Employing waterproof Pertex Shield+ fabric and premium 800-fill goose down insulation, the Outdoor Research Men’s Floodlight Jacket offers versatile, weather-resistant performance for winter backpacking, alpine climbing or snowsports.
Due to the high loft and extreme compressibility of the 800-fill power goose down, the Floodlight Jacket can be packed down small and easily stowed in a pack. The Pertex Shield+ face fabric is waterproof, windproof, and also prevents down from escaping so the Floodlight Jacket keeps you toasty on even the coldest days, time after time. Bonded, seam-free, quilted construction secures the down insulation in place and eliminates gaps and cold spots in the jacket. The adjustable drawcord hem and adjustable wire-brimmed hood quickly seal out wind and snow. Two zippered hand warmer pockets are ready to warm chilly hands. And rounding out the long list of features in the Floodlight Jacket is a storm flap behind the front zipper, a zippered Napoleon-style chest pocket, internal shove-it pockets, and hook/loop cuff closures.
The trim fit allows you to easily layer a hard shell over the Floodlight Jacket, if desired, but makes it equally comfortable to wear alone.
The Outdoor Research Men’s Floodlight Jacket is available in your choice of color and size.
- Fully Seam Taped
- Adjustable Wire-Brimmed Hood
- Internal Front Zip Stormflap
- Zippered Napoleon Pocket
- Two Zippered Hand Pockets
- Internal Shove-It Pockets
- Hook/Loop Cuff Closures
- Drawcord Hem
Best Use Backpacking, Hiking, Climbing, Snow Sports Insulation Type Down Jacket Back Length Hip-Length
Real Customer Reviews
- Best down coat I've ever had.
Likes: This jacket is great. Very much waterproof, cut is very good, very warm hood, ample length on sleeves and hem. I'm 6'1", 180 lbs athletic build, the large is perfect.
Unlike many other down coats, this doesn't feel bulky yet leaves plenty of room for a good midlayer. The high pockets are nice for hipbelt avoidance, also you can stick your hands in there if it's raining and the rain won't run down your sleeve into your pocket because your forearms will be horizontal. That's my favorite benefit of high pockets as I'm not usually backpacking in the winter.
The adustability is as god as any jacket I've had. You can get the waist hem tight, the hood adjustments are really good, and the wire brim is awesome. This is the first jacket I've had that kept my glasses totally dry in heavy rain, and it's because of that wire brim.
Dislikes: Torso could be slightly tighter (more Arc'teryx-like) but that's the only gripe, and it's a small one. This still fits very well.
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