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Men's Transcendent Down Hoody™

#243073

Goose Down Insulation Perfected
$225.00
FIT: Standard fit
COLOR pewter/lemongrass
SIZE: S Only 1 left!
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INFINITE GUARANTEE
Warm, compressible and incredibly lightweight, our Transcendent Collection is built to keep you comfortably insulated when the temperature drops, then stuff away into a corner of your pack when not needed. The Hoody, Sweater and Vest each feature high quality 650 fill power goose down insulation to keep you cozy during cross-country rambles or when you’re huddled at camp. For multiday treks, they pack down small and stow into their right hand pockets. You’ll have a hard time not finding space to bring along one of these functional, multipurpose styles.
Fabric :
100% polyester 20D ripstop shell 100% nylon 44D embossed taffeta lining
650 fill power responsibly sourced goose down insulation
Center Back Length :
29˝ / 74 cm
Weight :
15.4oz / 435g Avg. Weight for size L
Fabric Performance :
Water-Resistant
Wind-Resistant
Lightweight
Design Features :
Adjustable Hood
Zip Chest Pocket
Zip Hand Pockets
Right-Hand Pocket Doubles as Stuff Sack
Internal Front Stormflap
Carabiner Loop
Brushed Tricot Back of Hand Inside Pockets
Key Clip
Functional Details :
Single-Separating Front Zipper
Elastic Cuffs
Elastic Drawcord Hem

RATING AND REVIEWS

A staple piece of gear

5

I don't often review gear unless it truly stands out (either in a good way or a bad way)... and this is a piece of clothing that really stands above the rest. Have had this hoodie now for a year and a half and it has been everywhere with me. Whether I need a little extra warmth when I'm in a T-shirt and flippies headed to the bar or if I'm headed out on a multi-day back-country hunt in sub-zero temps, my Transcendent Hoodie is always the go to jacket. What isn't to like? I've packed it into it's pocket and used it as a pillow in my hammock more times than I can count. The drawstring hood provides good protection against wind and just enough of a barrier from light rain/moisture. Lightweight and fairly quiet, this hoodie makes for excellent, easily pack-able warmth for any situation. It is also very durable (remember, it's still a lightweight down jacket, not a carhartt canvass jacket) and has stood up to hard use in snow, brush, forrest, desert, and everything in between. I am, however, very sad to see it is no longer offered in the Evergreen/Hops color I purchased. Definitely need the bring that color back, it's a great fit for anyone needing a more subdued appearance.

New Mexico

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Thanks for the grand parka.

4

Brillant

Alaska

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perfect jacket for women too

5

I have tried many of the women's puffy coats to no avail and this men's coat is perfect. The fit is great for someone who doesn't want a women's fitted coat and the medium fits perfect over my size 29 hips.

Bellingham

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Great jacket, but an old one I have gets tons of holes.

4

I love this jacket (and an old one that I wear all the time), but these jackets lose feathers over time. My old Transcendent has dozens of tiny holes which I've patched. I have no idea why it's gotten so many holes. Patching them works, but the sleeves have still lost a ton of feathers.

Seattle

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great jacket with quality material and workmanship

5

I use for hikes.

Los Angeles

Great jacket

5

Great jacket

Boonton, nj

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Great coat. Bad chest zipper.

4

I'm 6'3" 230 lbs and the Xl fits me well in body and arm length. I would like a little more body length but at my height I know that is asking for a lot. Overall I am happy with the coat. The only thing I don't like is the chest pocket zipper. The zipper tab is very very small and difficult to find and grab when wearing gloves. The chest zipper has a lot of drag also. I cannot use one hand to open and close the zipper. I have to use my other hand to hold the coat still.

Anchorage, Alaska

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Great Jacket

4

I bought this jacket because I have been eyeing it for awhile. I have several like it from North Face and Columbia. I think this one is better constructed. I love the feel of the jacket, it feels like it will be good ffor casual wear and for winter sports. Unfortunately I need to return it and get a bigger size, because it runs smaller that other manufacturers. So I have the bigger one on the way and we will see.

Anchorage, Alaska

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Want one for the whole family

5

Bought this a couple weeks ago in the bright orange color - was hesitant on going so bright, but I have grown to like it. So far has been used as a general day-to day coat (-6 Celsius to -28 Celius with another layer underneath), as an insulating layer while downhill skiing (-14 celsius with a goretex coat overtop, with a long sleeved merino shirt underneath), and as an outerlayer for fat-biking (again with a long sleeve merino t-shirt underneath). No concerns about warmth at all. Sleeves are nice and long, which is great on the bike. Fit is slim, which is nice for layering, but if you are thick around the midsection the interior pockets may feel "tight" when it is new. Chest and hand pockets are all huge, which is great. Jacket is super light, and zipper pulls are well designed and easy to use, with grippy texture. Overall I am very pleased, having gone from a First Ascent coat with a faulty zipper, as the fit and finish of this jacket is far superior. Notes: - Other reviewers have criticized the "large" elasticized cuffs - I like them, as I wear gloves and tuck the gloves inside the coat. Great seal on the cuff of every glove I have worn so far (including light softshell gloves, "lobster-type" three fingered cycling gloves, and OR ski gloves and mittens. - Helmet is adjustable, but even with all the adjustments fully backed off is a bit of a tight fit over my melon head with a helmet on. That being said, it DOES fit, and I have taken advantage of it on the lifts while skiing and while on my bike.

Edmonton, Alberta

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great jacket for layering

4

Have taken this jacket fishing a few times and exposed it to the elements, rain, snow, high wind, etc.. Actually sheds water quite well for what it is, wind tended to cut through but issue was eliminated by wearing a merino wool base layer. Finds quite well length wise to fit under a rain jacket although the chest is a bit baggy for me as a size L. Contains warmth very well and overall for the cost think it is fantastic value.

Vancouver, British Columbia

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Men's Transcendent Down Hoody™

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Discussions

Hi, I am looking to purchase Men's Transcendent Down Hoody and looking for advice on what size to buy. I am 5'8 and 168lbs. I see that others who are slightly taller and heavier are recommending M. I don't like my jackets too loose and I see that this jacket is a standard fit. I live in NJ where temps can get cold. I would wear a light sweater with this jacket during the winter. With all that said, should I purchase a SM or M. Thank you.,

Orviss

Hi Orviss, We recommend a Medium especially if you have a larger chest and/or shoulders. The sleeves may be a little long, but it the overall fit will be better for your build. Thanks for contacting OR, Paul

What is the length of the sleeves for medium and large sizes. I am tall and skinny and normally have problems with sleeves being short.

Grod

Hi Grod, The sleeve length for the Medium is 36" and the Large is 37". Thanks for contacting OR, Paul

Size & fit guide

Men’s apparel - measurement guide & size chart


Mesurement 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.