Outer Wear

8.1
Uniqlo Ultra Light Down Jacket Review

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Ultra Light Down Jacket by Uniqlo

The Uniqlo Ultra Light Down Jacket is lightweight, compressible, and stylish. Plus, it comes in significantly cheaper than its costlier competitors.

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7.6
Montbell Plasma 1000 Down Jacket Review

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Plasma 1000 Down Jacket by Montbell

The Montbell Plasma 1000 is pushing the limits on jacket tech. With one of the best warmth to weight ratios around, we love it—we just wish it had pockets.

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8.5
Arc'teryx Beta SL Rain Jacket Review

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Beta SL Jacket by Arc'teryx

Light, compact, waterproof, and stylish – The Arc’teryx Beta SL Jacket is the ideal companion for the traveler who wants to stay dry and still pack light.

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8.5
Patagonia Micro Puff Hoody

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Micro Puff by Patagonia

The Patagonia Micro Puff is an ultralight jacket that is incredibly packable and has one of the best warmth to weight ratios we’ve seen.

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8.1
Outdoor Research Helium II Jacket Review

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Helium II Jacket by Outdoor Research

The Outdoor Research Helium II is one of lightest rain jackets available, packing down into the size of your fist. Plus, it’ll keep you as dry as a desert.

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6.9
MEC Uplink Jacket Review

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Uplink Jacket by MEC

MEC had adventure in mind when they designed their Uplink series. This lightweight & durable mid-layer jacket packs down small and keeps you nice & toasty.

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9.1
BUFF USA Lightweight Merino Wool Buff

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Wool Buff by Buff USA

Whether you’re traveling in the desert or staying warm on a cold winter’s evening, this one piece of merino wool headwear from Buff USA will rule them all.

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8.8
Patagonia Nano Puff Review

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Nano Puff by Patagonia

A deceptively light jacket that keeps you super warm for the weight that it is—the Patagonia Nano Puff stows away easily when not in use—ultralight.

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7.8
Patagonia Alpine Houdini Review

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Alpine Houdini by Patagonia

An ultralight rain jacket that compresses neatly down into roughly the size of a soda can, the Alpine Houdini keeps you dry but also a little toasty.

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