Packed it with 700+ fill power of responsibly sourced down insulation for the very best warmth in cold environments. Next, we used a 53% recycled ripstop exterior fabric that blocks wind, resists rain and snow, and stays light to save on weight. Finally, we added the 85% recycled Outdoor Research exclusive VerticalX ECO™ insulation on the tops of shoulders, preventing heat from escaping in key areas.
- Water Resistant
- Wind Resistant
- VerticalX™ ECO Insulation on Shoulders and Eliminates Cold Spots and Increases Weather Resistance
- Brushed Tricot Lined Hand Pockets
- Interior Drop-In Pockets
- Left Hand Pocket Doubles as Stuff Sack
- Elastic Drawcord Hem
FABRIC: bluesign® approved, Pertex® Quantum Eco 100% Polyester (53% Recycled) 30D Double Rip Stop Shell and Lining, 700+ Fill Power Responsibly Sourced Down Insulation Main Body, VerticalX™ ECO 100% Polyester (85% Recycled) Insulation 150 G/M2 Tops Of Shoulders
CENTER BACK LENGTH: 28.5"
WEIGHT: 13.2 oz/374 g
RESPONSIBLE DOWN STANDARD (RDS)
Every one of our products that use down insulation comply with the Responsible Down Standard (RDS). This standard safeguards the welfare of fowl that provide down and feathers for the puffy products we all love. When you shop Outdoor Research down insulation, you’re ensuring the safety, comfort, and fair treatment of these animals.
High-loft synthetic insulation that uses 85% recycled content, VerticalX™ Eco has a superior warmth-to-weight ratio, breathability, and moisture management that combines weather protective ruggedness with compressible, packable comfort.
This gear was made with recycled content, meaning part or all of its construction was made of materials that have been recycled. Each of our products made with recycled content uses the same quality as seen in other Outdoor Research gear, but with less impact on the planet. Outdoor Research is actively working towards standards and certifications that ensure the legitimacy of our recycled products. When you buy gear that’s made with recycled content, you’re reducing waste, energy usage, and dependence on petroleum.