Outer: 100% bluesign® ripstop nylon with DWR coating
Spot clean recommended. When necessary, machine wash delicate with gentle detergent, hang dry.
With a long-lasting insulation that keeps its warmth even when wet, six pockets for gloves, headphones, passports, and more, and an internal stuff pocket that instantly turns the jacket into an on-the-go travel pillow, the Coalatree Camper Hooded Jacket is the perfect layer for all your travel and outdoor adventures.
DuPont Comfort Max Fiberfill is a perfect multi-layer padding for low temperatures, resistance up to -20 º.
Manufactured using the latest technology of carding, provides 4-5 times more insulation than other similar fibers. Each layer of fiberfill weighs a mere 5-10g/sqm which provides a multi-layer real structure with superior performance. Recommended for high-performance equipment both outerwear and sleeping bags.
The title says it all. Can't wait to test it out for real in the Coeur d'Alene National Forest.
I got this jacket through the kickstarter in 2018? and can't speak highly enough (I'd previously backed the blanket too which is awesome also but it got stolen!) the jacket has got me through British winters, and its my go to jacket. I can wear it in - 5c with just a t shirt and it's very warm. I've worn it hiking in the Peak District in 80mph winds being battered by rain at the same time and its windproof and waterproof. It also dries out very quickly. I'm considering buying another one in a different colour because I love it so much. It has a great amount of pockets so I can get away with taking a rucksack out too for the day and the wrist straps help keeping the wind out. I've even packed it and used it as a pillow on the plane ✈️✌️
When I first saw the Camper jacket in an advertisement on Instagram it appeared that it was the jacket I was looking for. I have a Patagonia Nano Puff but it is not warm enough in a variety of conditions. The micro puff is pretty expensive and definitely more than the Camper, so I was excited to order one and see for myself. Since receiving the jacket the weather where I live has been a perfect proving ground for the Camper. We have had temperatures from 40 degrees - 60 degrees with many cloudy and rainy days. This jacket has lived up to the advertised standards 100%. The other thing that I like about it is the fit. I always have trouble finding a good fitting jacket. I am 6’5” tall and weigh 235lbs. with wider shoulders. The XL fits me perfect. If you are looking for an excellent, functional, lightweight, warm, jacket that works well in a variety of conditions then the Camper is perfect!
Great quality. Love the jacket! Its soooo light weight but yet so warm.
I suddenly wish winter was longer. That's how amazing this jacket is. It's ridiculously comfortable, bears the elements well, and packs into a tiny, light pillow. It's amazing. I inherited a couple really nice jackets from other brands from my older brother, but I've put all of those into storage now in favor of this one (and we're talking high-end, $2-300 jackets). The hood is just the right depth and doesn't feel like it's weighing down my head; the pockets are perfectly positioned; the inside 'glove' pocket works well; the fabric is smooth and soft; the sleeves are long enough that I almost don't need gloves... I could go on and on. And I love that it packs into the inner pocket before I put it in my pack if things warm up too much--it's not bulky.
For fitting comparison, I'm 6' 1" and 165 lbs, long and lanky. I got the large but could probably have fit a medium. For once, the sleeve length is long enough for me without being like a parachute in the torso. It's a bit looser than I need in the chest, but I figure the large lets me layer underneath without constricting myself, and the elastic drawstring along the bottom edge lets me tighten things up to keep warm if I'm not layering underneath. If I were buying over again, it would be a coin toss for which size I chose (M or L), but there's no question that I'd buy one size or the other!