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Men's Floodlight Down Jacket

#244805

Totally waterproof and windproof protection packed with 800 fill down for cold weather athletes in harsh alpine environments.
$395.00
FIT: Standard fit
COLOR black
SIZE: S - Out of stock
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Fully waterproof and insulated with 800-fill down, the Floodlight Jacket repels wet weather, completely blocks the wind and traps body heat in even the most inhospitable conditions. An ideal jacket for hiking, climbing, or ski-touring in sodden environments, throwing on the floodlight is a surefire way to stay warm.

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
Weight :
22.6oz / 639g Avg. Weight for size L
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

RATING AND REVIEWS

Great coat!

5

Love the coat but to put base layers underneath I had to go up a size from M to L. I now have ample room for fleece or other material and have room to tuck in my camera when needed. To me zippers have always been the weak link in OR Products and you will hear it again here. Also, no dual zipper function(zip up from the bottom)?

Wyoming

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Great coat. Warm and well worth the money

5

Real warm. Had a real cold snap here in Vermont recently and this coat made it survivable.

Vt

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Ignore the naysayers, this jacket is more than a puffy

5

First day I wore this was at Vail on a day that started out 10 degrees, which is normally a day I say 'pass', but the snow was too good. This jacket kept me warm but never overheated even tho I skied runs from fast carving turns to high endurance deep powder in the back bowls. I'm tall, 6'2, and 190, and this jacket fit just right for this tall slim guy. Arm length is always a challenge in ski jackets, this one works great--never felt like it was pulling up when arms were extended, which is the biggest gripe I have with coats. This coat is not some slim body hugger, I layered easily underneath but it also doesn't make you feel like the Michelin man. To me that's what a performance jacket should look like and feel like--room to do some layering underneath. I won't be showing off my girlish figure in it but that's for cycling season. I dig the shiny green!

Breckenridge, Colorado

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Super happy with this jacket

4

Really happy with this jacket. Bought it since the idea of a waterproof down sounds amazing. Haven't been totally dumped on yet so I can't really comment on waterproofing, but it has been great in the seattle fall rain to date. Pertex gives excellent wind protection compared to a typical down so a great all in 1 jacket. As you would expect, it is a step up from the transcendant sweater in terms of warmth which I bought it to replace. Doesn't pack down quite as small but that it to be expected too. These jackets run a bit big - I usually wear a large in OR gear (6'-2", 185) and I ended up buying a medium which fits me perfectly, but I was surprised that it did so make sure you try before you buy. Transcendant line has a better color selection in my opinion ;0)

Seattle

This jacket worth the Price

5

Waterproof and windproof this a great piece to keep you warm at almost every condition and activities defenitly worth the Price

Canada Valcartier

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Possibly the most amazing down jacket in the world!!!

5

I am a cardiovascular intensive care unit nurse I work three days a week and am out getting after it kayaking, mountain biking, skiing, and anything else I can get my hands on 4 or more days a week. I am regularly in brutal conditions and I expected my gear to be just as brutally tough. This jacket keeps you warm, dry, and comfortable in the most nasty, wet, freezing, slogfest conditions. Much like an old reliable friend, It does what it says and says what it does. The floodlight down jacket is a great edition and a much-needed improvement to non-waterproof down jackets.

Asheville Nor Cack

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Very versatile layering piece

4

This isn't the warmest down jacket for the price. It has 3.3oz(96g) of down fill (according to OR), which isn't listed here. Montbell's Frostline Parka has around 7oz(200g) of down fill in comparison, and it costs $289. I would say it feels like a deep fall/early winter jacket rather than parka level warmth. That said, this is still my go to down jacket for many activities. I use this as a ski jacket, a rain jacket when bike commuting in Vancouver, a "belay parka" (easy to throw over my hardshell since it's waterproof), etc. It's really versatile. The "cons" are really just trade offs. It's not the lightest piece of insulation because of waterproofing and features like fleece lined pockets. Some people would prefer the modularity of having a separate hardshell and insulation piece, but I love the security of having a piece of insulation that is also completely waterproof. Highly recommend!

Vancouver, BC

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Nice jacket but not waterproof.

3

Use while snow blowing and jacket was soaked through after 2 1/2 hours. Love it other than that. Bought it specifically to use while blowing snow to stay warm and dry.

Spokane,Wa.

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Great Jacket.

5

Great jacket. I went hiking in a forest (Somewhere in Washington) fighting my way through thorny bushes and came out expecting my jacket to be shredded. I was surprised to find that even though my palms were cut up, the jacket looked good as new. I have a 32 size waist and the jacket is a snug fit for me in the waistline without adjusting the draword. I have not worn or tested this in rain or temperatures below -10C. I recommend adding layers inside that holds in heat if it is near or below freezing temperatures.

Edmonton AB

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Great Seattle winter daily jacket

4

This is my second time coming back to this jacket. I wear it daily in Seattle winters, and on some outdoor adventures. It is heavier than a non-waterproof down jacket, but I love the performance and that I don't need to bring a rain shell with it. It breathes well, is warm, packs reasonably well, has great coverage (good hood, long sleeves and torso, good zippers, etc). The materials have been top notch and the Pertex Shield has exceeded my expectations with waterproofing, breathability and how thin and light it is. It has changed the way I pack for a lot of situations and it's been a great jacket. I'm 6'2" and 165lbs with a 40" chest and 32" waist and the medium fits perfect... just enough to put one layer under, but not baggy or tight at all.

Seattle

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Discussions

What is the total fill weight of this jacket?

Hank

96 grams of 800 fill down in our mens floodlight down jacket

Q&A_Admi

Mine has lost its water repellency, what can I treat it with?

nick

Nick, we recommend a nikwax down wash for the floodlight which will revive your outer DWR and also apply the DWR to the down on the inside of the jacket, make sure to dry with some tennis balls to unclump the wet down from the washin treatment

Q&A_Admi

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.