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Adidas Terrex Climaheat Agravic Down Hooded Jacket

Adidas Terrex Climaheat Agravic Down Hooded Jacket

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SpeakerSweets
110 grams
I have one of these and it’s essentially awesome.... if you never move in it. Every time I wear it, I tear it. Shame
SunCityJon
Hey Jon - The fabric is Pertex Quantum GL, its actually the lightest down-proof fabric available: https://www.pertex.com/fabrics/quantum/
How about a sizing chart?
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No sleeve length though...
i_am_a_skier
Unfortunately the sleeve length isn't listed on the vendor's website, nor was it provided to us. I'll see what I can do about getting those measurements for you.
Got it and loved it at first, but the outer material is basically tissue paper when it comes to being ripped or torn. I have around 6-8 holes in the shell after gentle wear, and I don't imagine that growing number will slow down. It's great that it's so warm, but I can't keep the goose down inside the jacket! I think adidas partnered with Tenacious Tape so both companies would make a killing
Cgreene789
Tenacious tape works great - so does aqua seal glue for punctures vs. tears.
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Individual shipments are being prepared now! Our warehouse team received the group's bulk order earlier and have already broken everything down into the individual packages. As soon as your package is scanned into the courier's system an email will be sent with shipping confirmation and tracking info.
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Bulk order shipped! The vendor informed us that the group's order was picked up and is on its way to our warehouse in New Jersey. Based on the tracking provided, the order is scheduled to arrive on 12/13.
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Awaiting confirmation! We are still in contact with the vendor and just awaiting updated shipment estimates from them. We have a call scheduled first thing tomorrow morning and should get a bit more visibility in regards to when we can expect these in our warehouse.
Expect another update from us on 12/12 or sooner if something comes up.
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Hey Massdrop, thanks for supporting this drop. Please help us out with your product reviews once you receive your product.
The Agravic Down Jacket is a Fall/Winter only product so we will be out of stock until until 8/1/17 when we launch 4 new colors. This is the middle-weight of our technical down series. In 2017 we are also introducing an Agravic MICRO-DOWN jacket at 9.3oz (not sure about the fill weight yet, I estimate about 70g of 90/10 hyperdry fill based on the look of the sample). We also have a primaloft jacket that is also fall only: http://adidasoutdoor.com/terrex-ndosphere-flex-hooded-jacket-ii/BSJ72.html?dwvar_BSJ72_color=Utility_Green
Let me know what you are most interested in for next Fall/Winter.
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I'm not familiar with the term "hood controls"? Is this just something that keeps the hood secure to the back of your jacket when its not on your head? Do you have any photos you can share? Thanks!
nicbari
Drawstring around the face of the hood so you can cinch it down tighter around your forehead and/or googles/glasses, and one around the circumference (usually accessed from the rear of the hood) that lets you control how far forward the hood rides so you can get it as low as possible without it flopping into your line of sight. They seem much more common on rainwear now, especially laminates, since I suppose people tend to gripe much louder if they can't adjust their rain hood to keep water out.
Thanks again for joining this drop! We have submitted the group's order with the vendor for the Adidas Terrex Climaheat Agravic Down Hooded Jacket and they are working hard to prepare it for shipment.
As soon as the group's order is ready at the vendor's location, they will send the bulk shipment to our warehouse in New Jersey where our warehouse team will break it up into individual orders and ship them. The current estimated ship date from our warehouse is 12/13.
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This item is selling on the Addidas website for $174.99. Are you matching their price?
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They run long for sure, both in the torso and sleeve lengths.
nicbari
Thanks for letting me know. Definitely glad I didn't order a large then. ;)
how water resistant is this jacket besides the water-repellent down? i believe i read a review about this jacket being great insulating midlayer for dry climate and does poorly in the rain. any feedback on this?
thanks
drinksoy
Quantum GL has a dwr applied to it, but don't count on that to do more than repel mist and snow spray. Extremely light nylon fabric so any heavier moisture or raindrops will wet it out as the nylon absorbs some wet, as will excessive body moisture from the inside...not to mention the stitching, which will always be the achilles heel. Use a light shell over it if you need water protection or go with a WPB fabric down piece instead. The treated down is more of a small insurance against humidity to help it keep loft longer, but don't consider treated down as waterproof by any means. Still have to treat down as the fragile golden fleece that it is.
Have had a chance to try this out, indoors, and, though I'm not in the market for another jacket, was pretty impressed.  It's not super puffy (how much would it cost to add another ounce, and would it be beneficial?) 
Liked the length very much.  Most of the hours I spend wearing a down jacket, I'm in a down quilt sleeping, or trying to.  The long length means the kidneys (lots of blood moving through them, big heat loss potential) are well covered.  Of course, for a given total amount of fill, the longer length means the amount of down per square inch is reduced, which leads to the perception that this jacket just isn't very puffy.  But does that matter?  Maybe the relevant aspect is that more of the body is covered, so less down per square inch of coverage doesn't matter.  Would love to see some research on this.
The tensioning hardware for the hood and waist are very good.  The hood adjustment is excellent, and the neck heat draft collar seems like a great idea.  Trim fit also means it would be easier to seal a quilt around me when the jacket is on.
