Moosejaw Men's Mt. Elliott Insulated Waterproof Jacket
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Moosejaw Men's Mt. Elliott Insulated Waterproof Jacket

Moosejaw Men's Mt. Elliott Insulated Waterproof Jacket is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 61.
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Product Description Item No.   10263122

The outer shell of the Mt Elliott Insulated Waterproof Jacket is a 100% seam-sealed 10k/10k waterproof/breathable 2-layer fabric. It’s insulated with 133g in the body and 100g in the arms of PrimaLoft© Silver to keep you warm even on the worst winter days. The hood is removable and insulated, plus we included a balaclava (hidden in interior back neck pocket). The collar is lined with brushed tricot and the comfort cuffs have thumb holes so it can work as a glove liner. Plus we integrated the powder skirt to make this a solid jacket for hitting the slopes or the windy cities (I'm looking at you, Chicago).

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FEATURES of the Moosejaw Men's Mt. Elliott Insulated Waterproof Jacket

  • Face fabric: two layer 10k/10k waterproof/breathable, windproof, and 100% seam taped.
  • Complete with 133gm of PrimaLoft® Silver insulation throughout the body, and 100gm of PrimaLoft® Silver insulation in the sleeves and hood to keep you feeling toasty.
  • Dual zippered chest and hand pockets with brushed tricot lining.
  • Zippered forearm stash pocket great for holding your I.D. or that hottie's phone number.
  • There is a 2-way adjustable and removable hood, so you can decide when and how you'd like to wear it, if at all.
  • Stretch comfort cuffs with thumb hole locks out snow and ice, and locks in warmth.
  • Adjustable integrated powder skirt fists comfortably around your body to prevent snow from going where it doesn't belong.
  • Durable YKK Aquaguard ® center front and hand pocket zippers help to prevent the elements from sneaking in. So sneaky.
  • Two interior mesh pockets to hold your phone, lip balm, or absolutely nothing.
  • Interior zipper pocket with media port to plug in your fav jams and a custom antler bottle opener for those easy nights drinking around the fire.
  • Light weight stretch balaclava included in hidden interior back neck pocket, ready for when you need it.
  • The hem has a slightly dropped tail for better seat coverage so you don't moon anyone when you bend over.
  • Has an interior storm placket for extra weather protection.
  • Articulated fit for a full range of motion without the fabric pulling uncomfortably.
  • Don't worry if you're a tall person. This is available in tall sizes just for you. You're welcome.

- + Product Specifications
Jacket Lining Fabric: 100% Nylon
Jacket Shell Fabric: 100% Polyester
Product Technology: Moosejaw Waterproof, PrimaLoft Silver, RECCO Reflectors
Windproof: Yes
Hood Type: Removable
Fabric Details: 10k/10k waterproof
Insulation Details: 133 g of PrimaLoft Silver
Waterproof: Yes
Weight: 33.6 oz
Type of Waterproofing: Fully seam sealed
Manufacturer Warranty: Lifetime
Exterior Pockets: 5
Internal Pockets: 4
Features: Insulated, Adjustable Cuffs, Adjustable Drawcord Hem, Removable Hood, Drop Back Hem
Gender: Mens
Best Use: Hiking, Trekking, Snowsports
Jacket Length: Hip
Fit Type: Regular Fit
Insulation: Synthetic
Collection: Slope to Lodge
Moosejaw Waterproof Fabric

Moosejaw Waterproof Fabric
Getting soaked on a hike or on the way to work is no fun. Everyone will make fun of you and your tears will only exacerbate the problem. This garment is waterproof and critically seam taped ensuring that water stays off of your awesome body.

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Primaloft Silver

PrimaLoft Silver
PrimaLoft Silver is a high-performance synthetic insulation packed with features. Warmth, softness, water resistance, breathability, packability and light weight.

