and haven't been cold. Its warm and very light.

Calgary

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Meh

2

I wanted to like this jacket but just didn't. I found the fit to be strange, and I like the fit of my several other OR jackets. It was tight in the upper chest and neck. The front of the jacket is significantly shorter, so the length measurement may be a little misleading. It made it so even my shorter shirts poked out the front-bottom. The materials are light, but didn't really stretch and move with you much. It was a little difficult to wear casually, as the neck design flops open if not zipped high enough. The fill is also a little too light... I don't see it having much of a place in a layering system. Uncomfortable to layer with (poor neck fit, hunchback from the hood, hard to vent heat, long tail but short front) but not enough fill to be worn in cold temps by itself, and too tight to add much underneath. It's a bit more a stand alone niche piece. I'm 6'2" and 165lbs with a 40" chest and 32" waist and got the medium.

Seattle

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Cozy ,warm ,light weight and repels rain very well.

5

Excellent jacket.

Chilliwack bc canada

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Use the thing for everything.

5

This thing has rarely left my side since I got it. It has been great for layering with a shell to stay dry or just cozy to hang out in.

Washinton State

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Great go-to Insulation Layer

5

I have used this a couple times while Split Touring, primarily for transitions from uphill to downhill (and vice versa) to prevent too much heat loss. It works like a charm. Has kept me warm during transitions without getting over heated. I have also been using this daily as an insulation layer for commuting to and from work during the winter months in the PNW. Keeps me at a great temperature unless I am running for a bus or if it starts to get too warm outside (i.e., above 55 or 60F). Love that there is a Zipper chest pocket. The inside pocket can come in handy too. Main zipper seems to be sturdy, but not sure about the hand pocket zippers.

Seattle, WA

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Great UL down piece

5

A great UL piece that provides just enough when moving fast and light, or layering in colder climates.

Boulder, CO

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Perfect to insulating layer

5

I bought this jacket to be an extra insulating layer on super cold northeast days while ice climbing. When its -20 and I'm on a northeast classic my soft shell doesn't quite cut it, but Climbing in my puffy is still too warm. This jacket perfectly fits under my soft shell and regulate gives me that extra warmth to keep me amped. I've also worn this thing without a soft shell on milder days for alpine touring, the inside pockets hold skins perfectly allowing for lap after lap with no blown skins.

Franconia Notch, NH

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super light and comfortable

5

Use it everyday for commuting and biking and skiing, always with me

CA

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Amazing!

5

I tend to run warm and have always been reluctant to try a full down anything. This one is so light and thin that I figured it would make a good one for moving around camp and even sleeping in on very cold nights. It is impressively warm!! I can't wear it if I know I am going to be active at all but as I say, I run warm. I find it very comfortable to be out, with very little activity, in cold (for the PAC NW) dry weather. -5 to 5c. Fits great, looks great, extends that patio seasons for sure!! Another hit from OR!!

Vancouver Island

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Most versatile jacket

5

I've worn this in 40 degree winter weather in the South, to negative temps in the Rockies. I felt comfortable in both. Light, packable, and plenty of pocket storage. Out of the 5 or so winter jackets I own, this one is my favorite (and best looking).

NC

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Men's Verismo Hooded Down Jacket

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Discussions

What is the sleeve length of men's XL Verismo jacket? True 38" sleeve length? Longer? Just purchased Men'sXL Axiom 3 layer shell. Sleeve cuff rests on top of hand past wrist with the Velcro cuff open. That is a welcome proper fit. Thank you

Mike

Hi Mike, The sleeve length of the size XL is a 38.5" and it increases or decreases 1" for each additional size up or down. For reference, the Axiom Jacket in size XL has a 38" sleeve length. Cheers, Paul

Size & fit guide

Men’s apparel - measurement guide & size chart


Measurement shown in:
  XS S M L XL XXL
CHEST 34”86 37”94 40”102 43”109 46”117 49”124
WAIST 26”66 29”74 32”81 35”89 38”97 41”104
HIPS 33”84 36”91 39”99 42”107 45”114 48”122
INSEAM 30”76 31”79 32”81 33”84 34”86 35”89
SLEEVE-LENGTH 30”76 31”79 32”81 33”84 34”86 35”89
*All sizing is based on your body measurement for graded styles.
We adjust the garment for intended fit and intended use.