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Men's Verismo Hooded Down Jacket

#244807

The Perfect Down Sweater
$199.00 25.0% Discount Sale Price: $149.25
FIT: Trim fit
COLOR hot sauce
SIZE: M - In 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

Fit look

4

Not as warm as I'd like it to be when the ambient temperature reaches 20-30F with a t-shirt and fleece pullover underneath. It seems to block out the wind quite effectively but might let a bit too much heat escape.

NY, NY

Yes

Sweet midlayer

5

Sweet little down jacket, fairly thin but with good insulation properties - ideal as a mid-layer with a shell. Packs into a ball bit bigger than a softball, takes no room but just big enough as pillow for a lazy river nap... Taking it everywhere, a must.

Newfoundland

Jacket for Belaying or walking around town

5

I love this jacket! It fits very well, is super light and keeps me warm. I wear it with a t-shirt and long sleeve half zip a lot for climbing or hiking and it feels great. The wind doesn't get through and is durable enough for me to belay in. I would highly recommend this jacket if you are looking for something lightweight that you will be moving in, or to put on right after climbing. It would probably even work while you are climbing, I just haven't needed a jacket on yet while doing so. NM has some pretty good climbing weather year round.

ABQ, NM

Yes

Great jacket!

4

This is a great lightweight jacket. There is down coming out of it. I hope it softens up when i wash it.

Alaska

Yes

Take it everywhere

5

Surprisingly warm for a thin lightweight jacket, great for layering or wearing on days off. Not bulky at all when layering, so you don't have to look like the marshmallow man on a mission. Stuffs nicely in a OR zip sack (medium) for a pillow option for a comfy snooze... If I'm not wearing it in somewhere in my pack with me.

Newfoundland

Yes

Great "Around Town" coat

4

This coat is great for a layer under a shell and sporting around the city by itself on days that aren't too windy. I haven't had a chance to really get out in the mountains with it yet, but it is really warm under my Foray shell. I would have to agree that the baffles are too close together to provide proper loft to block out the wind, but for me the waterproof treatment was worth the lack of loftiness. All in all, it was what I was looking for so far!!

Seattle, Wa

Yes

Stellar do it all down jacket

5

I love this jacket. Picked it up to replace an old, and very abused, transcendent down hoody. I like layers and this works perfectly as a three season puffy. The chest pocket and interior glove pockets are just the right size for their purpose. The fleece lined hand warmer pockets are right on - and it stuffs into a comfy pillow after a long day on the mountain. Sizing - OR sizes and I are usually on a hit or miss basis. This being a trim fit I generally size up from a medium (in the Ferrosi) to a large. This gives me enough room to put on over layers and is trim enough to act an additional heavy/mid under my hard shell. For reference - I'm 5'10, 185lbs, 42 chest, 32 waist, 33 length sleeves

Washington, D.C.

Yes

OR = Overly Restrictive

3

Love the light weight but - seems like your sizing is all over the place... Most for tall skinny people. Hey I know I gotta loose a few pounds but at 5'8'' and 170lbs - I typically wear a med. Might try a large.

Vermont

Yes

Good but not great and I expect great from OR

3

Bought this to use by itself or layer under a Foray jacket. Normally take an XL but this fits tight and sleeved are a bit too long. Decided to keep it as it works well. Did a 3 night backpacking trip in -0 to -10C temperatures. Kept it handy for rest stops and layered it on last day when it was -8, snow and very windy.

TO

No

Great Item!

5

Great everyday use.

Ottawa, Canada

Yes

Men's Verismo Hooded Down Jacket

4.6 27

95.8

Discussions

Is the sleeve length the inseam measurement on the sizing chart that is directly linked to the product?

Bob

Hi Bob, The sizing chart is a general sizing chart or our clothing, the inseam length is referring to our pants. The sleeve length of this jacket starts out at 35.5" for a Small and increases 1" for each additional size up. Thanks for contacting OR, Paul

Hi i am 6'4 feet tall and 160 pounds would you recommend the verismo hooded jacket for me in a medium ? or would it be to baggy i do like a somewhat tight fit

noah

The size M might fit well in the shoulders and chest, but you may find it's a little short in the body/sleeves for you.

Jordan

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.