Outdoor Research Men's Transcendent Down Sweater
Lightweight, packable and oh-so-toasty, the Outdoor Research Men's Transcendent Down Sweater will keep you warm on wilderness backpacking trips and hut-to-hut ski tours in the backcountry. Ultralight 20-denier ripstop polyester shell fabric helps block out a cold wind on a ridge while elastic cuffs and a drawcord at the hem seal in body heat. Stuffed with 650-fill down, this OR jacket has a high warmth-to-weight ratio and will stuff into its own hand pocket to take up very little space in your pack. Pull it out when the temperatures drop and it will loft back up into its original, slightly puffy shape. Keep your headlamp and map in the front chest pocket when the sun goes down and you're still looking for the hut and warm your chilly hands in the 2 front zippered pockets as you wait for the woodstove to get its glow on. A standard fit makes this winter coat perfect for layering under a weatherproof shell and the smooth polyester taffeta lining slides on easily over a base layer for a camping trip in crisp fall weather. Offered in stylish, versatile colors that blend in against the granite and stand out in town the Outdoor Research Transcendent Down Jacket for men will help you rise above the earthly discomforts of cold weather in the mountains.
- Shell fabric: 100% ultralight 20D ripstop polyester shell
- Liner fabric: 100% polyester taffeta
- Insulation: 650+ fill down
- Brushed tricot-lined collar
- Front zipper with internal stormflap
- Zippered napoleon pocket
- Two zippered handwarmer pockets; one doubles as stuff sack
- Stretch binding at cuffs
- Dual drawcord hem adjustments
- Fit: standard
- Center back length: 28 in
- Weight: 13.35 oz, 378.4 g
Purchase the Outdoor Research Transcendent Down Sweater for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- January 24 2012
perfect down sweater
Ordered Large and Medium to see which one fit better. Picked Medium...very warm, good compression. Wore it on a powder day at Winter Park and it kept me warm in 35 mile per hour winds. YES!