The Westcomb Women's Cayoosh LT Sweater is a lightweight down jacket for warmth during alpine activity. Pertex Quantum fabric is the lightest available by Pertex and silky to the touch. Packed inside the jacket is 900 fill HutteriteDown for extremely lightweight warmth. The side panels are constructedwith Polartec WindPro so you can breath at your hot spots, that will still block the wind. The Cayoosh LT packs down small, for use as an emergency layer when the temperature drops unexpectedly, or a lightweight mid-layer for all day use.
FEATURES of the Westcomb Women's Cayoosh LT Sweater
Lightest weight down sweater offered by Westcomb
Durable Pertex Quantum outer material
YKK 2-way Vislon with windguard
2 Hand pockets lined in velour to keep your hands warm in the frigid cold
Polartec Stretch panels on the side and underarms for added flexibility and ease of movement
Full zip ease with windguard to shut out wind and rain for added comfort
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Hood, Insulated, Windproof
Backcountry Skiing, Ice and Mixed Climbing, Mountaineering and Alpine
Women's Outerwear & Clothing
32 1/2 - 35"
35 1/2 - 37"
38 - 39 1/2"
41 1/2 - 42"
25 - 26 1/2"
27 1/2 - 29"
30 - 31 1/2"
32 1/2 - 34"
35 1/2 - 37"
37 1/2 - 39"
40 - 41 1/2"
42 1/2 - 44"
WESTCOMB MEASUREMENT GUIDE
How to Measure
To get the most accurate measurement, use a flexible measuring tape and refer to the measuring guide info below.
1. CHEST - Measurement should be taken around the fullest part, just under the arms and across the shoulder blades.
2. WAIST - Measure loosely around waist above or around belly button.
3. HIP - Stand, feet together, and measure around the fullest part of the seat.
4. INSEAM - Measure from crotch to the floor.
5. SLEEVE - With elbow bent, measure from center back of neck to back elbow and down to outside wrist bone.
Rated 4 out of
Cozy, practical, effective, and good-lookin'I got lucky and scooped this up on clearance in, like, July. The one I got is white and slightly translucent -- the down is visible if you look closely. That doesn't detract from its sleek looks and cozy comfort, of course. So far I've worn it around town to feel cozy on cold nights, and I also wore it to summit my first glaciated peak in September (woo!). Size-wise, my measurements are a medium by the size chart, but I bought a small 'cause I wear a small in most everything, and it fits perfectly -- not too baggy and not too snug. I've fit a lightweight merino jacket underneath it no problem, and a lightweight rain shell on top. The Polartec panels underneath the arms and down the sides help keep this jacket unbulky and not sweaty even when I'm exerting myself. The jacket is lightweight and packable -- though it doesn't come a stuff sack or pack into its own pocket or anything cool like that -- and I will carry it on backpacking trips as an insulating layer. Wish it had zip pockets!