Mammut Sizing Chart
|Chest||-||-||33 - 36"||36 - 39"||39 - 42"||42 - 45"||45 ½ - 48 ½"||49 - 51 ½"||52 - 54 ½"|
|Waist||-||-||30 - 31"||31 ½ - 34"||34 ½ - 37 ½"||37 ½ - 40 ½"||41 - 43 ½"||-||-|
|Hip||-||-||36 - 39"||39 - 42"||425 ½- 45"||45 ½ - 48 ½"||49 - 51 ½"||52 - 54 ½"||55 - 58"|
|Inseam (short)||-||-||29 ½"||29 ½"||30"||30"||30"||30"||30 ½"|
|Inseam (regular)||-||-||30 ½"||31"||31 ½"||32"||32"||-||-|
|Inseam (tall)||32"||32 ½"||32 ½"||32 ½"||33"||33"||33 ½"||33 ½"||-|
|Bust||28 - 29 ½"||30 - 32 ½"||33 - 36"||36 - 37 ½"||37 ½ - 40 ½"||44 - 42"||42 ½ - 45"|
|Waist||-||23 ½ - 26"||27 - 29 ½"||30 - 31"||31 ½ - 34 ¼"||34 ½ - 36"||36- 38"|
|Hip||32 - 33"||33 ½ - 36"||36 ½ - 39"||40 - 41"||41 - 44"||44 ½ - 45 ½"||46 - 48"|
|Inseam (short)||28 ½"||28 ½"||29"||29 ½"||29 ½ - 30"||30"||30"|
|Inseam (regular)||-||30"||30 ½"||31"||31 - 31 ½"||31 ½"||-|
|Inseam (tall)||-||32"||32"||32 ½"||32 ½ - 33"||33"||33 ½"|
Just what a lightweight down jacket should be, the Mammut Men's Broad Peak II Jacket is feather light, warm and stuffs into the left front pocket to take up minimal pack space. Crafted with an outer shell of Pertex® Quantum fabric, this down sweater is wind resistant, buttery smooth and stuffed with premium 750-fill down.
Constructed as a minimalist piece of outdoor clothing, it has a slim fit that works well under a waterproof shell and offers more than sufficient warmth when worn over a light base layer. The 2 front pockets are not zippered but the chest pocket does have a zipper to keep your headlamp, chapstick and Power Bar secure. Designed by climbers for climbers, the 2-way front zipper and the one-hand adjustable drawcord offer convenience and versatility while you belay your buddy on a crisp fall day at the crag.
Offered in a wide array of colors to please any mood, some have slick contrasting zippers that will turn heads in town. From a September hike on the John Muir Trail to a climbing trip in the mountains of Chamonix, the Mammut Broad Peak II Jacket for men is the lightweight answer to your cold weather needs.
4.8 out of 5
December 30, 2010
As an arborist who works and climbs year round I love this jacket for prepping equipment in the morning up until when the crane ball sets me in the tree. The fit is for fit people.
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December 08, 2012
best dow jacket I have ever bought ! it's very warm, and very light, like feather, this jacket does not bother me when wearing this jacket. I recommend it !
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very light, very warm
December 16, 2009
I bought this jacket and I love it. This jacket is amazing! Very warm and light. Wearing jacket in temps around freezing and it holds warmth very well. Fits to size!
Great so Far
December 01, 2012
Just purchased the Mammut Broad Peak II Jacket. Quality seems consistent with my other Mammut products- very good. They have become my go-to brand for outdoor clothing. Fit is a little larger in the abdomen than I'm used to for other Mammut jackets, but shoulders and sleeves fit the way I expected. I purchased the black with contrasting red zippers and I really like how it looks. Very warm in the limited use I have had so far. Did not rate durability because it is a new purchase.Pros: Build quality, Great value, Cons: none
Super warm and stylish
January 10, 2011
Overall this jacket is excellent. Very warm, very light and very comfortable. I ordered Black size Large. The sizing game is a little tricky, and would be my only complain. I am 6' 175 lbs. The chest and length are perfect. It's just the mid section fits a bit large which can be countered a little thanks to the nice waist cinch, just makes you look like you have a pot belly cause there is so much extra material in that region.. in other words not a slim fit. I would not recommend a size smaller either, because the chest is snug and perfect with a large. Looks-wise this jacket is rockin, compliments every time I wear it, on the mountain or in the city. I take it everywhere!!Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use
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A THIN BUT WARM JACKET
December 21, 2012
This is an extremely warm jacket...especially for how thin it is. The minor issur is that the zipper seems to be a bit difficult to initially zip. This might be because it is a dual zip (zips from the bottom up as well) but not sure. I will say being able to zip up the bottom zipper is a really nice feature.
