Hey there, thanks for reaching out to us! So, for the most part, jackets are not temperature rated because there are several factors that affect the temp. This includes wind, humidity, activity level, clothes you may (or may not) be wearing under said jacket....not to mention the fact that warmth is a subjective thing. That is, it's unique to every person. What's warm to me might be freezing to another. BUT, have no fear...while there is no industry standard for measuring the temperature of the jacket, we can still help you out! This jacket has 550 fill goose down (certified to the RDS by Control Union) throughout body and sleeves, not to mention 150 g Heatseeker™ insulation in the side and shoulder panels. That's some sweet insulation! So, while I don't think I'd take the jacket to Antarctica to wait for a bus, it'll be fine for days/nights in the backcountry or out for a city stroll! Hope this helps you out!!
Date published: 2017-11-12