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You and old man winter seem to have an amicable agreement, one that hangs loosely on the notion that if you stay warm, you can tolerate his visit. However, that consensus can only go so far when you're engulfed in a cocoon of down. In order to maintain this accord, the folks over at Mountain Hardwear crafted up the Men's Zero Grand Commuter Jacket, which offers equal parts warmth and style—meaning you don't have to forgo one for the other. The Zero Grand series is a collaboration between Cole Haan that emphases a fashion-forward look that's equal parts functional and trend-setting.
More specifically about the Commuter, though. This jacket features a lightweight and stretchy fabric construction for unimpeded mobility as you walk, bike, or take the train through the city. The Commuter features waterproof panels on the arms, shoulder, and back so you're well-protected against whatever weather old man winter throws your way. Additionally, the hydrophobic down insulation touts an 800-fill rating, meaning it's lightweight and roasty-toasty warm. The hand pockets keep necessities, like your train pass or cellular device, close by, and the slightly-long hem offers additional coverage against cool winds.
- A fashion-forward, fully functional jacket for the city
- Waterproof panels protect from precipitation
- Stretchy fabric provides unimpeded mobility
- Hydrophobic down resists clumping from moisture
- Hand pockets keep necessities close by
- Regular fit offers steadfast style