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"|
4.7 out of 5
As great as it looks
April 15, 2011
I bought many Mammut products before for general outdoor activities and mountaineering. This is however the first time I got me something from Mammut for everyday use. I bought this jacket because I am convinced of the quality of Mammut products and because it looks great. I am 187cm (6ft 2in) tall and slim and the XL fits perfectly. The sleeves are long as they should be. The cut is long and narrow, hence perfect for a guy like me. The jacket has zippers on both side that run from about the middle of the upper arm all the way down to the bottom of the jacket. I was not out in heavy rain yet with this jacket, but, after I tested it under the faucet, I expect it to do a decent job for a soft-shell. Since I only own this jacket for a couple of weeks, I can also not say too much about its durability yet. That said, I am not worried about any bad surprises though, given the excellent quality of Mammut products. I definitely highly recommend this jacket for anyone who is looking for a trendy high quality jacket, be it for everyday use, for sporty activities or outdoor activities in unsettled weather.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Great value, nice narrow cut
My bf just got hotter
December 28, 2011
Bought this for my bf because he's a hardcore climbing junkie who enjoys quality/light weight products on his adventures. During his trip to Aconcagua, he decided not to pack anything with a hood because he thought it would unnecessary weight to his pack. However, he realized the err of his ways and was looking for the perfect hoodie to take on his next trip. He was highly impressed with the quality, amount of pockets/zippers, and weightless feel of the fabric. It fits like a glove. Also, I now have the title of best gf in the world!Pros: Great design, Build quality
Great styling and function
December 10, 2011
I wear the medium and I am 5'9" 160 lbs with broad shoulders. I would call it the perfect fit for allowing a thin downy or fleece without feeling bulky or looking overblown when worn with only a t shirt. The Ultimate is very light, so do not look to it for insulation below the 50s if not in the middle of aerobic activity. The hood fits very well WITHOUT a helmet, so keep that in mind. The material can prone to snags, so I reserve more abrasive activities like climbing and thorn-bush-wacking for my Super Hero.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance
It is pleasing.
February 23, 2012
A design is good above all. The vivid color is also pleasing. I wanted medium size in fact. However, L size was not larger than anticipation. since -- it decided to wear as it is.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
July 01, 2011
i love this jacket , it is a great layering piece for going outdoors, i am a fan of softshells and this one is very functional and looks great. i have recieved many compliments on the look of the jacket. the jacket size is accurate however if you think that you are going to layer with this piece always order a size up. i am 5'9 and i ordered a large for that reason and i am very glad i did. great jacket.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Cons: Cost
Might be my favorite softshell
March 31, 2011
I own a TNF kishtwar jacket, arcteryx venta sv, and a TNF apex bionic softshell, and this jacket is as good or better than all of them. First off I love the color I got, Woodbine. At first I thought the color was ugly but it grew on me and I eventually bought it. It has gore windstopper technology, and it really is windproof. It also is very water resistant, I wore it in a blowing snowstorm and it kept me competely dry and kept all the wind out. The material is stretchy and comfortable and fits very well. The hood is easy to use and works great. The only thing I dont like about it is the little thumb holes, I think that looks kind of girly but I know some people use it so that's ok. I bought it on sale from altrec and believe it was a great purchase.Pros: Great design
wish it fit
August 29, 2011
im 5'7'' 155 lbs order large fit was great in torso with 41''chest but really long in the arms so i had to send it back would of tryed a medium but were sold out in blue had a feeling it would of been small in the chest great quality liked the feel of material really liked the full zips wish there were stores that stocked stuff from mammut and montane they seem to have dope products really geared towards alpine climbingPros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Cons: Cost
November 06, 2010
Got a Moss Green color. Fits well. You can feel the pit zippers (zips down to waist which was a surprise) rub your arm if you are wearing short-sleeves underneath.
Kept coming back to this one...
January 19, 2010
The Mammut hoodie is without reproach. It is the most comfortable and best quality soft shell hoodie. I tried nearly every jacket available in this genre and the Mammut stands alone. I can spend a day out around town using only one base layer. I love not have having to "on and off" a coat all day in these Colorado winters. This jacket exemplifies quality and durability. I think it will be an ideal all year jacket.
This jacket is perfect!
