Lightweight insulation for cold and damp. Though it’s wind- and water-resistant enough to be used as an outer layer, the Thermostatic's low-profile fit makes it a perfect midlayer beneath a waterproof shell. Lined with 60 grams of warm, lightweight and compressible Thermic Micro™ synthetic insulation.
Two front handwarmer pockets
Dual hem drawcords for quick fit adjustments
Low profile elastic cuffs for easy layering
Low profile, insulated hood
Jacket stows in pocket
Extremely lightweight, compressible and water resistant. This jacket is a great for layering or outerwear on chilly days.
Short Arm Length As others have mentioned, this jacket's sleeve length is too short. This jacket doesn't work well with gloves at all. Pop the cuffs over your gloves, stretch your arms out, and the cuffs will retract, leaving a cold spot on your wrist. Wish they had sized this jacket more correctly, as it's a wonderful piece, and better than anything else on the market in this weight class (60g synthetic fill belay jacket). May 8, 2013
Great buy I needed another down jacket like I needed a hole in my head, but this is a great jacket. It's pretty thin and scrunches down to nothing. The color is great. No internal pockets, but that's the only thing I can ding it on. I'm 5'9" 140# and it fits me like a glove. March 10, 2013
Super light I bought this as an outer layer and a layer under my shell. Beyond my expectations. It is slim fit, very light and warm. I am 5'8 and 140 lbs and the medium fits awesome. The hood fit is very nice. This ended up being an everyday user for me. The pine tree color is not as natural as I thought it would be but still a cool color. Thanks again MHW for being so AWESOME. February 10, 2013
dope, hooded jacket. this hooded jacket is dope. January 21, 2013
Cozy jacket Great jacket, toasty for its very lightweight feel, like the fit too, not baggy, if you have longer than normal arms I could see how the sleeves might be short. January 15, 2013
T-Rex Arms Great looking jacket, and very warm for being light and thin...but as a few other reviewers have mentioned, the arms are annoyingly WAY TOO short, which seems weird for a garment that's supposed to be keeping you warm. If they could fix this issue, I'd buy another, but as it is I had to return it.(I'm 6-4 w/ average wingspan, and the XL cuffs were about 2"-3" above my wrists standing normally, or about mid-forearm with arms outstretched.) December 26, 2012
great for the MOG's out there This is a really nice jacket, but unfortunately the sleeves seem to be several inches shorter than other mountain hardwear XLs that I own. I admit that I am kind of lanky, folks with stumpy arms might see this change as a benefit. I am 6'3", with a 6'4" armspan. I often have trouble finding sleeves long enough. I have been happy with the sleeve length on the drystien jacket, butterman shirt, as well as several older layers from mountain hardwear. October 15, 2012
When the Temps Are Shifting, Keep it Thermostatic. Just the right amount of warmth to give me the comparable heat of a fleece without the weight. This baby is light! it is very easily packable and a real easy jacket to care for. The hood fits great. I think the sleeves are a tad shorter than most alpine MHW gear, but hey, who can complain when you got a bomber piece like this?You may as well call this the Diet Compressor, or, maybe, The Synthetic Whisperer. Ah, words. Whatever the name, whatever the need- Thermostatic, indeed. October 8, 2012