Men's Freighter Jacket

Base Camp Down Collection

Hang out slopeside or out on the town, the hybrid insulated Freighter Jacket provides function and mobility with reliable insulation to provide all over warmth in cold weather conditions. Insanely warm yet low profile recycled insulation ensure reliable, all-over warmth for the best winter days and worst cold-weather nights. When durability and moisture management is important, you’ll have the mobility to get after it, whether chopping wood or out on the town.
$139.98 to $181.97 $279.95
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$139.98 to $181.97 $279.95

Specs + Sizing


Relaxed fit for comfortable layering.

Hybrid insulation solution provides loft and warmth through the core, while eliminating excess bulk.

Insulated hand pockets and exterior zip pockets. Features an external stash pocket.

Dropped neckline provides ample room for scarves and layering. 

Internal draw cords allows for easy hood adjustment and sleek exterior aesthetic.

YKK Vislon zippers with textured zipper pulls for ease of use with gloves. Front zipper flap adds extra weather proofing in inclement conditions.

Construction + Materials

Size Medium Weight: 1lb 6oz / 624g

Shell: bluesign® certified 30D 100% nylon rip-stop, PFOA and PFOS free water-repellent chemistry

Lining: GRS certified 20D 100% post-consumer recycled polyester taffeta, PFOA and PFOS free water-repellent finish

Insulation: 600 FP DownTek™ repels water while maintaining insulating value - RDS certified, bluesign® certified, PFC free water repellent chemistry. FireLine™ ECO Synthetic Insulation - 100% post-consumer recycled polyester

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What’s in a Name?

Supplying goods to remote areas has always been a challenge, especially in the days when covered wagons, a.k.a. stagecoaches, were the primary means of wheeled travel in the mountains. Since the nearest railroad only reached Wolcott some 75 miles south, heavily loaded “freighters” would bring goods into Steamboat Springs to supply the town with materials needed to grow. It was thanks to these freight wagons that Steamboat Springs saw it’s first era of significant growth.