June 10, 2009
First, let it be known I am a jacket-hound. That being said, I've got quite a few to compare this to(HH, North Face, Orage, Marmont, Arteryx etc) so when I say this jacket is perfect I mean it. It is light and easily packable. It is also perfect for keeping dry when standing next to spring thaw waterfalls in Mt. It certainly cuts the chill out of any winds, yet doesn't allow you to overheat. The side zips are unique and I could not find many jackets that offered this feature. I sweat when I'm working so being able to cool down is a plus and eliminates odor retention. Bottom line, if you are active and want a shell that can multi-purpose and look awesome at the same time then this is it. Runs small so keep that in mind. I'm borderline medium (5'9 42in chest, 33 sleeve) and had to go large on this and sleeves are about 1/2 inch to inch too long but not when my arms are extended. Thumb loops a definite plus as well.
Might be my favorite softshell
March 31, 2011
I own a TNF kishtwar jacket, arcteryx venta sv, and a TNF apex bionic softshell, and this jacket is as good or better than all of them. First off I love the color I got, Woodbine. At first I thought the color was ugly but it grew on me and I eventually bought it. It has gore windstopper technology, and it really is windproof. It also is very water resistant, I wore it in a blowing snowstorm and it kept me competely dry and kept all the wind out. The material is stretchy and comfortable and fits very well. The hood is easy to use and works great. The only thing I dont like about it is the little thumb holes, I think that looks kind of girly but I know some people use it so that's ok. I bought it on sale from altrec and believe it was a great purchase.Pros: Build quality, Performance
truly worth the money!
October 16, 2010
I bought this hoody a week ago, and am truly satisfied with it. First the fit is perfect - I am 6'4" and 195 pounds, and have pretty long arms, which always caused me trouble with finding clothes that fit well. But this hoody in size XL is perfect for me - it's not to wide at shoulders and waist and the arms are definitely long enough. The overall quality is very good and the description on the web page is very precise. Also what I really like, is the light weight of it. It makes it very useful for longer trips on which you have to carry everything on your back. For its extremely light weight, it is very windproof and and warm. If it ever gets too warm, the zippers under the arms are very easy to open and provide immediate and effective cooling. Overall a perfect product for me and totally worth the money!
Great styling and function
December 10, 2011
I wear the medium and I am 5'9" 160 lbs with broad shoulders. I would call it the perfect fit for allowing a thin downy or fleece without feeling bulky or looking overblown when worn with only a t shirt. The Ultimate is very light, so do not look to it for insulation below the 50s if not in the middle of aerobic activity. The hood fits very well WITHOUT a helmet, so keep that in mind. The material can prone to snags, so I reserve more abrasive activities like climbing and thorn-bush-wacking for my Super Hero.Pros: Ease of use, Great value, Cons: Cost
A great jacket!
March 28, 2009
i am extremely impressed by the breathability of the ultimate hoody, love the windstopper feature and the stretch the jacket offers, and I am happy with the fit. The fire red is awesome and the material is amazingly soft but resilient.
Awesome Jacket, Wont take it off!
January 17, 2011
I looked at softshells from Marmot, Patagonia, Mountain Hardwear, Arcteryx and Mammut. I decided on the Ultimate Hoody from Mammut for its quality in design and functionality. The full pit-zips and thumb loops were a huge selling point and perform magnificently. I have gone on three rainy day-hikes of at least 8 miles with this jacket in the last few weeks and it has not failed me yet. It kept me warm at 24F with the snow coming down(wearing one layer of thermals underneath) as well as cool at 50 degrees on a strenuous uphill hike. It is definitely windproof and can keep up with sustained rain for about 45 minutes before i felt penetration. Aesthetically this jacket is "hip", definitely fits well and looks good in town. Highly recommended.
It looks good
January 06, 2010
It really looks great on me and fits perfectly. Only 3 Stars because I haven't really tried it out yet under extreme conditions. Also the price is realtively high.
Great rock climbing jacket
January 10, 2010
This is becoming my favorite cool weather jacket for rock climbing. The stretch is amazing and the hood keeps me warm at belay stations. I can easily adjust the hood over a helmet. It breathes well and we'll see how long it lasts, I just got it this fall.
It's the ultimate hoodie.
March 27, 2011
This is my go to jacket. It's surprisingly warm for it's weight, and the windstopper does wonders for, well, wind. Pit zips that go the length of the jacket give awesome breathability and unfettered access to gear on your harness. Baffled collar is great. Keeps warmth in and wind away from your neck. I wear this jacket climbing, biking, around town, sitting at home. Buy it if you are looking for an alpine style wind layer.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Great value, Cons: Cost
Simply love it !
