Men's Uncompahgre 2.0 Puffy Jacket
37.5 ACTIVE TECHNOLOGY INSULATION
Men's Uncompahgre 2.0 Puffy Jacket Details
- Outer Layer
- Updated fit for consistency across all styles
- Improved fabric package and styling
- Improved packability
- 37.5 by Cocona's Active Particle Technology in lining, insulation, and face fabric
- 37.5 Synthetic Insulation Weight: 100g (Body), 60g (Sleeves), 60g (Hood)
- 2-way zippered coat pocket allows for the jacket to be packed into itself
- Insulated hood with draw cords
- DWR exterior repels snow/rain and blocks wind
- Built-in stretch for complete range of motion
- Constructed with biomechanically correct Shooter's Cut sleeves, shoulders and hood
- All zippers, pockets, closures and adjustments quietly managed on-the-move and do not interfere with targeting
- 3D Turret™ hood construction for maximized Field-of-View and Range of Motion
How It's Built
- Material: 37.5 Synthetic Insulation
- Cut: Shooter Cut
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Weight: 20oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Range:
- Below 20F
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
I bought this jacket (and the pants) before a CO mule deer hunt. A warm, lightweight, versatile insulation layer is what I needed to round out my layering kit. The first time I took it out of the box I thought, 'will this keep me warm?'. On day 2 a cold front moved in and pushed the actual temperature to -14 and dropped 2 feet of snow at 10K feet. Every time I drove in the side-by-side, glassed/sat, the jacket came out. It's warmth to weight ratio is wonderful and it's quiet. My build is athletic and I have no problem wearing the M over a merino T + LS + Klamath. I would not recommend wearing this while walking or bushwhacking - it's delicate. The pants sustained a small rip on the maiden voyage but I threw some moleskin on from my first aid kit and they're just fine. They'll be even more durable when I put the patch tape on. I'm beyond happy that I added these to the arsenal. It's money well spent.
I carried this puffy with me in my back pack during archery in Colorado and got hit with record snow fall for September. It takes up very minimal room when compressed and keeps you nice and warm no complaints from me.
Always disliked the puffy jackets of other brands due to noise and lack of real insulation, but this jacket is incredible for everything so far. It’s never to hot and never too cold. It’s mostly silent unless moving vigorously. The sleeves fit nicely over my watch and the cuffs of my gloves. Great pocket locations also.
I wish I had bought this sooner. Lite weight and warm cant wait to use this for turkey hunting. As with all the gear I have gotten this holds to the standard.
I bought this jacket after doing a lot of research and have not been disappointed. The sleeves are perfect for bow season. This jacket will keep you warm during those long morning hunts and working around the ranch!
All I can say about this jacket is it’s my go too for temps ranging from 60s to teens. I had the original version and literally wore the old style zipper right off. The material doesn’t like sharp objects like knives of the tips of fly tying scissors but honestly o have worn it through some rough cut overs and never had an issue. It’s not a brush jacket- that’s why I wear my FL soft shell over it when I need the warmth and the grit to bust brush.
The new version has an improved zipper and for me it fits like a glove. The sleeves don’t interfere with my string and the length is spot on. Once again FL improves on improvement!
When I took this jacket out of the box, I was sure I had been misled. Boy, was I wrong. I had no idea a jacket this light could be so warm. If I wear anything more than a cheap(10$) thermal and a t-shirt underneath, I feel like I’m in an oven. It does very well in rain, too. I’m very excited to enjoy the warmth while chasing elk and blacktail next fall.
I bought this jacket as a light weight, packable layer for a September elk hunt next year, but couldn't resist trying it out this week while whitetail hunting. I was pleasantly surprised at how warm it was for being so light. Also, it dried within an hour or so, in the sun, after getting rained on. Overall, very pleased with it so far.
These are lightweight and can be balled up small to fit in the pack. They are great for late season glassing when it’s cold. They would work well in a stand as well but not the quietest material. Not overly loud.
Bought this jacket in Fusion on sale and liked it so much I got the black version for around town. Been wearing one or the other every day since they arrived, for waterfowl, hiking, and just around town (dog walks, errands, etc). Perfect weight and warmth for where I live, where average temps all year are between about 30°-65°. DWR is nice for walking through wet reeds on duck chasing mornings, and jacket packs down well and fits in my backpack with no trouble.
FWIW, I'm a woman, and bought this jacket because I don't like the fitted look of the Aurora - so for any other women reading this, I'm happy to report that the Uncompahgre doesn't ride up, isn't too baggy in the shoulders, and sits comfortably both over and under other layers.