Millet Trilogy Dual Advanced Jacket - Men's

The best thing since fleece.

The Millet Men's Trilogy Dual Advanced Jacket isn't just a synthetic puffy, and it isn't just a fleece jacket—it falls somewhere between the two with a hybrid construction that blends insulating wool with a lightly insulated synthetic material through the body for the best of both worlds. Ideal for everything from mountaineering and ice climbing to ski touring and shoulder season trail running, the Trilogy is breathable, insulating, and effectively manages moisture when you're working hard on the uphill. Wool fleece side panels carry with them the breathable, antimicrobial properties of wool, while 40g Primaloft Silver synthetic insulation throughout the front, back, and sleeves offer additional insulation where it's needed most. A low-profile hood fits comfortably under a helmet, and the adjustable hem helps to trap extra heat during those exceptionally cold days in the mountains.

  • Pertex Microlight ripstop
  • Wool fleece side panels
  • 40g Primaloft Silver insulation
  • Alpine Fit (ergonomic)
  • Low-profile hood
  • Adjustable hem
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Guaranteed to make you look better

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: Medium

Trust me, I'm a professional. Whereas this jacket won't make you climb better, hike faster, or help make it to work on time, it will make you look so damn good that it won't matter that you fell on that 5.8, you only hiked half way up Reiner, or waltzed in to work an hour later.



This has become my everyday jacket and I love it. On par with quality with Arc'teryx, and a fraction of the price? Count me in.



Remember, its (Me-yay). Hit me up directly with questions on this jacket, or if you have other questions, or if you still need a personal gearhead!

Guaranteed to make you look better

Initial Impression is Strong

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: XL

Picked this up before the weekend and took it our for its innaugural hike up to White Pine Lake this weekend. Great comfort and warmth, fit was perfect, but from the reps recommendation I did size up one size. Really looking forward to use this as a base layer for future winters as well as a great jacket on high elevation hikes and camping trips in Yellowstone and other Northern adventures this summer.

Does it all

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

This piece is great for all kinds of adventures. Great for mid or outer layer. feels and fits great with the rest of my layer system!

Millet dual Advanced as a running jkt

Running around below the Matterhorn on a chilly November day in Swiss. Perfect jacket for the day: High intensity mtn running, but cold (around 25 degrees)

Millet dual Advanced as a running jkt

Awesome climbing outerlayer or ski mid

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: XL

I've been wearing this jacket under my harness for cold-weather climbing, and belaying between burns and absolutely love it. Perfectly designed for climbing, the polartec powerwool skirt sits flush under the harness, and you can still access the hand pockets with a pack or harness on. The scuba-style hood sits comfortably under a ski or climbing helmet, and it's a toasty jacket for how light it is. Millet does a solid job with blending insulations and fabrics, and this piece exemplifies excellent hybrid-construction. Polartec powerwool is a new fabric, that has a wool outer layer to resist wet weather, abrasion and wind, with a synthetic inner layer for softness and moisture wicking. On the underarms of this jacket you get powerwool, so it resists snags and rips if you are climbing with it, and the upper side of the arms and the core has primaloft insulation for lightweight warmth. A best-selling piece for FW15, Millet nailed it with the dual advanced. I'm 6'2" 175, and wear an XL. Makes for a good, alpine fit that has room to move without being bulky.