- Fabric Performance: Waterproof, Windproof, Breathable, Fully Seam-Taped, Laminated Construction, Lightweight
- Design Features: Bonded Down Channels, Helmet Compatible Wire-Brimmed Halo-Hood, YKK® AquaGuard® Vislon Zippers, Two Internal Shove-It™ Pockets, Zip Chest Pocket, Zip Hand Pockets, Internal Front Stormflap, Integrated Hood Cordlocks, Brushed Tricot-Lined Pockets, Key Clip
- Functional Details: : Dynamic Reach™ Underarm Panels, Single-Separating Front Zipper, Hook/Loop Cuff Closures, Elastic Drawcord Hem
Fit: Standard Fit
Fabric: Pertex® Shield+ 2L, 100% nylon 30D ripstop, Pertex® Quantum, 100% nylon 22D ripstop lining, 800+ fill power responsibly sourced goose down insulation
Center Back Length: 31˝ / 79cm
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 22.6oz / 639g (L)
- The One Jacket (Review by Jason)
Found the one jacket for all things cold, and sometimes a little wet. Ski in bitter cold with a layer, ski in not so bitter cold with a t-shirt, stuff in a pack and pull out when stripping skins, throw on for errands around town, and of course when sitting around a fire. Great fit and warmth with the added bonus of being waterproof. If you love being outdoors and you prefer to be warm get this jacket.
(Posted on 12/28/16)
- Awesome Jacket (Review by Luis)
Love the jacket! I wore this and a thermal layer while delivering toys to remote villages in Alaska. -37 going 50 MPH on a snowmobile for 2 1/12 hours and didn't get cold or wet! Look no further this is the perfect jacket!
(Posted on 12/12/16)
- Better than the Patagonia Wanaka (Review by Bo)
My search for the ultimate cold weather jacket came down to the OR Floodlight and the Patagonia Wanaka. Both are similarly priced. The Floodlight is a tad warmer, substantially lighter and much more comfortable. It's also a tighter fit than the Wanaka and thus has less room for layering but looks more form fitting. The Floodlight's hand pockets are well insulated and feel very comfortable whereas the Wanaka's hand pockets are poorly positioned, aren't down insulated, and don't feel as great. The Wanaka's shell is made of stronger weather resistant material and disguises the down, giving it a more urban appearance. The only major downside of the Floodlight is the main zipper. Made of all plastic, it doesn't zip smoothly and I frequently run into zipper trouble at the start. The Wanaka has all metal zippers that operate better. I can live with the substandard zipper, so chose the Floodlight over the Wanaka. Secret feature of the Floodlight that I'm surprised the official descriptions don't mention: you turn either shove-pit pocket inside out to pack it into a wonderfully compact unit.
(Posted on 12/11/16)
- Great jacket for slushy conditions (Review by Ryan )
I bought the first version of this jacket three years ago and have taken it with me everywhere. I have done numerous hikes where the temperature dropped dramatically as I ascended and the sun went down. This jacket always came through. A few times I got caught in freezing rain and this jacket was great. Also good for keeping you warm while sleeping on cargo planes. Will not go anywhere without this jacket
(Posted on 11/14/16)
- Finally I have found the one (Review by Simon)
Love the jacket. I like to wear layer but also like to carry less. This jacket is perfect for the PNW where it rains and it is cold and with this you need only to carry one item. Big pockets at a proper height. I am 6.1' athletic fit and I decided for an M because the arm length was perfect and it will give me a tight fit and also it will still allow me to put another external layer for more warmth.
Also I wear it socially in town and for all my outdoors activities and I have had good comments on the fit and look of the jacket.
(Posted on 11/9/16)
- Good Jacket, Updates make it great (Review by Brian)
I found this gem in a used gear shop for cheap, so I couldn't pass it up! It is the older model. I've used it for snowshoeing, ice climbing, cold rock belays, camping and anytime it's chilly and has potential for precipitation here in Denver. It's light for how warm it is. The Pertex shield works great, and I love that I can wear this and not worry about the down when the rains come rolling in or snow turns wet. It's warm, and fits well. I'm 6'4", 240, and the XL fits great-- even in the arms which are tough for a tall guy.
My two (small) gripes are that it could be warmer, and the torso length is just long enough, and I like having some room to spare (again, tall guy). Both of these issues are fixed with the update (20% more down and longer hem!). I can't wait to try the new version, though I am not sure this one will wear out anytime soon...
(Posted on 11/9/16)