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Mountain Hardwear Super Compressor Hooded Jacket


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Description: Mountain Hardwear Super Compressor Hooded Jacket

A classic puffy jacket that delivers the quality construction and high-performance insulation you need to square off against the cold this season, the Mountain Hardwear Super Compressor Hooded Jacket for men has you covered! Built from tough and light ripstop nylon shell material, the Super Compressor features Mountain Hardwear's own proprietary Thermal.Q Elite synthetic insulation that mimics the structure of actual down to create heat-trapping pockets and bring the highest warmth to weight ratio you can find in a synthetic insulation. The classic puffy jacket look and standard fit makes this the perfect choice for your next winter adventure!

Key Features of Mountain Hardwear Super Compressor Hooded Jacket:
  • Avg Weight: 1 lb / 479g
  • Center Back: 29" / 74cm
  • Fabric: Body: 20D Nylon Ripstop (100% Nylon)
  • Fabric: Insulation: 100 g/m² Thermal.Q Elite
  • Proprietary insulation construction creates heat trapping air pockets that increase warmth without the weight
  • Thermal.Q Elite mimics the structure of down to create the highest warmth to weight ratio available in synthetic insulation
  • Standard Fit

Super Compressor Hooded

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What's your warmest coat for Alaska?
A shopper on Nov 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hard to say what our warmest coat is. This one is very insulated - will be very warm. You can check out our down jackets here -- -- They're all going to be insulated pretty heavily.
is this a good coat for Alaska up to 25-36 below freezing?
Andy S on Nov 30, 2015
This MH Super Compressor is a really warm jacket. My experience with -30ish temps is only down here in Minnesota (Not quite Alaska), but with a Shell over the top I would wear this no problem.

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