Zero Jacket


Zero Jacket
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Zero Jacket
Manufacturer Outdoor Research
Page By Dow Williams
Page Type Nov 3, 2005 / May 3, 2007
Object ID 1468
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OR Zero Jacket
Endure frigid belays and chilling snowfall; PrimaLoft® One provides warmth in cold and wet conditions. Insulation is thicker in the torso and lighter in the sleeves and hood for efficient warm air retention. The compressible 30D ripstop polyester shell has a DWR finish to help the Zero shed light rain and snowfall. The fully shaped hood is cut to fit comfortably over a helmet, allowing a full range of movement. The double-separating front zipper can be opened from the bottom to access your harness. Handwarmer pockets, lined with brushed tricot, offer a respite from chilling temperatures.

Avg. weight: 22.8 oz./646 g (size L)

Colors: Black Marine Deep Green
Sizes: S, M, L, XL



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Dow Williams - Nov 3, 2005 12:01 pm - Voted 5/5

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I get OR at cost so did not shop around, but sure you can do better at one of SP's sponsors than suggested retail. I have several primaloft insulated middle layers. I have to layer due to athletic endeavors, never wear a big jacket, and this layer does it all. First I have seen to come with a hood which makes for bomber in serious weather. The cuffs are more technical and sure fitted than most. The chest pocket is the only pocket you need on a middle layer, so smart there as well. I wear a small in this vs medium in most other jackets. Hell of a product.

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