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Men's StretchDown™ RS Hooded Jacket

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Summary

A versatile jacket that is super light but still has uncommon warmth, with a little added stretch to improve technical mobility in the mountains. It’s made with a revolutionary welded-channel construction that traps warmth and enhances durability. And the 15D face fabric feels almost featherweight but is unexpectedly robust, so it has excellent resistance to wind, water, and abrasion from ice, rock, and the occasional unfortunate tree branch.
This product is certified to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) by Control Union.
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Style# 1676901

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Features & Specs

  • Weight: - 14.9 oz / 423 g -
  • Reviewers rated this product: - True to Size -
  • Good For: - Alpine Climbing -
  • Good For: - Backpacking / Hiking -

Summary

A versatile jacket that is super light but still has uncommon warmth, with a little added stretch to improve technical mobility in the mountains. It’s made with a revolutionary welded-channel construction that traps warmth and enhances durability. And the 15D face fabric feels almost featherweight but is unexpectedly robust, so it has excellent resistance to wind, water, and abrasion from ice, rock, and the occasional unfortunate tree branch.
This product is certified to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) by Control Union.

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Materials

  • Fabric Body: 15D Ghost Lite Ripstop (100% Nylon)
  • Insulation: Q.Shield™ DOWN 750-fill /Fluorine Free
  • Insulation: RDS Certified Down

Measurements

  • Center Back Length: 28 in / 71 cm
  • Fit: Alpine
  • Weight: 14.9 oz / 423 g

    Details

  • 15D Ghost Lite face fabric is surprisingly strong and weather-resistant
  • Revolutionary bonded-channel construction supercharges durability and heat-retention
  • Knit interior fabric face is warm, and vastly enhances mobility through stretch
  • Secure zippered pockets and snug closures lock out weather
  • Adjustable, helmet-compatible hood
  • Imported

