Merrell Shoes Men's Guise Hooded Jacket
After a long day of navigating the transportation gauntlet or hitting the trail, all you want is a soft place to lay your head; fortunately, the Merrell Men's Guise Hooded Jacket packs away into a soft, luxurious neck pillow for your weary noggin. Featuring Earth-conscious PrimaLoft Eco insulation to keep you warm while you're roaming as well as a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) finish in case the weather takes an unexpected turn, this lightweight jacket is the ideal adventure travel combo. The Merrell Guise Hooded Jacket for men delivers portable warmth and will always provide a handy headrest, whether you're on the train, in a plane, or in your tent.
- Shell fabric: 100% polyester microfiber with DWR finish
- Insulation: 60 g PrimaLoft® Eco™ keeps you dry and comfortable by combining 50% recycled material with PrimaLoft virgin fibers creating high loft, thermally efficient insulation
- Drawcord hem adjustability through pockets keeps hands warm
- Vislon zippers
- Zippered side vents
- Zip-secure chest pocket on cire side of jacket
- Center back length: 31 in (size L)
Purchase the Merrell Shoes Guise Hooded Jacket for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- February 7 2012
Nice light jacket!
Great jacket for light rain conditions. Looks great, perfect fit. Have gotten a few compliments on it. Love the fact that it turns into a nice travel pillow.
- January 22 2012
I highly recommend this jacket for anyone wanting to stay warmwith little bulk. I have two of these one for my wife and one for me. Size is just aout right on. Warmth is outstanding
- June 3 2011
Good all weather jacket
The Guise is a nice invention by Merrell, but it looks as though it is discontinued. Very warm, weatherproof, lightweight, and converts without much trouble to a pillow. Another great product my Merrell!
- February 15 2012
I order this for my son who not uses a North Face Zephyrus P/O for his winter jacket. He likes the fit with the additional pockets and hood for colder weather. Not as light as the Patagonia Nano but for the price point it's a good choice. It has core venting the zipper pulls are to small to use with gloves but other wise hidden.
- January 23 2012
A decent jacket
I got this product on a real discount and on the basis of the fact that I've always had good experiences with Merrell hiking boots and shoes. The same basic quality seems to go here, and although this is a lightweight jacket, it holds up against some decent winter temps and wind. My only complaint is that the insulation seems to 'weep' through the stitching a bit, although that's common with a lot of insulated jackets with stitch patterns.