May 20, 2010
Bought this jacket as wind-proof layer on my alpine ascents, but I like it so much that I'm using it any time I can. Perfect fit, long enough sleeves with thumb loops, shorter in the front part/longer in the back (good for the climbing harness), and side ventilation zips from the very bottom to the armpits makes this jacket perfect for climbing. Hood is just large enough to fit a helmet. I'm not sure about durability yet, as I had it in the mountains just few times, however if you want a light softshell jacket without compromise for reasonable price, this is it !
Great for Fall/ Spring
September 26, 2010
Happy with the jacket. Would appreciate a little more room to get a few layers under when its needed but I guess its not really intended for single digit outings. I bought it to use for ice climbing when weather permits but I think I will wind up using it more for cold weather mountain biking.
Great fit and weight
September 07, 2010
I'm tall and thin (6'5"/195lbs)and the XL fits prefect. Long enough sleeves and not too baggy. The weight is not light though it's not bulky. Hoping I am going to love this for skiing and hiking.
October 26, 2009
EXCELLENT PRODUCT & SERVICE
February 04, 2010
This jacket provides great wind protection and water resistance. It is slim fitting which is great for climbers and alpinists. The sides unzip from the waist all the way up to half way through the arms, allowing access to pockets or a harness underneath. Layered with a mid weight, this jacket is solid for snow activities. I found the arms a little long and I don't care for thumb loops, but the material is stretchy enough I can roll them under and it is no problem. Solid jacket that needs nothing changed.
A true climbers jacket!
July 29, 2009
I was using Marmot's Super Hero jacket but on a whim decided to buy the Ultimate Hoody. It's $75 less and in my opinion, you get a lot more for less. It's lighter, more form fitting, and the hood is perfect. I'm 5'10/170# and the large fits great.
So far so great
February 26, 2010
I haven't been able to try it in the field yet, but so far this jacket has more than lived up to the hype. Perfect minimalist features, and the windstopper is top-notch. I'm also impressed by the water resistance, I rode to work in a downpour and was totally dry underneath. The real review will start next week down in Southern Chile, but so far, five stars.
April 14, 2009
Fits close to the body, long torso and exactly what my son wanted. He is in Mammut heaven. Send a discount ASAP please for a purchase I want to make for my daughter!
A nice jacket for spring and fall
June 11, 2011
One of the lightest windproof jackets on the market. Feel very comfortable wearing it. The fabric is thin, and without insulation, it may not provide enough warmth for winter use. A perfect softshell for windy days in spring and fall. This jacket got a trim cut, you may want to go one size up if you are going to wear it over a midlayer.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use
One soft shell to rule them all
August 25, 2010
Great athletic cut with the perfect amount of usable features. Not cluttered with tiny pockets that you wont use. Versatile enough to use in many different situations.
July 02, 2009
This jacket is absolutely outstanding. It can take anything you throw at it: It laughs in the face of wind, sheds snow, rain rolls right off, and it is impervious to sharp rocks and brush. As a member a search and rescue organization in the Cascade mountains I was looking for a soft shell that could do everything... This is that jacket. enough vents to take you from a summer day in the foot hills, yet warm enough to get you up Rainier and Baker. The fabric is also completely bomber, easily handling gnarly offwidth cracks and heavy bushwhacking. It also looks good around town!
July 12, 2010
Mammut is one of my most favorite brands all along, This jacket didn't disappoint me. It has many features, high quality, stylish, lightweight and absolutely windproof. I think it must prevent me from every bad weather in spring or fall.
great lightweight jacket
January 05, 2010
This hoody is a perfect layering piece or lightweight jacket on it's own. I ordered the XL which was a little more fitted through the waist than a traditional XL
May 05, 2010
This is my new favorite jacket, versatile enough for almost anything. It strikes a wonderful balance between weight, breathe-ability, wind resistance, and water resistance. It is technical enough for climbing- the hood is well designed for use with a helmet. I love the thumb loops to keep cuffs under gloves when reaching overhead, and add a little extra warmth when glove-less. The two side zips go all the way from the bottom of the jacket (opening the bottom front to back) to the pits- a great feature when used with an alpine harness and extra ventilation if needed. It fits my upper body incredibly well- wide shoulders, narrow waist, average to short length. I got a great deal on this jacket as a sale price, but if I were looking for a new one, I would not hesitate to pay full retail if necessary.
Quite nice jacket
November 24, 2010
Nice jacket. I've never had Mammut. First impressions are: good quality, resistant to water and wind, but a little narrow in shoulders.