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RECCO Reflectors

RECCO® Reflectors
The RECCO® Rescue System is two-part technology. Ski resorts and mountain rescue teams carry RECCO® detectors, which send out a search signal. RECCO® reflectors worn by skiers, riders and other outdoors people, bounce back a directional signal that directs the rescuer straight to the reflector. Unlike other technologies, multiple RECCO® reflectors on a person can improve detection.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Technology Has Come A Long Way! I bought this prior to a trip to mammoth to replace ol' fathful, my previous jacket of 10+ years. I had no idea what I was missing out. Not only does the jacket handle single digit temps and wind exceptionally well, but it is extremely mobile and light weight, and never feels "bulky." The large number of pockets are conveniently located and the hood fits perfectly over a snowboarding helmet and serves as an excellent substitution for a face mask. The only thing it lacks, and this wasn't important to me, are ventilation zippers to open on the sides to cool down. Overall awesome product!
Date published: 2016-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great All-around Jacket I think I looked at every winter coat in existence before finally deciding on the Mt. Elliott. I bought it for its features and the price point. I needed a new winter coat in general but was also prepping for a trip. I just returned from a hiking trip at Zion National Park and Grand Canyon National Park. My biggest compliment to the jacket is that I had to keep taking it off because I was so warm! I love all the easy access pockets inside and out. I am about 6' 200lbs, and bought the XL knowing that I wanted to be able to fit layers underneath. Worked out perfect for my purposes. If I was just wearing it on top of a t shirt it might be a bit baggy but realistically in winter I always have another layer in between.
Date published: 2016-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought for fighting the cold NE winters I bought this jacket about 3 months ago with the intent of finding a nice lightweight, waterproof jacket to wear when the inevitable "Nor'Easter" comes rolling around. Wearing a t-shirt I tend to get a little too warm with this on, a testament to its insulation and quality build. Love the easy access pockets and fit. If I had to pick a downside, it would be the lack of vents to allow easy cool downs during periods of exertion while tossing snow. All in all, I love this jacket. For fit, I am 6'2" and around 177 lbs. and purchased the medium long as I wanted a flattering fit without much bulk and I couldn't be happier.
Date published: 2017-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from this jacket is frickin warm This coat is really bad ass. I just got it and am really amazed at how warm it is. It blocks the wind and keeps you dry in the rain/snow mix we are getting in early November here in Northern Michigan. I highly doubt I will be in an avalanche any time soon but it's awesome that this coat has the RECCO technology in it. I have worn military issue cold weather gear and this coat is just as warm as the extreme cold weather coat ( marshmallow jacket ) the army issued me for the mountains in Afghanistan. Bottom line- it's worth every penny.
Date published: 2014-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this jacket! Back in October, I bought this to replace my bulky down jacket for skiing and other cold weather activities. It took until January to have enough cold to really use it. Going skiing when it was about 30 degrees isn't a huge test as far as temps go, but when the freezing drizzle came down, this jacket shined. I never felt the least bit cold or wet, and the included balaclava came in real handy with the cold, wet rain blowing in my face. While I've yet to really put this to the test in more extreme cold, I'm guessing it's gonna rock. The attached bottle opener and tons of pockets are nice, too. I do suggest moving the balaclava from the sneaky pocket behind your neck into one of the front pockets...makes things more comfortable, especially while driving.
Date published: 2016-01-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing! I bought this coat for my husband for Christmas. We don't do much skiing or snowshoeing anymore, but he does spend hours out in the snow plowing our driveway. We live at an elevation of 4500 feet, our nearest neighbor is 3 miles away and we are 4 miles from any plowed maintained roads. This coat has kept him warm and DRY without the bulk that his other coats have. Now to test out the Recco detector! When he doesn't return from plowing and I have to send out search and rescue to look for him in the snow banks or off the cliff we will let you know how it works.
Date published: 2016-01-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Warm winter coat can be perfected I hate to be cold. I bought this coat because my winter coat is perfect for around town, but is a very long and puffy down coat. I was going to be flying for a week to visit my daughter and my coat wouldn't be practical for packing or the airplane. Long story short I got this and it was perfect. This should be 5 stars but with a couple more features it would be perfect. A hip length coat should have a 2 way zipper so you can unzip the very bottom to make it easier to sit down, get your keys or wallet in your pants pockets. It would be nice to have access to pants through pockets in coat to get keys, wallet etc. A bottle opener attached to the coat was a nice surprise though.
Date published: 2017-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely perfect! I am a gear w****e. I use it all too. But I've never had a normal jacket that I could throw on in winter without having to spend a lot of time thhinking about how to layer. This jacket is very warm,stylish and super clever in all of its design elements. Perfect is really the word. Fantastic. I'm 6'2" and 165 lbs with narrow shoulders. I bought the medium tall and again its perfect. Normally I can't use thumbholes but I can on this. Your hand naturally will slide into them when you put it on as well. Very long to cover blazers. nice color I got the blue. Really can't say enough how happy I am. The only improvement would be down but then it's price would shoot up. Cheers. Buy it!!! Don't know about durability but I've only had it two days.
Date published: 2017-01-19
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is this long enough for a 6'3 man?

