Mammut Ambler Hooded Jacket

Priced: $230.97 - $329.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Mammut Ambler Hooded Jacket
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Campsaver.com $230.97
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Campmor $279.98
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Backcountry.com $328.95
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Mammut Ambler Hooded Down Jacket for Men Features.

Mammut Ambler Hooded Down Jacket for Men.
The Mammut Ambler Hooded Down Jacket for Men is a goose down expedition jacket that is designed for extreme use in high-alpine mountains. Head into cold, unforgiving mountain environments armed with the compressible, insanely warm protection of the Mammut Men s Jacket. It is stuffed with lightweight, high-lofting 800-fill goose down, the Ambler packs huge heat for stormy days at base camp, on frigid belays, and any other time where a loss of core warmth equals game over. The Ambler has tons of pockets for organization while you're crushing it. To keep the elements out, use the adjustable waist and hood, and you'll further feel the warmth of the high-loft down. As you wear this jacket hard, you'll appreciate the reinforced shoulders as well as the bomber Pertex Microlight face material that's lightweight yet durable. The Mammut Ambler Hooded Down Jacket for Men lets you conquer the extreme cold comfortably.

Key Features.

Fabric:

  • Reinforcement material on the shoulders
  • Water-resistant outer material
  • Baffled construction eliminates cold spots
  • 100% polyester outer shell with water repellent coating, 100% polyester lining
  • Chin guard out of soft micro fleece

Insulation:

  • Contains non-textile parts of animal origin (down or leather)
  • Filled with 300 g 90/10 goose down with 800 cuin fill power
  • Attached, adjustable insulated hood
  • Excellent insulation

Weather and Wind:

  • Wind and water resistant

Zippers:

  • Double zipper.
  • 2 large Powermesh internal pockets - one with elastic opening, one zippered

Pockets:

  • 2 side pockets, 1 chest pocket
  • Internal napoleon pocket with Velcro closure

Features:

  • Adjustable waist with drawstring
  • Pertex Microlight shell
  • Compresses for ease of packing
Backcountry.com

Head into cold, unforgiving mountain environments armed with the compressible, insanely warm protection of the Mammut Men’s Ambler Hooded Down Jacket. Stuffed with lightweight, high-lofting 800-fill goose down, the Ambler packs huge heat for stormy days at basecamp, on frigid belays, and any other time where a loss of core warmth equals game over. The baffled construction eliminates cold spots, and the internal mesh pockets keep your water bottles from freezing. As you wear this jacket hard, you'll appreciate the reinforced shoulders as well as the bomber Pertex Microlight face material that's lightweight yet durable. The Ambler has tons of pockets for organization while you're crushing it. To keep the elements out, use the adjustable waist and hood, and you'll further feel the warmth of the high-loft down.


Gearx

The Mammut Ambler is an outstanding value in the "big puffy" category, offering expedition-level warmth at a price that is half that of some other expedition parkas. The price doesn't mean it's cheap, though: it's still filled with 300 grams of high-quality 750-fill goose down, and the construction quality is above reproach: the sleeves are outstandingly well-insulated, the shoulders and seat are reinforced for additional durability, and the hood is well-shaped to fit over a climbing helmet and surround your head with delightful warmth.


To put things in perspective, most Everest-grade expedition parkas are filled with 400-500 grams of down and cost $600-800; the Ambler fills the niche just below that, with 300 grams of down and a price point of $330. It's well suited for everything from 6000m peaks to New England winters. 

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Campsaver.com

The Mammut Ambler Hooded Jacket is a goose down expedition jacket is designed for extreme use in high-alpine mountains. The box construction and the soft outer material results into a low packing volume. Extraordinary heat retention make it the perfect companion in extremely cold conditions.


Campmor
Mammut's warmest jacket lets you conquer the cold with 900-fill power down. Large internal pockets keep your water bottle from freezing. Whether at basecamp, on cold belays, or out on expedition, the Ambler is the right choice for critical warmth in extreme cold conditions. Nice price too!
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Clothing Fit:Regular Fit
Hood:Yes
Insulation:800 Fill Goose Down
Insulation Type:Down
Material:Composition 1: Outer Material (100% Polyamide); Composition 2: Outer Material (100% Down); Composition 3: Outer Material (100% Polyester)
Pockets:2 Side Pockets, 1 Chest Pocket, 2 Powermesh Inner Pockets
Weight:3 lb 1 oz / 1040 g
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Mammut Ambler Hooded Jacket Reviews:

Reviews:

Super puffy down jacket. Very warm. The fit is true to size, but intended for layering. I purchased this jacket to wear as a belay coat on winter ice climbing trips in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and Northern Ontario, where the low is often between -10� and -20�F. I also carried it instead of a sleeping bag on summer alpine ascents in the North Cascades and Tetons. It is a very durable jacket too. Many times I have thought I snagged it (rock, tree branches, ski edges, ice tools, etc.), but have found no tears yet. There are a couple stains / sticky spots from stuffing it into my pack with used GU wrappers though.

Jack Frost at Backcountry.com on 12/20/2013

This is a super warm puffy at a great price. Stream-lined design, all the features you need, none you dont. Lightweight, compressable and so warm. Having climbed Everest a couple times, this is a jacket I would wear on summit day. Slightly oversized to fit over your layers.

Dave Watson at Backcountry.com on 10/22/2013