Extreme cold performanceA high-performance expedition-weight 800 fill power down belay puffy with outstanding insulation capabilities. Designed to be worn over all other layers it will keep out the cold even during the harshest alpine conditions. It is ultra-lofty, ultra-warm and ultra-packable.
Why we made it
- Extremely warm parka for high alpine terrain.
- 800 fill power down provides outstanding insulation performance.
- Ultra-packable with included compression bag.
Super warm, expedition-weight down parka with outstanding insulation capabilities, designed for extremely cold conditions. Made to fit it over your other layers when inactive, at the top, at the belay, or in the bivouac — it can also be worn as a stand-alone insulation garment.
The 800 fill power platinum down we use is of the highest quality available. It can be compressed to a minimal package, and lofts almost immediately when unpacked. The down is also treated for water resistance which makes it more durable, while keeping you warm and dry even in the wet.
The shell material is a Japanese ultra-lightweight DWR-treated 34 g/m2 ripstop nylon that is so thin, you can distinguish the actual down clusters through the fabric. At just 660 grams (size M) it is lightweight and ultra-packable. For longer excursions a compression bag is included.
800 fill power goose down insulation that is fluorocarbon free, RDS-certified, bluesign-certified, allergen-free, 100% recyclable and completely sourcetrack verifiable.
Ultralight DWR-treated outer fabric that is wind and water resistant.
Oversized hood to fit over both shell hood and helmet.
Two-way front zipper for access to harness and belay loop.
Two large chest pockets and two large hand pockets insulated on the outside and fleece-lined on the inside, keeping hands and smart-phones protected and warm.
Oversized fit with extended back piece.
Full technical details
Main fabric: Ultralight rip-stop – 100% nylon. 34g/sqm.
Main fabric denier: 10D * 20D. (This is a woven fabric in which the warp and weft have different denier numbers.)
Lining fabric: See ”main fabric”.
Insulation: 800 fill power goose down.
Down fill weight: Men’s S 240 g, M 251 g, L 264 g, XL 277 g, XXL 289 g. Women’s S 249 g, M 267 g, L 285 g, XL 303 g.
Waterproofness: PFC-free DWR-treated rip-stop (main fabric). Water-resistant goose down.
Breathability: Low. This is not a garment for high-pulse activities. The extremely lightweight main fabric is very tightly woven to not let out any down through the fibers. This leads to poor breathability but excellent insulation.
Garment weight: Men’s S 633 g, M 660 g, L 695 g, XL 710 g, XXL 738 g. Women’s L 668 g, XL 738 g.
Center back length: Men’s S 78 cm, M 80 cm, L 82 cm, XL 84.5 cm, XXL 87 cm. Women’s S 77.5 cm, M 80 cm, L 82.5 cm, XL 85 cm.
Hood/collar: Fixed hood adjustable at front.
Pockets: Two zipped chest pockets, two zipped and fleece lined hand pockets, one zipped inner pocket and one mesh inner pocket.
Zippers: YKK zippers.
Sleeves and cuffs: Elastic cuffs adjustable with velcro.
Bottom hem: Bottom hem adjustable with elastic drawstring. Extended back.
Extra features: Stow bag included. Extra wide front flap for wind protection.
Note: Colors will differ slightly between different materials. The Stellar Shell Jacket will match the Stellar Shell Pant perfectly, but the Guide Shell Pant might not, because of differences in fabric texture and luminance. Contact customer service if you need advice.
Shipping & Delivery
We ship every working day, and always do our very best to deliver your order within the timeframes listed. All orders placed before 12:00 (Monday-Friday) will be shipped the same day. Orders placed during weekends or holidays will be shipped the following work day (excluding public holidays). As soon as your order has left our warehouse, you will receive an email with the tracking number.
Wash & Care
Hand wash or cold water wash. Do not use fabric softner.
After wash, tumble dry the jacket on low temperature until the jacket is dry. Make sure to close all pockets and the front zipper. Place a couple of tennis balls in the dryer – this will make the down distributed evenly within the jacket.