Asked by: kate
Hey there, Thanks for the question. This coat comes in several sizes. The Medium has a back length of about 29", while the Large has a 39.5" and the Extra Large has a 40" length. While it would depend on your specific torso length, this jacket fits well length-wise on most people around your height who I've had try it on and falls at about hip length.
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-12-03

how heavy is this item? looking for a good coat but not one that is heavy

Asked by: Danette
Hey there, While this coat is not a heavy duty parka, it is designed to be worn in colder conditions and coupled with the tough waterproof outer fabric, the jacket itself is not super light weight. For an all-around jacket is is surprisingly light, though, weighing 33.6 oz and is also easy to move around in without the "puff" you get in other winter and down jackets, thanks to the PrimaLoft Silver insulation, which provides a lot of warmth without a lot of bulk. It would be a good choice if you are looking for a lighter coat that provides warmth and coverage even in the worst weather.
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-12-25

As far as insulation goes and how warm this jacket is, which jacket by patagonia or the north face would it be comparable to? Looking to make sure this jacket will keep me warm through this michigan winter. thanks!

Asked by: DetroitROC
Hiya DetroitROC, thanks for your question! It would be very difficult to compare this jacket to a different brand... but I can tell you it is very warm! It has 133 grams of PrimaLoft Silver insulation and 100gm of PrimaLoft Silver insulation in the sleeves and hood. (Most winter wear has between 60 and 150 grams of insulation.) Plus, the waterproof shell will protect you from the winter elements. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-12-19

What is the center back length of this jacket?

Asked by: Eric
Thanks for the question! Each size has a different center back length. Below are the measurements for each. Hope this helps! Small = 30.5" Medium = 31.5" Medium Tall = 33" Large = 32.5" Large Tall = 34" Extra Large = 33.5" Extra Large Tall = 35" XXL = 34.5" XXL Tall = 36"
Answered by: Foxxy Cleopatra
Date published: 2017-03-08

I recently bought The North Face Men's Thermoball Triclimate Jacket, but I don't think the insulated lining will be warm enough is the Moosejaw Men's Insulated Waterproof jacket warmer? And what type of lining is inside.

Asked by: Chris C
Hiya Chris C, thanks for your question! Warmth is subjective and unique to each person. That said, the Thermoball insulation is designed to trap the heat generated from your body to increase warmth. It is meant to feel light and airy and should keep you warm during winter activities. The Mt. Elliott has a nylon lining with more grams of insulation, so it should feel a bit heavier and warmer. Both jackets will protect you from the winter wind and snow but I think the Mt. Elliot slightly edges out the Thermoball in warmth. If you don't mind the extra weight, give it a try. If you need something lightweight for hiking or snow sports, the Thermoball should be fine. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-12-07

Description says waist length but photo appears hip length? I'm in a wheelchair so too long makes for bulky look. Any other SUPER warm waist coat suggestions?