Jacket is overrated
November 10, 2010
this is a nice comfortable jacket, and one will find out that the softshell is of high quality. I will use the Ultimate Hoody as mostly a mid-layer with a shell as an outer layer in cold (30 degrees or below) weather. I was standing around awaiting my Cross-Country runners to finish a race. The temps were in the low 50's, and I had a capaline 3 mid-layer under the Ultimate. I was chilly and cold during the race. I like the way the jacket looks, the stretch and quality of this product, but I don't understand how anyone can wear this in temps' below 40 and think this product will keep you warm. I'll have the Mammut in my backpack this winter while snowshoeing in the Adirondacks as a mid-layer, or when I'm heating up, I'll wear it as an outer-shell. The ventillation is really cool, but this jacket is not warm unless one has warm insulation underneath(capaline with fleece) it. I've been using the Mammut Ultimate Hooded Jacket as a mid-layer while walking, with patagonia R1 or capaline 3, the Ultimate Hoody, and then the Patagonia Nano jacket as the outer shell. I look forward to 'testing' the Mammut Ultimate this winter in the back country. A warmer jacket for an outer shell is the Arcteryx Atom LT. I don't understand how others use this product as an outer-layer to stay warm??? I know it must be because they are using it for aroebic activities like I will in the winter snowshoeing, then I'll do another review.....Regards....Fussy about products
I really like the jacket, but the hood doesnt fit over my helmet
March 08, 2010
It has the weight and options I was looking for - thumb holes are nice too. However when pulling the hood over my climbing helmet .. well its just too small - unfortunately.
February 07, 2011
As many folks out there, when I think about laying down $100+ I spend time to learn about the product I'm thinking about buying. As such, I'd like to offer the below comments to those equally gear geeky as I. 1) This is a fantastic light softshell. It will block the wind, take plenty of abuse crashing through briers or crawling over rocks, and fit snuggly over a very light base layer or two. 2) the pit zip design is brilliant. Being able to unzip it from the bottom up allows you to turn it into a modern tunic, which when wearing a pack harness is great as you can clip your hip-belt under the jacket which means.....A) no annoying scrunching of jacket under hip belt, B) easy access to hand pockets pockets C) excellent heat regulation with easy access to zip and unzip the jacket from multiple angles 3) I'm a thick lad at 6'2, 240, and a chest around 46-47 so the large is quite snug, but because of its stretch it moves beautify. I caution everyone to remember that this piece & Mammut in general is "Euro cut" e.g. it assumes you're a narrow chested/shouldered bean pole. You may have to try on a few different sizes to find one that "feels right" 4) This jacket is not "warm," if your wearing a Tshirt standing around in 40 degree temps. This jacket it is plenty warm if you've got a Tshirt on and your haulin tail up the side of a mountain with a strong wind and 30 degree temps 5)The only negatives about this piece are A) the placement of the chest pocket... why on earth would you make it internal and so small? B) there is no B... Bottom line: This is a fanatic piece. It does exactly what its designed to do... be a light, block wind, move well, and generally be an butt kicking sfotshell that will be one of your go to piece every time you want to be outside and on the go... It even looks good enough to take it out on the town!!!!!Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value, Cons: Cost
Comfortable & Functional
March 17, 2010
A recent purchase to be used as a jacket that stays in my daypack for summits. But, it got rainy use on two summits in So Cal. Comfortable & Function in heavy breezes and short downpours. I love it.
November 12, 2011
This is my first Mammut softshell jacket and i really love it .it's windproof and water resistant also very light, really comfortable and look cool.but a lil bit narrow in shoulders other wise fit well and the quality is great.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Cons: Cost
great light softshell wind stopper!
October 30, 2009
This softshell windstopper is a great looking, great wearing jacket! lots of style and not too warm when the days are 50's-60's, and warm enough as a softshell with a sweatshirt underneath for evenings in the 40's.
November 04, 2010
Bought this for the hubby, who is skinny, tall, and with monkey arms. We've been having a very hard time to find jackets that fit him. Usually the American brands are too big in the torso and short on the sleeves. So we decided to try some European brands. I myself have the women's version of this jacket, and it fits me perfectly. Unfortunately the men's version didn't work out. Again, too big on the torso, though sleeves length is right on. Even though we decided to send it back, the quality of the jacket is impeccable.
Great Fit, Versatile
March 22, 2010
Great fit, lightweight jacket. Blocks the wind, repels light rain. Versatile for back country climbing, hiking, etc., and as a high school track coach outside all day in late winter early spring meets. Really like the side zippers and hood.
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