By comparison, I bought a Brooks range jacket a while back, on sale from REI, for considerably less.  It's quite puffy, heavier, by 3 oz., not as finely thought out, and I'm not sure it's that much warmer.  I think the Adidas would be worth the price difference compared to the Brooks.   One concern might be whether or not the arm pit vent material will get smelly, as some synthetics do. 
$179.99 Adidas is not RAB, nor Mountain Hardware, Montebell or any number of well respected, high quality outdoor gear manufacturers. They are the North Face (maybe!) of outdoor gear and much more of a fashion brand than a brand known for very high end down jackets.
This could very well be a very high quality jacket. However, you have to know your market and your own brand identity. By your logic you should have sold many thousands of these because they are so great, but you didn't and that's why there aren't review after review of this great product that everybody bought for the low, low price of $350. You couldn't sell them here either, at the website well known for last years high end gear bought at a discount because it was still too highly priced.
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If you want to send me one in Medium for testing this winter I'll review it for you and report back. I'll even squat.
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No, but thanks.
Antnee
Ok, if you change your mind you can direct message me on IG @nicbari if you want to give adidas Terrex a chance. In the meantime, keep a lookout for more drops. Happy holidays.
Lol,Adidas overpricing as usual.MSRP should have been about 220$ for this.
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I wish Adidas outdoor website would list the specs like this for all of their down jackets. Things that are important when comparing down jackets include: total weight, fill power, fill weight, outer denier, adjustable hem/hood, and additional features. All of the down jackets are missing the fill weight and denier, and the swift is missing the total weight.
outdoors
I appreciate that - the German's have been contacted and the request has been made to put ALL the specs on our website
Another contender in this weight range is the Montbell Mirage hooded parka, which has fully baffled box construction, adjustable cuffs, 5.3 oz of 900 fill down, & weighs 12.85 oz in medium.  Fit is a bit on the generous side for me, as I rarely wear a thick layer under it.  Price is higher, AFAIK.  Box construction has the potential to be warmer, as there are no sewn through seams -- unless the down settles in the box, leaving a void above it. Most of the reviews I've read on line describe how well the Agravic performs in fairly active situations -- skiing, climbing -- but in those situations almost anything will keep you warm, if it blocks the wind and you have a wool layer under it.  The real test of a jacket is how warm it keeps you at the end of the day, tired and motionless in a freezing campsite.
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Actually, both!!!
swimjay
Awesome - please let the community know what you think! We have the agravic down returning in Fall 17
Is there a sizing chart anywhere?
Ok - so I finally got the word in from Germany and tried to reply with this info in the threads where it was brought up, here it is for everyone at the top of the thread: - The agravic down jacket from adidas Terrex has 120g of 800 fill power 90/10 RDS Goose Down (vs 79g Mountain Hardware GW fill weight). Some if the added fill power can be attributed to the hood and the longer length. - In addition, our RDS down also has a pfc free water-repellant treatment (Dry down by Hyperdry)
nicbari
Interesting. As I look at it, this is a 1.44 oz increase in down and a 3.3 oz increase in total weight. 52% more down and 44% more total weight. That's impressive to the point of being almost hard to process, especially given the cuff material and the added chest pocket. Do they say what material the inside and outside are made of? One of the issues with the GW is that it uses very delicate material - some people even consider this to be pushing the limit of what's reasonable for outdoor use.
nicbari
Old Skool, the fabric on the Agravic is Pertex Quantum GL (7d inner & outer) which has the highest strength to weight ratio of all pertex fabrics - it is also soft to the touch . It's quite expensive material which is another reason this jacket retails higher than the GW (which I still think is a poor comparison to this product). This piece is more comparable to the Zero G from RAB which also uses Pertex Quantum, RDS, has a hood, uses 130g fill power, etc. If you compare these pieces, I think the Adidas Agravic will make a lot more sense. Given the Agravic is also using treated water repellent down, $350 msrp is really an incredible value.
A discerning lot we are.
This would have sold if it were $179.99.
maybe
Update: I still cannot find the fill weight. I am sorry for the delay.
The jacket looks promising, but would need to know actual weight of down fill to know how it stacks up to other competitors. As mentioned, the Ghost Whisperer has high loft and good fill weight to total weight ratio. The best option would be to take the Ghost Whisperer base weight, and add another 2oz of down for a jacket that could take you to much colder temps without any significant weight add. Considering this one has a hood and pockets and other features, I'm guessing a lot of the weight is jacket, not fill...
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It definitely is a nice piece. I was quite surprised even though I know Adidas is always very good quality and they have some hidden gems suitable for backpacking here and there.
old_skool
Finally got the word in from Germany: - 120g of 800 fill power 90/10 RDS Goose Down (vs 79g Mountain Hardware GW fill weight) - Our RDS down also has a pfc free water-repellant treatment (Dry down by Hyperdry)
Hmmmm. Looks ok, but I have a hard time with thinking this is of the same quality as say a Ghost Whisperer price wise, etc.
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Is there any way for me to still get a jacket? I emailed adidas outdoors and they said they weren't restocking on their website, but here I see a massdrop being completed for the same jacket!
yanman23
YanMan - Check RIGHT NOW. We just released the reserved units from the massdrop sale onto our website. There aren't many available to begin with so check today.