Fantastic but limited use so far
December 30, 2010
I have only had the jacket for a week, so my use has been limited. The jacket looks great, fits well, is very light, yet very warm.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
Best Insulation Layer
April 24, 2011
The Mammut Broad Peak II is an amazingly feather-light, well-designed jacket. The combination of extraordinary lightness and its ability to be stored in its own pocket make it easy to always be prepared for colder weather. Its lightness and fit provide unrestricted movement for any out-door activity. Mammut's Broad Peak II easily earns 5 stars and all smiles from me!!!!!Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use
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January 26, 2011
Love it! i was wearing just a tee shirt underneath in 10-20 degree weather and stayed cozy warm so its great. here in central oregon it we can have frigid weather and instead of layering up i just throw the broad peak on, i like the fact you dont have to layer up to stay warm with this jacket.
I love this jacket
October 22, 2008
Looking for an ultralight down - your search is over. tonight it's 40 degrees and I wore it over a cotton tee - snug as a bug baby! Mammut is one of very few company's that still has high standards. It's super light at 12oz, and super warm! OH and and the compliments!
Great! And warm!
November 16, 2009
This is my first down jacket and I have not stopped blaming myself for not buying one before. It weighs virtually nothing and can be compressed to a small, light size. Only one but, the absence of side zippers.
Great product warm and light
December 13, 2012
I use this jacket as a second layer while skiing. As a water and wind protection I use a Millet Jacket ride 7/24. This mammut jacket keeps me very warm and is extremely light and comfortable. This is the new generation of high tech jackets. It's very light and small for carrying too. However I don't think it's durable. It can be easily damaged by sharp objects. So I have to be very careful. I even so some people using only this jacket as main jacket but I wouldn't do that because its not wind and waterproof. I am 6"1 tall (190 pounds) and the L size fits me very well. All in all its a great product and I would recommend it.Pros: Great design, Performance, Ease of use, Great value, Cons: long term durability
Great jacket for all round use
January 21, 2010
Used it during three days of skiing in the Alps, extremely light and flexible, keeps you warm.
May 04, 2011
This jacket is very lightweight. The weight is 350g. But warm. The feeling is not wearing clothes. I really like is the item. I'll buy a different color.
Love it but be careful on size
February 27, 2011
After comparing ALL other down sweaters/Jackets, I went with Mammut and glad I did. While its still too early to assess durability, the jacket is warm and certainly wind resistant as advertised. In a low 40s afternoon with considerable wind, I can wear with a simple base layer and this jacket a be very comfortable...almost too warm. Look forward to taking it on colder backpacking trips. A cautionary tale regarding size. I am 6 feet and 175 lbs. I got a medium. For me, the jacket is tight in the chest and just a tad short in the front and the sleeves. The back is nice as it drops down a bit. I will be exchanging for a Large to see if that works better as its hard to imagine the Medium will give the mobility you need during "active" pursuits.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance
Nice, packable jacket
November 19, 2011
This is a neat jacket to have in one's pack, lots of warmth and little weight. Compared to the nano puff, this jacket has the additional features of pockets and full length double zip, is warmer, has a drawcord waist, fleece at chin, about the same weight, and packs about the same size. All of Mammut's clothing seems to run a little on the small size, so bare that in mind; I wear a large in Patagonia's line and only really happy with a XL in most of Mammut's stuff. The pockets are nice, although if they were zippered it would be perfect and the zipper can be a little finicky. I would recommend this Mammut over Patagonia's Nano Puff if you do not need the water protection of synthetic insulation (Nano). This, however, does not layer as nicely as the nano does.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance
Light weight, well made & very warm
November 02, 2009
I bought the black jacket and love the look and feel. Very light and fits to size. Feels great!
sweat down sweater,nice and warm
January 03, 2012
Just what a down sweater should be, Light trim and packable, on and warm This doesn't disapoint. Compared with others and its one of the lightest but fits good and packs in the chest pocket. Black and red zips is sharp. Mammut is rocking these days.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Great value
Nice and warm
February 20, 2011
This is an extremely warm jacket. Sweet jacket that is super lightweight and pack down really small.This is a warm and light jacket . Very easy pack for a long trip in cold climate . Get one for your self.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
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Available sizes, while supplies last, include size xs, size small, size medium, size large, size extra large and size extra extra large: xs, s, m, l, xl, xxl.