Men's Cold Mountain Reversible Down Jacket
Men's Performance Fit (Runs small in sizes L-2X, recommend sizing up)
The Men's Cold Mountain Down Jacket is an essential mountain bike gear piece, rugged like it's namesake, it's adaptability to any environment is what makes it a must-have. An ultra-lightweight packable, reversible design makes it a great companion for multiday adventures or post-ride hangouts.
Specs and Features
- Shell and liner are 20 denier with water-resistant DWR coating
- 650-fill-power Features RDS Certified Down (Responsible Down Standard Certified)
- Woven nylon inner/outer shell for strength and durability
- Underarm gusset for increased durability and range of motion
- Ultra-light and packable comes with a stuff sack
Built for you
We believe in the freedom and positive benefits of cycling. Whether you are a beginner mountain biker, weekend warrior, Enduro racer, or just love riding bikes with friends, we built our MTB gear for you.
super fit, great quality, real local people to do business with.
Love this jacket. Other down jackets I’ve owned have felt more blobby while this feels like it’s actually tailored to fit a standard human shape.
The jacket is deceptively warm, especially considering how lightweight it is. Lastly, I did purchase one size up than my normal size and could not be happier with the sizing (I’m 6 foot and weigh 220, I went with the 2xl)
I bought my husband this jacket for Christmas and he can not stop raving about how much he loves it. The amount of “puff” it has is perfect, not too hot not too cold, but just right! It hits the Goldilocks standard perfectly. The reversibility factor is also very cool, and it looks great either side out. This purchase was a win for sure!
I absolutely love this jacket especially the fact that you can change colors just by flipping the jacket over. It is very warm and cozy I highly recommend this jacket.
They are a great company that stands behind their stuff, and takes input from customers well. Great response time in answering questions. Highly recommend- Patrick Hover