Lightweight, low-profile and warm. What makes the Zonal different is its hybrid construction: 60 grams of Thermic Micro™ synthetic insulation in the body and sleeves for warmth (even when wet) and stretch fleece in the side and underarm panels for great, non-bulky fit and easier movement.
MicroClimate Zoning™ construction for built-in wind protection, warmth, breathability and stretch
Lightly insulated body panels and sleeves for just the right amount of warmth
Stretch fleece side panels and underarms for mobility and breathability
Dual hem drawcords for quick fit adjustments
Jacket stows in pocket
Zip handwarmer pockets
Strategically zoned fabrics for incredible layering. Lightweight warm insulation in the body and sleeves with stretch fleece side panels for mobility.
Perfect! What a sweet jacket! It fits perfectly. Uber light weight,yet warm enough for those early spring, northern california days. And ideal for layering in a colder climate. March 20, 2013
PAC JACKET THIS JACKET WAS BOUGHT AS A PACKABLE FOR MY BACK PAC, SO WHEN IT IS TO WARM WITH MY FULL DOWN JACKET WHEN MY WIFE AND I ARE HIKING I CAN SWITCH IT ITS JUST RITE March 11, 2013
Great jacket for layering I purchased this jacket to replace a Mountain Hardwear fleece I had been using for a mid layer for skiing. After purchasing a new shell I decided to upgrade my mid layer to a synthetic down jacket. This jacket was ideal as it is thin, warm, and has the stretch fleece under the arms and on the back and elbows. This was perfect when the temperature on the mountain requires you to unzip your pit zips on your shell. The cool air flows right through the fleece and actually cools you down.Plenty of warmth in a thin jacket. On a windy cold day I would not wear this as my outer layer but as a mid layer this jacket is great. February 13, 2013
Zonal Jacket The XL fits well in the neck, chest and shoulders and the quality is excellent. The jacket lays flat, not puffy, is very light and has stretch panels for flexibility in the back and sides. Off to the Himalayas next month for some cold weather testing. September 9, 2012