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Men's Fire Tower Belay Jacket

Down hooded belay jacket for maximum insulation

There are mornings, nights, and weeks during the winter and the year that require insulation above and beyond the normal mid or lightweight puffy. Our Fire Tower hooded belay jacket is puffed up with 700 fill power DownTek™ that insulates your body with fully baffled construction--ensuring no cold spots and maximum heat retention.
$149.98 $299.95
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DownTek™ Water Repellent Down Insulation

Down sleeping bag insulation has long been the favorite of backpackers, thru-hikers, and mountaineers due to its relative light weight and ability to pack down small. While down bags generally cost more and require more care to keep dry in humid conditions, the soft feel of down is unsurpassed and extremely popular.

Specs + Sizing


Fully baffled construction and integrated baffled draft tubes eliminate cold spots

Helmet compatible hood with adjustable drawcord closure keeps the weather out

Center front zipper includes interior no-draft flap and a zipper garage at chin

Features YKK Vislon zippers with textured zipper pullers for ease of use with gloves

Snug elastic cuffs for excellent mobility and warmth 

Adjustable drawcord at hem seals out wind

Two zippered hand-warmer pockets with zipper garages

Large interior mesh pockets for extra stash space

Exterior chest pocket

Stuff sack - included

Construction + Materials

700 fill power DownTek™ water repellent down with PFC-Free, bluesign® approved chemistry 

Insotect Flow™ vertical baffles contour to your body to provide a more comfortable fit and keep you warmer

Flow Gates™ eliminate down shifting to keep uniform insulation coverage

Ultralight random rip-stop nylon shell is wind and water resistant with high tear strength and abrasion resistance

Lightweight breathable lining


Here’s what other people think.

What’s in a Name?

The Hahns Peak Fire Lookout Tower wasbuilt in 1912, reconstructed in 1942, and last used in the summer of 1946. The foundation was constructed of broken rocks laid into more than 2,000 lbs. of cement that was hauled to the 10,839 ft. summit by packhorses. The original watchers, often teachers who spent their summers working in the tower, were supplied with a cook stove, a mine-set telephone, detailed maps, and an Osborne Fire Finder: Asighting device that uses a flat surface and angled measurements to help lookouts more precisely fix the location of a new fire. The fire lookout lasted only until the 1950's because of frequent lightning strikes. It has since been restored and is now a state historical site.