Men's Hole in the Wall Jacket

Mid-weight down jacket

Mid-weight down jacket

Utilizing the same innovative materials and systems as our award winning sleeping bags, we have created a line of warm, technical, and insulating jackets that are just as ready for dawn patrol turns as they are for sunset happy hours. With 700 fill power DownTek™ you can add warmth to your jacket quiver without increasing bulk.
$99.98 $199.95
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$99.98 $199.95

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

Features YKK Vislon zippers

Textured zipper pulls are easy to use with gloves

Adjustable drawcord at hem seals out wind

Stealth, no-draft thumb holes make layering easy and eliminate the gap between sleeve and glove

Two zippered hand-warmer pockets with zipper garages

Large interior mesh pockets for extra stash space

Exterior chest pocket doubles as stuff sack

Construction + Materials

700 fill power DownTek™ water repellent down

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?

Hole in Wall Canyon is about 25 miles north of Steamboat next to the Mt. Zirkel Wilderness area and the Elk River. A favorite local spot for climbing, camping, and backcountry skiing, there are five different crags to climb: TR Wall, Shield of Titans, The Needle, Stump Buttress, and Wallmart. The Needle is a classic 5.7+, 2 pitch, trad. climb up a low-angle face to a belay 30 feet under a roof, then climbs up to the roof and traverses right into a steep exposed face to the summit. It is not unusual to spot a moose on the opposing ridge in this amazing alpine setting.