It's hard to enjoy winter-weather activities when you're huddled up and shivering on some mountain peak or ski lift. That's where the Hagli1/2fs Men's Bivvy Hooded Down Jacket comes into play. This down jacket excels as a fiery midlayer under a waterproof shell or as a toasty standalone piece when you're cruising town, thanks to its 700-fill European goose down. Its outer shell consists of Bluesign-approved fabric that's environmentally friendly and rugged enough for ski missions and alpine expedition with its recycled polyester mini ripstop (50-denier). Plus, you'll appreciate the shell's DWR treatment, which prevents the jacket's down insulation from soaking up moisture when it's snowing lightly outside. Staying true to Hagli1/2fs' function-first design ethos, the Bivvy Hooded Down Jacket sports a host of performance features for greater versatility. The down-insulated, two-way adjustable hood keeps your head warm when you're hunkering down in a blizzard or being subjected to icy Arctic air. Articulated elbows enhance mobility when you're laying down first tracks or scrambling up demanding ascents. Furthermore, you'll find the mid-mounted torso pockets are easily accessible when you're wearing a pack in the backcountry, and the jacket's self-folding design offers on-the-fly stashing.
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