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Men's Hooded Compressor™ Jacket

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OM4782

Summary

A new standard in warm, sport-friendly insulation pieces. Variable insulation: 100 grams of lightweight Thermic Micro™ synthetic insulation in the body and 80 grams in the sleeves provide outstanding mobility for climbing without sacrificing warmth.
$186.90 $250.00
Style# 1459351
product.components.activity Alpine Climbing

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Features & Specs

  • Weight: - 1 lb. 1 oz. / 482 g. -
  • Fit: - True to Size -
  • Good For: - Alpine Climbing -

Summary

A new standard in warm, sport-friendly insulation pieces. Variable insulation: 100 grams of lightweight Thermic Micro™ synthetic insulation in the body and 80 grams in the sleeves provide outstanding mobility for climbing without sacrificing warmth.

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Materials

  • Body Fabric: 20D Ripstop
  • Insulation: 100g Thermic Micro TK

Measurements

Center Back Length: 29 " / 74 cm
  • Weight: 1 lb. 1 oz. / 482 g.

    Details

  • New design
  • MicroClimate Zoning™ construction with variable insulation where you want it
  • Dual hem drawcords for quick fit adjustments
  • Insulated hood with single-pull adjustment system
  • Zip handwarmer pockets
  • Soft, "Butter Jersey" cuffs
  • Interior zip pocket for keys, ID, other small items
  • Micro-Chamois™-lined chin guard prevents zipper chafe

