HIMALI Altocumulus Men's Down Jacketsearch

HIMALI Altocumulus Men's Down Jacket

HIMALI Altocumulus Men's Down Jacket

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I like the jacket but for some reason the sleeves are too tight. I can't wear a sweater underneath without feeling that the sleeves are going to rip and also numbness after a while of wearing it. Around the torso the jacket has a lot of room. I think this is a defective jacket.
Does anyone know the warranty on their products or where they're made? I couldn't find anything in the Himali website.
J.in.T
Hi Jeremy, our products are made in some of the world’s leading factories, located in various parts of the world such as China, The United States, and Nepal. Our warranty policy can be found here: https://himalilife.com/pages/frequently-asked-questions
What's the fill weight?
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That's fill power. The OP asked for the fill weight. It would also be nice to know the denier or weight of the fabric. That will help us estimate the warmth of this and how well it compares to other jackets in the same weight class.
Hooded comparisons could be: Montbell Superior Down Parka ($210, 8.1 oz in medium, and 2.5 oz of 800 fill) My Trail Co Hyperlight ($200, 11 oz in medium, and 4.6oz of 850 fill) Marmot Quaser Nova ($275 but often on sale, 10 oz in medium, unknown amount of 800 fill) Himali Altocumulus ($270, 11.6 oz in small, 4 oz of 800 fill)
PStu
@PStu-Thanks for your post!
The fill weight of the jacket is 4 oz and the denier is 20. I hope this helps! We are really excited to bring this brand to the Outdoor Community here at Massdrop!
Looks like a sick deal even without having heard anything about the maker. Hood looks small, not helmet compatible? Nice that it's got some adjustment though.