Marmot Sling Shot Down Jacket in Nunavut
Kiyuk Lake, Nunavut. Where the average temps in early March are -40 C and can drop to -60C at night with wind chill. WIth a few layers underneath the Sling Shot Down jacket kept me comfy in uncomfortable winter conditions.
This jacket is tough as well. I put it through 35 days of winter snowshoeing work in Northern Quebec where we were climbing up and down steep mountain faces and our clothing was the difference between life and death in that terrain.
The fit works well for me. I'm 5'5" and 135 pounds and wear a medium. In those conditions, I normally wore a light jacket, down vest, and wool sweater underneath and had no issues with feeling tight or overstuffed.
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