Macpac Uber Hooded Down Jacket - Men's
A$199.99 A$99.99 A$99.00
Why we made this
An ultra-light down jacket designed for winter layering.
We love life in the outdoors. That's why we created the versatile Uber Light Down range: colourful, ultra-light down jackets designed for layering in the winter and wearing over a tee on those cooler summer evenings. The Uber Light Hooded Jacket, redesigned with a raglan sleeve for a more athletic look, is the perfect alternative to a sweatshirt, and a less bulky option when you're travelling. We chose high-quality 650 loft responsibly sourced (RDS) duck down because it minimises bulk and is the most ethical choice. We've used ultralight nylon fabrics to keep weight low and quality high. Designed with a relaxed fit, you can easily wear this jacket over other layers. When you're on the go, the jacket can be packed away into a separate stuff sack with a tiny packed size.
650 loft Responsible Down Standard (RDS) duck down for cosy warmth
Certified by the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) for the ethical treatment of animals
Raglan sleeve for an athletic look
Lightweight nylon shell with water repellent treatment to help repel moisture
Packs into a tiny stuff sack (included)
Elastic bound hem, hood and cuffs to help trap heat internally
Fill Type 90/10 Duck Down Fill Power (cuin) 650 Fill Weight (g) 88 (Size M) Main Fabric 100% Nylon Main Fabric Weight (g/m2) 36 Secondary Fabric 100% Nylon Secondary Fabric Weight (g/m2) 36 Membrane/Coating WR (C6) Weight (g) 290 (Size M)
Wash only as necessary
Warm hand wash in non-detergent pure soap or Nikwax Down Wash®
Handle with care when wet
Rinse well by gently kneading the down
Do not bleach
Do not use fabric softener
Dry flat in shade initially, then tumble dry on low heat several times to separate the clumps of down
Do not dryclean
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 1 answer
does it keep you warm in temperatures as low as 6 degrees?
BEST ANSWER: Hello Jalkou. Really tough to say. We would personally recommend something warmer like the Halo or the Ember Jacket for 6 degrees. But if you are typically not someone who feels the cold, and have good polyprop or merino layers on underneath you could get away with it. Thanks the Macpac Team