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Sub Zero SL
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Sub Zero SL


Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Sub Zero SL

Manufacturer: Mountain Hardwear

Your Opinion: 
 - 4 Votes


Page By: cluck

Created/Edited: Jan 21, 2003 / Jan 21, 2003

Object ID: 631

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  • Inset reinforcements at abrasion areas

  • Stuff sack included

  • Adjustable Velcro┬« cuffs

  • Zip chest pocket

  • 650-fill down insulated

  • Baffle construction

  • Conduit SL - waterproof and breathable

  • Detachable down hood

  • Fleece lined pockets

  • One handed hood and hem draw cords

  • Interior water bottle pocket

  • Interior zip pocket


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cluckUntitled Review

Voted 4/5

Great jacket. This thing is super warm, lightweight, and compresses down to about the size of a football (American football, that is). The Conduit SL laminate sheds water suprisingly well. However, the down will tend to clump if you stuff it back into its stuff sack after a day in a snowstorm.
Posted Jan 21, 2003 12:10 pm

IdahoClimberUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

I love this coat! Found the conduit SL to be very protective aganist moisture.

Nice stuff sack allows you to take it along whenever you think you might need it.

Fleece lined pockets make it even better. The water bottle holder on the inside allows you to warm your core quite easily.
Posted Dec 10, 2003 4:28 pm

PCHoranUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

This jacket feels great when you are wearing it. The hood cradles your head nicely.I have had the SubZero SL for more than two years and have used it in a variety of conditions. It is exceptionally warm down to roughly zero degrees--even with a moderate breeze. Like all Mountain Hardwear products it is beautifully made. In a true rain, I always wear a shell (call me superstitious) but in snow (powder or the heavy wet stuff) the Conduit SL shell has kept me, and more importantly the down, dry.
Posted Mar 24, 2004 4:02 pm

AlikaGreat Jackett

Hasn't voted

Found it on closeout and it was a great bargain, good hood design and generally very warm. Could be a bit longer cut, but otherwise great.
Posted Mar 9, 2010 12:39 pm

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