Water repellant down

Mojave Down Jacket

Mojave Down Jacket
Butterscotch Dk Blue Red Black
Market price: $299.95
It’s not always warm and sunny on our adventures. This is why we created our warmest down jacket the Mojave. The Mojave uses 800+ fill down that has been treated with DownTek™ technology. This nano technology creates a down fill that is water repellant with additional anti-microbial and anti-bacterial protection for long term durability DownTek™ help increase your protection from bad weather as well as our own body moisture while being active in the backcountry.

  • DownTek™
  • 800+ Fill power
  • Fill Weight: 6oz medium
  • Total weight: 16oz medium
  • Pertex Quantum fabric
  • Attached hood
  • Baffled chest construction
  • Zipper chin guard
  • Low bulk cuffs
  • Rise Free arm construction

  • Shell: Pertex Quantum Ripstop
  • Lining: 20d Nylon
  • Insulation: 800+ Goose Down
  • DownTek technology
  • Fill Weight: 6oz medium
  • Total weight: 16oz medium
  • Baffled chest construction
  • Attached hood
  • Zipper chin guard
  • Low bulk cuffs
  • Rise Free arm construction

Garment Size
Small Medium Large X-Large
A: Neck
14 – 14½"
(35.5 – 37 cm)
15 – 15½"
(38 – 39.4 cm)
16 – 16½"
(40.6 – 42 cm)
17 – 17½"
(43 – 44.5 cm)
B: Chest
36 — 38"
(91 — 97 cm)
39 — 41"
(99–104 cm)
42 — 45"
(106–114 cm)
46 — 48"
(117–122 cm)
C: Sleeve
(82.6 cm)
(85 cm)
(87.6 cm)
(90 cm)


Made in China.

DownTek Demo

Customer Reviews

  • Author: Lewis Rogers
    Neither as light or as puffy as my old GoLite Bitteroot, but the closest thing I've been able to find to it. On the plus side, the hood is adjustable, which is awesome, and I won't hate having dridown. In my view the waist drawcord is overkill and could be simple elastic, and the elastic zipper pulls have got to go. A great improvement would be a larger interior pocket with two-way zip that doubles as a storage pouch. Also makes the jacket into a great travel pillow (the GoLite had this feature). The medium fits quite well in the body for me (5'11" 170lbs, fit climber) but would not layer over a jacket well. The sleeves are a touch short, but a size large would swamp me unless I was wearing a jacket under it, belay layering style. The Velcro sleeve cuffs do not layer well with other Velcro sleeve cuffs. Love the handwarmer pockets, the LACK of chin fleece (which collects snow and freezes) and zipper garage. Good start, needs a little work yet. Very active Alaska user.
  • Author: Charlie Barrett
    The best Down jacket I have ever warn.
  • Author: Béla G. Vadasz
    Looks great! Excellent work you guys!
  • Author: Jonathan Shefftz
    My size Small just arrived – I will not have a chance to wear it in truly cold weather for awhile, but sure seems like the perfect jacket!
    Weight is 14.1 ounces, with proportions that match up very nicely with the sizing chart. (I have a Medium in the Alpini, since I was told that ran a little short, and that by contrast the Mojave is a little bigger. This matches up with their relative fits, as my Medium Alpini is larger than my Mojave Small, but more like a half-size differential.)
    Hood is designed very well to fit over a helmet, yet still able to snug down for helmet-less use around camp or inside a sleeping bag. Weight is even more impressive given that the features include a full-length zipper, two outside zippered pockets with fleece lining, an inside zippered storage pocket, velcro cuff adjusters, bungee hood tighteners, and a velcro tab at the back of the hood. (Just remember that you need to supply your stuff sack.)
    The relative warmths of jackets are always difficult to quantify, but it clearly has an exceedingly high fill weight as a percentage of total garment weight, and with the water-resistant down, it’s pretty much off the charts in comparison to synthetic fill jackets.

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