Reviews

Men's StretchDown™ RS Hooded Jacket is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This jacket was Ok This was my first mountain hardwear jacket and I would give it more stars if there were some changes. I wish it was more insulated. This would not be worn alone for cold weather. The sleeves were too big and loose and it would be better tighter. I did like the multiple pockets, including the chest and 2 inside ones for my electronics.
Date published: 2018-05-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from medium was too large I'm 5'-7" and 165 pounds and the medium felt very much like a large. There was a pooch on my belly and the arms were a couple of inches too long. I have other Mountain Hardwear products where the medium fits perfectly.
Date published: 2018-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Jacket This is a great jacket. My only complaint is it is a little but short and the wrist cuffs are not tight enough and let in wind. But, it is very comfortable and warm and gets the job done.
Date published: 2018-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warm and Lightweight In 2003 I purchased my first MH jacket. It was an Alchemy softshell. I still have it though some of the material has worn through and still love it. This Stretchdown RS Hooded Jacket is the quality I expect from MH. This Stretchdown RS Hooded Jacket is warm, lightweight, and quality-built. I've used the jacket in temperatures between 35 degrees F and 50 degrees F and have been plenty warm. I'm 5'10" and 150 pounds. I find the Medium to be the correct length in the torso, shoulders, and arms. The wrists are a little too wide even with the elasticated cuffs but I have skinny wrists. The mid-section is a bit wider than I prefer. I'd suspect a person my height (5'10") could weigh as much as 180 pounds and have room. But that's the nature of off-the-rack garments. The only thing I wish MH would improve is adding some pit zips as the coat does not breath. If you go from activity, to mild activity you may end up a little damp in your base layer. All-in-all, this is a wise investment for those who are looking for a warm mid-layer jacket. You will not be disappointed.
Date published: 2018-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Excellent, very nice, good item.
Date published: 2018-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love This Jacket for Moderate Cold Purchased this jacket for my college son to stay warm while riding his bike around campus and walking in the 30’s to 50’s F. The jacket is comfortable and cozy with great classic styling. It’s not quite as insulated as I was hoping. But may end up being used more often since it will be easier to cram into a backpack when not in use.
Date published: 2018-02-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A definite contender. Based on the significant price points and quality claims, I was most intrigued to see how this jacket performed under a variety of cold conditions. Basically, was the jacket a true performance 'contender or pretender’ ? So, after about three weeks of wearing the jacket around multiple situations - active outdoor activities and more sedentary - in very cold temperatures - I can report that it generally delivers the goods! But it’s worth noting a few product details; PROS: It’s versatile, well constructed, light weight and yes very warm. Even in sub zero conditions without a lot of layers. I bought the manta grey color and must admit the jacket gets complements. I liked the oversized pockets for carrying a lot of stuff and the chest pocket is perfectly situated. The stretchy outside boarder on the hood was great to fit over my helmet while skiing and stayed there even in windy conditions. The down panels are well designed, also. All good stuff, indeed. CONS: The outside shell material of the jacket is characterized as ‘unexpectedly robust’, but to me it doesn’t feel super durable. Despite claiming to have ‘excellent resistance’ to abrasion, I had a sense that if the coat snagged or caught on something the shell would indeed tear. No field proof. Just a suspicion. Now, one other important note. The jacket’s ability to ‘trap' warmth is a blessing or a draw back depending how it’s used, in my opinion. Twice, I skied and snow shoed with it on. Yes, toasty! But the high aerobic activity over time created a build up of perspiration inside the jacket that had no way of escaping. The jacket does not ‘breath’, which is disappointing, so it got consistently wet inside even at low temperatures. Fortunately it does dry up once I fully unzipped or took the jacket off. Conversely, I took long cold walks wearing the jacket and the interior moderated with none of the overheated clammy feeling that came with the aforementioned high activity. Under either condition I’m happy to report that very little layering is necessary because of the warm down. A product asset. The only other issue I found disappointing was that the lining in the large pockets is thin and not sufficiently secured to the body of the coat. So, if you put something inside the pocket like car keys, the weight of the pocket contents will actually drop below the lower cuff of the jacket. Just a minor product design flaw that can be fixed, I’m sure. So, here’s the bottom line: I do like the jacket and would recommend it’s purchase. But beware of the interior overheating under extreme aerobic activity. If I was on the MHW design team, I’d recommend some pit zips or something to breath the interior. Otherwise, worth the price and a bona fide ‘contender’.
Date published: 2018-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excited to put on for any occasion I am 6'-3", 215lb, and this jackets fits my long torso great. The wellpositioned pockets on the inside of the front panels are great for gloves, papers, anything you want easily accessible without having to open a zipper. The jackets light shine stands out but is far from harsh to the eyes or too shiny. I can't wait to put this jacket on every morning.
Date published: 2017-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Exceptionally warm jacket with one flaw - the hood. I recently had the opportunity to test out this jacket in Grand Lake, Colorado while snowshoeing, snowmobiling (layer), and for around town wear (avg temp 20-30s not including wind). I plan to keep this jacket unless I find one with all the features Im looking for: 1) Warmth: The jacket was exceptionally warm while active and idle. Of course this will be an individual thing as some people tend run either warm and cold. My layers consisted of a Chili brand thermal top, mid layer long sleeve pullover, and the StretchDown RS Jacket. To control my temperature I vented either the pocket zippers, the main zipper and my long sleeve mid layer shirt or combination of all. 2) Durability: I did brush up against branches and had no issues but I did my best to avoid them. I would not recommend this jacket for snow skiing as I personally want to ski uninhibited without gear worry in case of falls, tree skiing, etc. 3) Features: Had everything I wanted, waist cinch, outside pockets, inside pockets (could be snugger to hold gear in), chest pocket, and a hood. The hood was the downfall, and I confirmed today that apparently Mountain Hardware does not have hoods with a cinch like other brands. If anyone has been to Emerald Lake in RMNP, its windy and your hood will not stay on your head! Not sure why this feature is left out on their jackets but it would seem logical to have it especially given the price of higher end down jackets. 4) Stretchable and RS (Ripstop) feature: There is no stretch on this jacket but its not a deal killer for me. I bought the RS version of the this jacket as I wanted a more durable jacket.
Date published: 2017-02-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too Narrow in Shoulders This jacket has some nice basic features but the narrow cut in the shoulders makes it a poor fit. I am 6'4" and 185 lbs. 16/35 shirt and 42L jacket. I traditionally wear a Large in Mountain Hardwear and ordered one of these. Fit is ok in arm length and lower torso but way too tight in shoulders. Going to XL makes lower torso far too big. The stretch is very limited. It does a little, but not enough to overcome the narrow cut. Wide shoulder guys should probably pass on this. For those with a narrower frame, it might work out nice. It's a thin jacket and I think the Ghost Whisperer might be a better choice for similar thickness in a jacket.
Date published: 2016-12-08
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