When the weather turns chilly, this lightweight, packable 650 fill-power hooded down jacket will help keep you warm and snug. HEAT SEAL “no-sew” bonded baffles reduces water penetration and keeps down from migrating, giving it a modern, sleek and streamlined aesthetic. Perfect for mild winter conditions or as a layering piece on colder days.
HEAT SEAL technology eliminates baffled stitches, so the down stays in and the cold stays out
Water resistant fabric
650 fill power down insulation
Binding at hood
Zippered hand pockets
Binding at hem
Binding at cuffs
Center Back Length: 28"
Shell: 100% polyester
Lining: 100% polyester
Insulation: 86 grams of 650 fill power down
Heat Seal Heat Sealed Warmth
Heat Sealed Warmth.
HEAT SEAL technology eliminates baffled stitches, so the down stays in and the cold stays out.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 9
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sundo Great product
It would be nice if there were draw cords for the hood other than that very happy with this.driving the quad it falls back.very warm and breaks the breeze.
January 20, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by FleeceWearer Great around town jacket
I was looking for a jacket that would keep me warm during bus duty before and after school in the MN winters. This does the trick! Initially I thought it may be to thin, but the shell and the puff keep me plenty warm. I use this to snowshoe and it is a great outlayer with either a fleece or a long underwear top. I would recommend this for anyone looking for a fashionable winter layer for city travel and light recreation.
January 13, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by KevinP Thin but warm.
I don’t often write reviews, but with this product looks are deceiving so I thought I’d put in my two cents.
I’m male, 5’8” 155lbs with a ‘yoga build’. I live in southern Michigan, so the weather is similar to Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, etc. I enjoy being outdoors in winter for long walks, but I’m certainly not one to camp in December.
I bought this in August in anticipation of winter and today was the first day I could try it out. The weather today was bright, sunny and 28 degrees with a 15mph wind. weather.com is telling me it feels like 20 degrees.
This coat is thin – much thinner than I had anticipated, so I was a little worried when it arrived, but it really did keep me warm today. I wore the coat over a thin, cotton oxford shirt and I was plenty warm on my leisurely 40 minute walk around campus. I didn’t feel any wind getting through the fabric. I wasn’t too warm either – a problem I have with a lot of winter coats.
I’m happy with this purchase.
On colder days I think I might wear this over one of my down vests or my PrimaLoft hood-less jacket. I am one to layer in the winter. I prefer to wear two thin jackets rather than one heavy coat. I also think this will work in January over a nice fleece or wool sweater.
A note on sizing – the torso is very long. At first this bothered me, but I just folded it under at the waist and it looks good. The sleeves are a good length for me and the elastic at the cuffs is tight enough to keep wind out. The hood is very large and not adjustable, so I think I’ll just flip it up on the real windy days.
There aren’t any internal pockets and this doesn’t ‘pack into its own pocket’ like some expensive down jackets. It is somewhat shiny, but not that ugly, over-the-top shine like some other brands.
November 22, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Papi Great
Is was warm and it had a lot of flex ability while wear it I honestly love it
November 21, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Chocolate716 Westland, Michigan
I purchase two Columbia coats and they are thin just like their North Face Coat. My boys ages 15 and 18 likes the jackets/coats. The reason why I call them jackets is because they are lightweight and thin.
October 28, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Mmmmmm garbage
basically a double layer garbage bag, with no insulation. columbia usually makes cheap equipment, but this is too far. enjoy.
October 5, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mike727 Perfect for Fall!
Really excited about this jacket! It's not super puffy, in fact it's very minimal and lightweight. Great jacket for Fall season in the Northwest, or as a middle layer in Winter. Just a heads up that the fabric is really shiny, but it's got a good feel.
September 18, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by maxico99 mens flash forward down hooded jacket
overall this jack is not only aesthetically pleasing but also very comfortable. the hood fits well and it is very warm. its also easy to pack away into small areas. overall a great jacket.
August 31, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by jtlathen Coat is not as depicted in the advertisement
When shopping for a winter coat for one of my twin boys, I came across this coat. It looked warm and I believed it could be worn in the dead of winter (Jan-Mar). So, of course, I purchased it. When it arrived it came in a package that was not indicative of the style I assumed I had bought (something similar to a ziplock storage bag). When I opened the package I couldn't have been more disappointed. It was like a wind breaker. Columbia should be ashamed of themselves for advertising this coat as a winter garment. Would NOT recommend anyone purchasing.
August 31, 2015
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Size & Fit Guide
Size & Fit Guide
MEN'S BODY MEASUREMENT - INCHES (CENTIMETERS)
How to Measure
1. Neck: Measure at the base or thickest part of your neck.
2. Sleeves: Start at the center back of your neck and measure across the shoulder and down to the wrist. Round up to the next even number.
3. Chest/Bust: Measure at the fullest part of the chest, under the armpits and over the shoulder blades, keeping the tape measure firm and level.
4. Waist: Measure around the natural waistline, allowing the tape measure to sit comfortably.
5. Hips: Measure around the fullest part of your hips.
6. Inseam: Measure from the top of the interior leg to the bottom of the ankle.
Men's Fit Guide
Body contouring fit conforms to movement.
Body skimming fit with end-use mobility in mind.
Modern Classic / Regular
Universal, easy fit for comfortable range of motion.
Most generous fit for a full spectrum of movement.
How to Measure
How to Measure
(Before you begin, put on socks the you will use with the footwear you would like to purchase).
Fold up at dotted line.
Place against a wall or other 90 degree surface.
Place heel against fold/wall on flat level surface.
Mark the end of the longest toe with a pen or pencil.
Measure both feet and use the larger measurement.
Read measurement and compare to size chart.
When comparing on the size chart, determine the
closest larger measurement and use that number
to determine your shoe size for your country’s shoe