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Insulated Jackets

  • 6 Items
    • 3-in-1 Snowshot Jacket (Men's)Quick View

      Patagonia

      3-in-1 Snowshot Jacket (Men's)

      $399.00

    • 3-in-1 Snowbelle Jacket (Women's)Quick View

      Patagonia

      3-in-1 Snowbelle Jacket (Women's)

      $399.00

    • Tres 3-in-1 Jacket (Women's)Quick View

      Patagonia

      Tres 3-in-1 Jacket (Women's)

      $449.00 - $499.00

    • Drifter Component Jacket (Men's)Quick View

      Marmot

      Drifter Component Jacket (Men's)

      $349.95

    • Gorge Component Jacket (Men's)Quick View

      Marmot

      Gorge Component Jacket (Men's)

      $349.95 - $364.95

    • Reflexa Trio Jacket (Women's)Quick View

      Outdoor Research

      Reflexa Trio Jacket (Women's)

      $298.95

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When you need serious protection from the cold, turn to an insulated jacket. Men's down and synthetic insulated jackets are a must for cold climbing trips, hanging out in camp, or any other activity where you need to retain as much body heat as possible. Down jackets are lightweight, super warm, and have a great comfort range. Down will retain its shape and loft over the long haul, while wicking moisture away. The downside of down is that it does not retain warmth as well when wet, so if you plan on using your jacket in wet conditions choose one with a waterproof shell or check out some of the newer synthetic insulation options, as synthetic fill jackets provide warmth even when wet. Today's down and synthetic jackets represent years of evolution and are light-years ahead of what we had just a few years ago. Synthetic insulation such as Polarguard┬┐ or the super light PrimaLoft┬┐ provide unprecedented warmth-to-weight ratios and repel water. These new lightweight, highly versatile jackets will keep you warm even in the coldest of conditions.

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