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 purchased this as part of my Interior Alaska Kit, where temperatures can get down to -50. I absolutely love it and wouldn’t trade it for anything. It’s perfect for hours of glassing.
Can’t beat this jacket, having something so light weight on a long hike in is worth every bit you will spend on this jacket. Just had it out this week on a spring black bear hunt here in Alaska. Temps dropped to around 27f and I tossed this on over a mid weight base and was perfectly fine. I will never leave this jacket at home now. I’m always cautious of layering properly but this jacket will allow me to leave my light weight jacket at home. I’m 5’11” 215lbs with sadly a 39 waist. I order the xl to ensure I could fight over other layers and it’s plenty of room. Honestly I probably could have gotten away with a large. If you were like me and surfing around for a heavier down, stop and just get this one.
Top quality jacket that is extremely warm. Fit is spot on with the Large as i am 5'11" 185lbs with an athletic build. The only issue i have is the blue-purple coloration with certain sections with the fusion pattern. The inconsistent coloration is not enough for me to return it and i don't believe that it hinders concealment, but it does bother me on a personal level. If i had to do it all over again i would order the solid brown. Overall, the Chamberlain is the warmest jacket i own. Pair it with an adequate layering system and you"ll be comfortable in almost any cold environment.
This jacket is my go to in pretty much life. I love this thing. Warm, warm and warm. Bucks the Wyoming wind good. I do a lot of glassing during the late season hunts I go on and this keeps me warm no prob. So take that Wyoming wind! Hahaha! I recommend this jacket. I just may buy another for non hunts and normal winter life in the windy state I live in.
I purchased this jacket in black to use as my winter jacket and it is worth every penny. Even though it is very light weight, it is the warmest jacket I've ever owned. I look forward to it being cold so I'm able to wear it. It's incredibly warm when you have the hood up, it's just so well insulated that you can't hear a whole lot when it's up. Overall, you get what you pay for and that's a very quality jacket.
I purchased my Chamberlin some time ago but wanted to really put it through the paces on a variety of adventures before giving an honest review. I've used it coyote hunting in the middle of winter and hunting muleys in the high country above timberline in late fall. I purchased a water proof bag to stuff it into and the Chamberlin and Uncompahgre bottoms are with me at all times if there is any possibility of being cold at all. Although I use this jacket mostly for glassing and still hunting, I look at it as a vital piece of safety equipment that should always be with me in my pack. It's extremely warm and light obviously, but it gives me a nice piece of mind that should the weather turn south and get crazy, I've got my Chamberlin in my pack. When you are doing much hiking though you will be shedding it quick most of the time. Quality is excellent. 5 stars for me
I really like this jacket. I have been using it as a lifestyle piece in the cold Minnesota winters. It's the warmest jacket I have ever owned. Warmer than my big ol' LL Bean Wool Mackinaw and a fraction of the weight. The hood is fantastic and collar are fantastic. I continue to be just tickled with the FL fit. I can order a small and get a good fit in both the body and the sleeves. Since I am a lanky man the sleeves are probably a little shorter than FL intended, but still a great fit compared to jackets I have previously had.
I’ve tried multiple puffy jackets from different brands. This Chamberlin puffy insulation jacket is by far the warmest one I’ve ever worn. This jacket along with a couple base layers kept me warm in 0* November Montana weather. If you’re looking for THE warmest most comfortable puffy jacket on the market, this it it! Instant warmth when putting this on!
I have both the Brooks Down Sweater and the Chamberlain. Both are warm SOBs. The Brooks is a little more versatile, ie more packable, better for layering but the Chamberlain blows the Brooks away in terms of warmth. That warmth comes at a price of packability. Just think about how cold you get and what you are using it for. For my backcountry Idaho rifle elk hunt this year, Brooks was the way to go. For my upcoming Minnesota late season whitetail, bet your ass I’m wearing the Chamberlain.