Asked by: bjack
Hey there, Thanks so much for reaching out to us! Our Moosejaw Mt. Elliot jackets tend to settle on the hips verses the waist. This coat does not have a temperature rating. In fact, most coats do not have temperature ratings. This is for several reasons. Mainly, it's because warmth is a subjective thing, unique to each person. Not only that, but there are other factors that can affect a person's (jacket's) warmth: wind, humidity, activity level, what else your wearing, etc. However, there are still helpful hints you can use to guide you. Best bet will be to check the insulation on jackets of your fave brand(s) :)
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-02-18

roughly how cold (wind chill) can this coat be comfortably worn alone in without any form of heavy middle layer?

Asked by: NewKidNoah
Hey there, Thanks for reaching out to us! Let me show you with what some of our customers have said: - "5 Degrees Outside and I'm OK" -Jill. - "It is so light, I thought it wouldn't be warm enough for -10 degree wind chill. It is plenty warm." -Joe. - "Hit the back bowls at Vail in sub 10 degree weather and was warmer than a pig in a blanket." -Rob. - "This thing works great for everyday use when its freezing outside, camping when its freezing outside, or in the snow. I don't feel cold in this sucker at all." -Joseph. - "I have worn military issue cold weather gear and this coat is just as warm as the extreme cold weather coat (marshmallow jacket) the army issued me for the mountains in Afghanistan." -Dana. Pretty darn cool. Hope this helped you out!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-08-14

Hey, I am 6'4" with a 39" chest and was wondering if a Medium Tall or a Large Tall would fit best? What are the lengths front and back? Thanks!

Asked by: Trent
Hiya Trent, thanks for your question! The Tall Medium measures 29 inches in the front and 35 inches in the back. The Tall Large measures 30 inches in the front and 36 inches in the back. I would recommend the Medium Tall over the Large Tall but it depends on your preference. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Alice in Wanderland
Date published: 2017-01-11
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- + Size Guide

SIZE Small Medium Large X-Large XX-Large Large Tall XL Tall XXL Tall
Chest 36 - 38" 39 - 42" 43 - 45" 46 - 48" 49 - 53" 43 - 45" 46 - 48" 49 - 53"
Waist 29 - 31" 32 - 34" 35 - 37" 38 - 41" 42 - 45" 35 - 37" 38 - 41" 42 - 45"
Hip 35 - 38" 39 - 41" 42 - 44" 45 - 47" 48 - 50" 42 - 44" 45 - 47" 48 - 50"
Sleeve Length 35" 36" 36.5" 37" 38" 38" 38.5" 39.5"

How to Measure

To get the most accurate measurement, use a flexible measuring tape and refer to the measuring guide info below.

CHEST - Measure around your chest, holding the measuring tape under your armpit. Please refrain from flexing for a more accurate measurement. You can flex after.

WAIST - Measure around your waist at the narrowest part. Then multiply it by 1.

HIP - Measure around your hips at the widest part. This is where all your hipness lies.

SLEEVE - With your arms in a slightly bent position, measure from the center of the back of your neck, along the length of your arm, to the wrist. Do it in front of a mirror. Then flex again. Yep, still got it.

Moosejaw Fit Examples
Mike in a Moosejaw Small Scott in a Moosejaw Medium
Height: 5' 8" Weight: 145 lb Height: 5' 10" Weight: 165 lb
Chest: 36.5" Waist: 29" Chest: 36.5" Waist: 34"
Hips: 33" Sleeve Length: 28" Hips: 36" Sleeve Length: 30"
Dempsey in a Moosejaw Large Thunder in a Moosejaw XL
Height: 6' 1" Weight: 190 lb Height: 6' 4" Weight: 205 lb
Chest: 44" Waist: 38" Chest: 45.5" Waist: 39"
Hips: 37.5" Sleeve Length: 32" Hips: 37" Sleeve Length: 31.5"
The gents above are wearing The Moosejaw Mt. Elliott Insulated Waterproof Jacket, which is a Regular Fit style.

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