Part of the Titanium line, the Heatzone 1000 gets its insane warmth from 900-fill, water-resistant goose down, 100g’s of Omni-Heat insulation, a thermal reflective lining, and finally our revolutionary wave baffle construction that eliminates the cold spots found in traditional down jackets. The Heatzone 1000 also features a helmet-compatible hood, a ski pass pocket and the ability to keep you warm, even when wet.
Lining: 100% nylon Omni Heat™ Reflective 10D ripstop
Insulation: 900 fill power water resistant goose down
Omni-Heat™ Thermal Insulation, 100g
Omni-Tech™ Waterproof. Breathable. Guaranteed.
BREATHABLE &GUARANTEED WATERPROOF.
Air-permeable protection that’s waterproof and breathable guaranteed.
Men’s Heatzone 1000 TurboDown™ Hooded Jacket is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Great looking jacketI really like the look of this jacket, it is very light and it also has the perfect length. I was expecting the jacket to be warmer and more functionnal, it needs a heavy mid layer and it lacks pockets, it doesn't have a breast pocket.
Date published: 2017-03-20
Rated 5 out of
Top of the lineSuper jacket: Hot (very hot) -20°c plus wind chill (nothing!), windproof and also water resistant (not water proof) very satisfied. Maybe the only complaint it's the hood it's a bit too big and the onmi-tech fabric could covered the entire arm on my point of view but you can't go wrong with that one simple than that. Columbia always makes good stuff and in addition you get the titanium line... The results is a first class product. Strongly recommend!
Date published: 2017-03-06
Rated 4 out of
Decent coat not warmest in worldI read reviews on this coat that said warmest in the world, and boasted how this was tested by a third party and found to be warmer than others. Maybe, but it's not the warmest coat in the world. However having said that, it is a warm coat but not to warm. I have worn it in 25 degree Fahrenheit with a very strong wind walking alongside Lake Michigan with just a tshirt underneath and felt comfortable. I was not hot by any means, but at the same time I was not cold, just comfortable. I have also worn this coat in 40 degree weather and not been hot, nor cold but comfortable. It is a comfortable coat. I dont like the hood on the coat it is way to big and the string adjusters are no where near as good as the large velcro adjusters on other Columbia coats I have had. My wifes lay d down coat has a much better adjustable functional hood than my heatzone. I also agree with others about the sleeves running cool, the only place I feel cool in this coat is on the arms and at the seam on my back where the two different materials meet. There is one feature to this coat that is off the charts though. The liner of this coat has a very nice feel to it. I honestly feel like I am wearing a very soft sleeping bag when I put it on. I dont know what it is made of but obviously very high quality. Plus the coat does not leak feathers as other Columbia coats I have had in the past. In fact I have not lost a feather yet after three months of use. At least not that I know of. It seems to be very high quality in that regard.
Date published: 2017-02-26
Rated 3 out of
Warm but not durableI noticed little "nicks" in the material (soft material) after only having it 2 weeks. I am very careful with this coat so the durability is definitely lacking. If they coated the whole outside with omnitech this would be a 5 star review as the omnitech in the shoulders is more durable plus provides water resistance. If it's misting at all the soft material feels "wet" almost immediately, like it absorbs a lot of moisture out of the air. With that said inside the jacket is warm and soft.
Inside 5 stars
Outside 2 stars
Columbias quality and durability has definitely decrease from 10 years ago, when I bought my original Jacket I had to warranty out.
Date published: 2017-02-10
Rated 5 out of
Perfect commuter jacketI bought this light-weight jacket to commute in the Canadian winter - and it does not disappoint. Light, comfortable and super warm! It's also great for taking the dog for a walk and outdoor fun. When you start moving a little bit, this jacket is incredible at capturing that body heat and keeping it inside the jacket. Only criticism, the one sleeve got caught on a fence and poked a little hole in the fabric. The sleeves and body material don't seem to be the most impermeable. Overall, great jacket, and to make it even more versatile- try putting a shell overtop of it or throw it under a parka. So warm!
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 5 out of
Heatzone #2This is my second purchase of this jacket and I could not be happier. I purchased this jacket last year in hyper blue as well.
I live in Kenosha, Wi and this jacket gets me through the winters with no problem. Yes, this jacket is wind proof, highly water restiatant and the jacket it self is light and comfortable.
Will buy another one next season.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 2 out of
Good coat, but OMG is it UGLY!!!Black maybe, but this coat is so ugly! and the plastic-raised "Columbia" is cheesy. Looks like bling bling!!!
Don't get me wrong - i love Columbia brand gear, but wow!
Also, FYI, would probably be a nice coat in black, but be sure you want it for skiing, cuz the hood is extra large to fit a ski helmet. Not practice for an everyday coat.
Date published: 2017-01-06
Rated 1 out of
Bad qualityObvious stains (more than 3) and unknown dots on this jacket (online order). Can't believe it happens on the high end product.
Date published: 2016-12-25
Rated 5 out of
Insanely warm and lightweight, with *some* functional limitationsI've owned this jacket for 1.5 years now, and it gets a 5/5 from me because it is both the warmest and lightest winter jacket I've ever owned. It's warm enough that I've been comfortable walking outside in -20F degree weather wearing just a short-sleeve t-shirt underneath (I've done this multiple times), and it's lightweight enough that I don't think twice about putting it on for just a quick walk down to the corner store...in fact, it's lighter than my everyday softshell jacket that I wear when it's 30-40F degrees!
Now, there are limitations, which I'll run through quickly: there's no inner or outer chest pocket; while the arms, hood, and upper chest & back are waterPROOF, the body of the jacket below chest level is merely water-RESISTANT, and I'm not sure how it would hold up in a driving blizzard; there are no pit zippers or ventilation to speak of, and this jacket doesn't breathe at all; because of the aforementioned lack of full-waterproofing and ventilation/breathability, I'd never recommend wearing this jacket for skiing or strenuous physical outdoor activities.
I think the strengths far outweigh the drawbacks in practice, so much so that I have no hesitation in rating this 5/5, but I feel Columbia could make some small tweaks to make this jacket even better in future versions
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 5 out of
Great jacket!The jacket / coat is terrific and just what I was looking for and hoping it was.
I was a little nervous about the sizing, but it fits perfectly and the length is just what I wanted. The warmth is amazing, again, what I wanted.
Regarding quality, it's what I have come to expect from Columbia: top notch with great construction from materials, to stitching, to zippers. The weight is next to nothing: the reason I wanted a down coat, and it really compresses for traveling.
I am really pleased with my purchase and have nothing negative to say about the coat.