Specs + Sizing
FeaturesConstructed with bluesign® certified materials including: shell fabric, lining, and PFC free insulated DownTek™ down
Athletic fit with minimalist offset quilting that allows down to expand to its fullest while using less stitching than traditional quilt lines, to create a high warmth-to-weight ratio
Performs as a mid-layer and outer-layer, featuring 850 FP DownTek™ water-repellent down, our premium fill power for increased thermal efficiency and maximum warmth
Super packable down pullover constructed with ultralight materials including UL snaps that eliminate the need for a full zipper
Discreet storage in front insulated kangaroo pocket keeps hands toasty warm while bonus interior stash pocket protects additional items like your phone and doubles as a stuff sack for the pullover
Minimalist cuffs fit comfortably close to body with self-adjusting, lightweight elastic stitching
Keeps the elements out while sealing in body heat with discreet hem adjustment drawcord
Construction + MaterialsSize Medium Weight: 7oz / 198g
Shell: bluesign® certified 12D 100% nylon rip-stop, PFOA and PFOS free water-repellent chemistry
Lining: bluesign® certified 12D 100% nylon rip-stop, PFOA and PFOS free water-repellent chemistry
Insulation: 850 FP DownTek™ repels water while maintaining insulating value - RDS certified, bluesign® certified PFC free water-repellent chemistry
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What’s in a Name?
Danvers Creek was a small creek that ran through the Herold Ranch, in the Pleasant Valley area near present-day Lake Catamount. In the 1970’s, when Colorado was competing to host the Olympics, they dammed the Yampa River to create the 530-acre reservoir that we know as Lake Catamount. The private reservoir is one of the first sights you will see while descending Rabbit Ears Pass on your way into the beautiful Yampa Valley.