Reviews

Men's Hooded Compressor™ Jacket 4.5 5 10 10
Awesome bring it everywhere jacket I never write reviews for products but this one is an exception. I've had mine for about 2 years now and still love it! The fit and function of the Compressor Hooded are perfect (I'm 5' 5' athletic frame and small fits perfectly). The Quality has stood up to numerous weekend trips, backpacking excursions, canoeing expeditions, and car camping trips. I literally bring this every time there is a trip of some sort. Looks good with just jeans for a night out too! If and when this thing falls apart on me (or most likely I lose it or it gets stolen), I'll definitely buy another. April 15, 2013
Excellent synthetic insulation layer! I bought the 2010 version of this jacket, and it was going strong until a month ago when I began having trouble with the zipper. Sent it to MH to be repaired and now it will continue to keep me warm for years to come! It's suprisingly durable, considering how apparently thin the outer material feels. I've climbed many pitches wearing it - note that the hood fits over a helmet *perfectly*. There are maybe two or three small tears in the outer fabric, but are from scrambling around caves in J-Tree, but were easily patched. It keeps me plenty warm at cold belays, though I add an extra layer or two when I'm hanging out at camp. I'm 5'11, 185 lbs and bought a large - if I wanted to be a bit more stylish, Medium would probably be a more "snug" fit. For utlity though, range of motion was more important, and a Large fits great. Excellent jacket - when my Compressor eventually dies, I'll most likely replace it with another one! March 27, 2013
Great Jacket, still a bit of an odd fit This remains an excellent jacket. The fit has been adjusted this year, but it still fits a bit differently than other brands. I am 5'10" and weight about 175. I wear a medium in EVERYTHING (socks, gloves, jackets, pants), but the medium doesn't fit quite right. Mainly in the armpits its just a little too tight. The chest, as other people have mentioned, is also a little baggie; however I have found that this works really well with a down vest (which is what I wear most often under the jacket in the early spring). I like the jacket and would LOVE it if the armpits didn't always remind me that the jacket is just a little too small. Besides that its a great piece and I recommend it, you just might want to try one on in a store before buying it. March 15, 2013
Perfect active insulation I've owned two of these now and I've loved both. They work great as an insulation layer below my shell for trekking or skiing, or even around town as an outer. Plus there's a surprisingly resilient DWR on the exterior that has gotten me through more than a few surprise rain showers when I didn't have my rain shell handy. A note on sizing: I originally owned a medium which fit me great at 5'7" 165-athletic, then an airline lost my luggage (including the jacket) so I reordered the same model and sizing. They redesigned the jacket some time in the past 8 months (adding the butter-jersey cuffs and redoing some of the paneling) and the new version definitely fits substantially larger. It fit my friend who typically wears MH Large perfectly. I ended up exchanging for a Small, which is much better through the torso, though the arm openings are a little on the small side if you have a muscular upper body. All in all though, my favorite insulated jacket. January 31, 2013
I Love This Jacket I should begin by saying that I have last year's model. My Hooded Compressor Jacket has become my absolute favorite. I use it on all of my hikes and backpacking trips in the North Cascades as well as my everyday winter jacket in the lowlands. It glides smoothly over underlayers, feeling silky and light. I feel a little silly, but I actually bought a second one. This jacket keeps me much warmer than my previous poly fill jacket, even in sub-freezing weather. Previous reviewers have said that the sizing is too large, but I find it to be pretty true. considering that there is room for an underlayer shirt or two. I wouldn't call the fit "trim". I usually have a tough time getting sleeves that are long enough for me, but this one seems to work fine, although a tad longer wouldn't be going overboard. I have been so appreciating the hood on those cold and windy nights at camp. I am hearing that the newer version is even better and plan to buy one in the future. The newer version may have this feature, but I miss being able to stuff it into its own pocket with a double zipper, like my previous jacket. Either that, or it would be nice if it came with a stuff sack. The new version may come with one. I haven't checked into that. I highly recommend this jacket. January 23, 2013
Sizing is a hard. I had this jacket for about a year now and before that had the hoodless one. I have several MH jackets and this one was totally confusing to me. Let me start by saying that this jacket is pretty warm, and very durable. I had it in the field for about 80 nights and the only issue I had with it is a burn hole..come on MH you mean this jacket won't stop fire! Other than that it has held up very well. It is light and compressable and a love taking it with me even on winter trips as a quick over my shell layer for lunch stops. The biggest issue I had is the sizing. I am normally a Meduim with MH (5'9 185lbs) and ordered a medium in this jacket. Well it fit perfect in the body. (I have no beer gut and broad shoulders). The sleeves were a little short and the armholes at the shoulders were incredibly tight. I mean tight enough that I couldn't really move my arms. I felt like that kid from Christmas Story. No biggie, I contacted MH and they sent me out a large. BAM problem fixed. Everything fit perfectly. That is everything if I was a 50 year old who lives in his mom's basement and eats raw cookie dough and plays video games all day. The shoulders, arms and chest fit perfect! The stomach, well I could fit a few small children in there. I am not sure what the intention in making it so "roomy" was. I can't wear this jacket under anything because it is just too bulky in the belly. I guess I could solve this issue by eating some cookie dough, but I am not into that so it has become my over the shell jacket. Love the jacket, well made, but just not sleek enough to layer effectively. I don't want to speed skate in in, but I would like it to fit under my shell. Maybe I am missing something....Don't be afraid to buy this jacket, just be aware of some of the drawbacks. Maybe with this years version they have fixed it. January 6, 2013
Awesome jacket!!! I initially bought this jacket to wear underneath me ski coat shell and it works great for that! sometimes a little warm on the hotter days but almost all the time its the perfect temperature even in extreme cold. This jacket also works great as an outer layer when wearing casually around town in the winter. A+ mountain hardwear, great job! I am 6 foot and 175 pounds and i got the large. it is a slightly long fit but perfect in the sleeves. January 1, 2013
Even better than last version I got this jacket a couple years ago and have worn it extensively in variable conditions and activities. It's exceptionally light and warm, blocks the wind like a barn door, and sheds water far better than I'd expected. The fit on my first one was my only complaint - size L fit in the body but the arms were too short. XL was baggy in the body and even a little long in the arms. In the new version the L is perfect. Technical fit in the body and perfect arm length with some room for error with the addition of the cuffs. I look forward to putting this version through the same rigors of the last (which is now designated for fly fishing only). Nice job taking a great jacket and making it even better! December 20, 2012
Good, with a few little exceptions I have really long arms, and this jacket was baggy in the arms for a size that's usually just perfect. It's pretty baggy in the body too, but I'm a skinny guy. Also, the color is a very bright yellow, so make sure that doesn't matter beforehand. I love the jacket though, very sharp. Pleased with the purchase December 10, 2012
great lookin jacket This jacket is everything you could ask for. It has eye candy appeal, it is very warm and does great in a light rain. I also climb so i was thinkin it might make myself sweat to much, but its an even match.. not to much or little..the bad, look around before you buy it the day i bought it and looked it up somewhere eles big difference in price..big enough difference to kick myself !! October 24, 2012
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