Men's Chamberlin Down Jacket
800 Fill 37.5 Active Down
Men's Chamberlin Down Jacket Details
- Insulated Outerwear
- Over 30% more down than the closest competitor
- Revolutionary, 800 fill-power 37.5-blended down
- Body-mapped, non-sewn thru, box baffle construction for maximum warmth
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle Technology exhausts moisture and helps maintain optimal core body temperature
- Advanced DWR exterior repels snow/rain and blocks wind
- 3D Turret™ hood C187with box-baffle construction for maximized FOV and warmth
- High baffled collar locks in heat and protects your face from the cold
- Exterior cord routing for ease-of-adjustment without having to open the jacket and risk losing critical heat
- Articulated fit for enhanced range-of-motion
- Two internal mesh pockets
- Warm, tricot lined, zippered hand pockets
- Weight: 25 oz.
How It's Built
- Material: 37.5 DownTek
- Cut: Athletic
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Weight: 25oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Range:
- Below 20F
- 20F - 45F
I bought this jacket to give puffys a try. I was very very happy I did. I use this when it gets cold and pretty much all winter. I live in Wyoming and if you don’t have the right gear to buck the wind and cold then your days are gonna suck. Doesn’t matter whom you go with that’s a fact when hunting the windy state. This jacket is a lot warmer than I thought it would but if you play your cards right with layers you don’t need to worry about it. I liked this jacket so much I bought another one for use when I am not hunting. Which is pretty much all winter activities other than skiing. Fits good, feels good and my favorite part is the zipper comes up far enough to get most of my face out away from the wind.
I hunt in some very cold temps in Idaho- single digits often. Always try to get out early and even if the weather is bad. I was impressed with how warm this jacket is. I have worked in outdoor/backcountry settings all my life and have some warm down jackets and I usually just wear these hunting. I wanted a dedicated (and camo) jacket to wear. I would recommend this jacket to anyone really getting out there when its very cold. I have an 8000 meter peak down jacket that is grey and I often wear it because its so warm- this jacket is almost as warm as it and significantly lighter weight/overall more comfortable. I have not been affected by the wind. I know the warm sitka jacket has the windstopper and I toyed aroound with getting it, but I went with this one and have no complaints. Hood is warm. I more cold natured than I used to be as well. Again, its a very warm jacket. I spent some time researching and deliberating before making the investment and I am glad I did it. Thanks and good luck out there.
Took this coat into the Frank Church wilderness in late October. Coat exceeded my expectations for warmth. Super cold temps, single digits for most of the time. It does pack down but don't expect it to be a small package. This is a big well insulated puffy coat. Super warm for sitting. Too much for hiking. Don't get in the brush with it either, will tear. Overall a great coat, does what it is intended for. I'm very happy with my choice.
The chamberlin down pants and jacked are a must. I purchased both the jacket and the pants for a 14 day Alaskan moose hunt, I wore these under the seak rain gear and was able to keep warm when the temperature dropped down into the teens with a 50 mph wind. If you plan on doing any glassing or sitting still for several hours in lower temps the chamberlin set needs to be in your pack. I also found myself wearing them around camp as they are so warm and cozy I will be packing this jacket on most all of my hunts. Thank you
Wore this on a 3rd season elk hunt in northern Colorado. Perfect when you’re sitting there glassing. Once you put the hood up you can’t hear or feel anything (hence my fortress reference). Some of the other reviews mentioned snagging the material while hiking??? This piece is not meant for you to hike around the dark timber in...it’s too warm for that. Sit down, put it on, and glass to your hearts content. I also slept in it a few nights, it’s awesome. Also packs down very small to fit in your pack.
Took the Chamberlin Down Jacket up in the VA mountains to still hunt. Used a 2-6L compression sack to store in my back pack for the walk into the woods. But once sitting still in 30 degree weather I pulled out the Chamberlin and I was toasty warm. Had a pull over underneath and fit is perfect. I’m lean athletic build and could wear this with base layers or alone in the city and fits perfect. I purchased this jacket for backpack backcountry hunt out West next year and wanted to try out this season and it will be perfect for any cold weather scenario. It drizzled rain and I stayed dry. Also wore in tree stand with my back rubbing on tree and jacket did not rip or tear. Well worth the money!!!
This jacket is perfect for late season elk hunts. Provides superior warmth and insulation with minimal weight. I appreciate the draws on the waist and inside the hood to keep the wind out and the warmth in. The Cipher pattern is a bit lighter than the other pieces in my kit, but not enough to deter a recommendation to anyone looking for some serious warmth. Worth the investment.
Tagged along for a spike elk hunt in Hells Canyon Oregon. At night temperatures dropped to twelve degrees with snow and wind. While all my buddy's where shaking like leaves or having to layer and un-layer as we hiked through some pretty rough terrain I was perfectly comfortable wearing this jacket. It held up while crawling through thick terrain and hurdling over down trees. Yes, it is a little pricey. But if you can afford it, it is well worth it.This jacket will serve me well for many many years. My only gripe is that First Lite did not send me a sticker when I bought it
First- this Jacket is absolutely LEGIT. I was able to acquire this right before my 2020 Montana Elk Hunt and am so glad I did. We had -8 to -15 ambient temperatures and 20-30 mph winds where we were hunting. This thing is Windproof. I stayed warm standing and Glassing with just a merino thermal and a shirt under. The other thing that impressed me is that i then hiked 6 miles wearing it in same conditions down and up a mountain and when i got back to the truck was "dry" i was hot at times and was expecting to be sweaty underneath but was dry. I will probably be buying one for my wife now and will be considering it a "dont leave without" for Montana Late October and on. Special thanks to Paul who recommended this over the Brooks Sweater when i was debating route to go. Good Work Guys
note- The hood is a little noisy (as in your ears rub and create ambient noise) when your in the timber trying to hear, but you still want to stay warm. Might be nice to have a softer (non nylon) liner however not sure how that would effect warming effect.
This puffy is perfect to be stuffed deep into a pack and pulled out to give the warmth needed for a long stay. If you're stand hunting in January where you might wear it walking in, or having it as a just-in-case on a long haul hunt; this jacket will take up little room and less weight to make sure you are warm. Also, I noticed if I work up a sweat, the moisture almost pours out of it, fogging up my binos, which lets me know the sweat isn't staying next to skin. Just a good piece to have in every kit.