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
Awesome jacket for its weight. I feel like there is a gap with very little down where the arm needs the torso. Otherwise very pleased.
I don't even know where to start. This is the warmest and most comfortable jacket I own. I literally look forward to winter so that I can wear this jacket. Surprisingly pack-able for its size with very comfortable pockets and hood. I run this most of my waterfowl season with the guide jacket over the top for protection (this jacket has a softer exterior, as with most puffy jackets).
This jacket's quality is on par with my Outdoor Research and Arc'teryx down jackets. The attention to detail and materials are as good as any I've seen. The only issue I have is the sleeves, they're a little tight on my forearms. I didn't knock a star off for this because this seems to be a common issue with me. I don't really see myself as having Popeye forearms, but many long sleeve garments fit tight in the forearm on me unless I buy a size that's too big everywhere else. I'm 5'10", about 190-195 lbs with a muscular build and I bought the medium which fits well everywhere except the forearms like stated. The forearms actually work out for me because I only archery hunt and the snugger sleeve helps keep my string clear. I generally like my gear to have a tailored feel to it, so if you prefer a roomier fit, go with the large. I've yet to wear this jacket in the field, but I'm familiar with down and confident it'll keep me warm when temps drop here in Kansas.
Absolutely love this jacket, packable, lightweight and most importantly WARM! Just like everything FL sells, buy the size that you normally wear. I'm 6'1" about 210 and the Large fits me with all my base layers perfectly, no need to upsize for additional room. Used it glassing mule deer in windy and cold western KS this past season. Made sitting up on an exposed knob completely comfortable. Actually hardly had to wear it with my other FL gear even with the temps in the 20s and wind in the teens. As with any puffy, I wouldn't take it into the brambles, so I don't have a durability review but the construction is top notch as to be expected with this company
This is the perfect jacket for sitting and glassing when the temps dip below freezing. The insulation in the hood keeps your head very comfortable while glassing and the cut of the hood does not restrict your field of view. Jacket is bulky but compresses down very well. I paired the jacket up with a Kifaru large three-string stuff sack for storing the jacket in my pack while not using using it.