Keep it tied down.
The Outdoor Research Men's Filament Down Jacket weighs just nine ounces, so you'll want to keep a close eye and a steady hand on it when you bust it out on a cold and windy ridge, or else it might blow away. This jacket weighs next to nothing, so you'll hardly notice the added weight in your pack, but with its 800-fill down insulation, the jacket delivers on-demand warmth whether you're perched on a portaledge, ripping skins at the top of a skintrack, or playing belay slave for the weekend. The Filament has a trim fit, so it can be layered comfortably under a shell, while its bound cuffs and drawcord adjustable hem help lock in the heat when every inch of warmth means enjoying your stay in the alpine and wishing you were back in your cozy sleeping bag.
- Pertex Quantum GL fabric
- DWR-treated face fabric
- 800-fill goose down insulation
- Trim fit
- Drawcord adjustable hem
- Elastic bound cuffs
- Stowable design
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: M
so, this is pretty light and warm enough for its weight. I'm not crazy about the fit; it kinda just sits on you. And you have to like the shiny trash bag look (no disrespect intended). Feels like the patty ultralight is lighter and warmer (but puffier).
Any idea on the the fill weight of this jacket? Guessing it will be between 50g - 100g?
50g of fill weight on this is an 800 fill power down.
Thanks for the question and sorry for the delay!