£160 Men's S-XXL (Reed) Women's 8-20 ory) Weight 871g (size L) Outer lon Insulation Thermore Pro, ermore Evo Down
For camping in winter you need a really arm jacket and this is a good ption. It's packed with synthetic sulation and is instantly armer than most other jackets atured here. It has some nice esign details including an sulated internal draft baffle ehind the front zip and at the top the zip there is a large area of oft fleece around the chin for ore comfort. The hood has face and rear volume adjustment and is again crammed with insulation, so is really warm, and it moves with the head. The two zipped pockets are deep and very well insulated.
It's very heavy and has a larger packed size due to having all that extra insulation. A slight niggle is that the cuffs are just elasticated, without Velcro adjustment, and on my wrists there was a small air gap – so I felt the need to cinch in these areas to fit more closely. There was slight movement in the cuffs when I raised my arms, so not quite perfect. The pockets are quite low so if you are wearing a rucksack belt it may obscure access. There are cheaper jackets, but this is very warm.
Very warm jacket with a better hood than many, making it ideal for winter use, but some small details niggle and it is heavy.