Women's Luna Jacket

Superlight Down Collection

The superlight down Luna Jacket is a Big Agnes fan favorite. The vertical baffles compliment all shapes and the regular fit gives you room to move freely and layer underneath. Stash the jacket in your ski touring pack or cold weather camping kit, this down layer will be a necessary part of your winter wardrobe for a long time.
$134.98 to $175.47 $269.95
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$134.98 to $175.47 $269.95

Specs + Sizing


Regular fit with body mapped vertical and horizontal quilting, ensures down stays close to the body allowing for excellent thermal efficiency, while preventing down from shifting. 

Ample pockets. Chest pocket doubles as a stuff sack. 

Covert adjustable draw-cords found on the hood and hem keeps the elements out while sealing in body heat.

Hood visor adds weather proofing and increased visibility. 

YKK Vislon® zippers with textured zipper pulls for ease of use. 

Stealth, no-draft thumb holes insulate hands while eliminating the gap between sleeve and glove.

Construction + Materials

Size Medium Weight: 15oz / 425g

Shell: bluesign® certified, GRS certified 20D 100% post-industrial recycled 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: 700 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?

Luna Lake, a beautiful alpine lake complete with a white-sand beach, is a local’s-favorite destination. The trail passes by many lakes on your way, each with outstanding fishing that make an anglers’ backcountry dreams come true. From the lake itself you can view Mt. Ethel and the Continental Divide.