Mountain Hardwear Kelvinator Jacket - Women's

$249.95 - $264.95
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Description

Looking for the right winter route? You'll want to make sure you're in the right jacket first. This lofty 650-fill goose down jacket has incredible ripstop nylon and DWR for abrasion and water resistance on even the toughest winter lines. Lightweight fabric and plenty of lofty 650-fill down. This jacket will keep you warm and moving quickly up the mountain.

Specifications

  • 20D Nylon Rip
  • (100% nylon)
  • 650-Fill Goose Down
  • Two front handwarmer pockets
  • Dual hem drawcords seal in warmth
  • Full elastic cuffs slide easily over layers to seal in warmth
  • Low profile, insulated hood
  • Micro-Chamois-lined chin guard prevents zipper chafe

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Review Summary

4.3 out of 5

3 Reviews

Pros
  • Ease of use: 2
  • Great value: 2
  • Great design: 1
  • Performance: 1

Cons
  • Cost: 1
  • Wears quickly: 1
Comfort: 4.7 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
Durability: 3.7 / 5
Warmth: 4.3 / 5
Fit: 3.7 / 5
Water Protection: 3 / 5

3 Ratings & Reviews

Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 3 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
FitClothes: 4 / 5
Warmth: 5 / 5
WaterProtection: 2 / 5
jzlaux
from McLean, VA
25-34 yrs

Very warm, but bulky for layering
November 25, 2012

I purchased this jacket for my Mt. Kilimanjaro trek where temperatures ranged from 35 to -15 degrees (Fh) at night. The jacket held up wonderfully alone when temps stayed above 30 degrees, but I had to significantly layer when it went <30 degrees. However, I'm so thankful I bought it - the weight is next to nothing, and the warmth is incredible. I even wore it to sleep on the coldest nights, and I continue to use the jacket now that temps are hitting the 40s-30s in Virginia. I plan to use this for the long-haul, including on upcoming ski trips, etc. The jacket was very comfortable and moved well during our 7-days of 9-11 hrs of hiking. I do wish it had vent-zips in the arms to be a little more breathable during high activity. The outer material is fairly light and not windproof, so I wore a Gore-tex North Face shell over the jacket. The Kelvinator is not great for layering as it has a fairly bulky fit in terms of "poof" While it's the lightest and most compact (it can be stuffed into it's own stuff sack) down jacket for it's warmth on the market, it's still very puffy, especially around the upper arms and chest and doesn't pack down when you layer a jacket/shell on top of it. So, in terms of pure aesthetics when it's worn, it'll make you look a little larger in the shoulder/chest area. I'm fairly athletic and am not stick thin (5'5", 140 lbs), so even with larger arms and shoulders, the jacket still fits a little larger than I would like. Overall, I'm very happy with the Kelvinator. The jacket was definitely put to the test on Kili, but it was like new after I washed (and dried) it when I got home. Two biggest wishes are: to have a smaller profile (less poof), and to have arm-pit vents.

Pros: Great design, Performance, Ease of use, Great value, Cons: Wears quickly, Cost
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
FitClothes: 3 / 5
Warmth: 4 / 5
jacksongirl
from Jackson, Wyoming
25-34 yrs

more fashionable than a snuggie...
December 06, 2011

but probably just as comfortable. It feels like I'm wearing a sleeping bag, but it's the perfect weight between too thin and too "marshmallowy". Down coats are not exactly slimming, but the downward angle stitching helps create the idea of a figure. The pocket distribution is good - two on the outside and two inside - and the chamois zipper cover is a big plus. It packs down small and I think the included stuff sack with be very handy. The high collar keeps my neck and ears warm even when the good isn't up. Overall, I love the coat and I'm so glad it got here just in time for the double digit negative temps!

Comfort: 4 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
FitClothes: 4 / 5
Warmth: 4 / 5
WaterProtection: 4 / 5
cute
from WA
25-34 yrs

It is light and warm
October 30, 2012

I feel warm when i wear it. It's light and warm. I like it. Black color only half price. It is nice to wear it. It be sent to my home soon. The brand is good. And i already decide to another the brand's pant.

Pros: Ease of use, Great value

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