M Moonstone Cirrus Ultralight Jacket REVIEW
by Jay Ham
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Article Summary:The 12.7-ounce (360 gram) Moonstone Cirrus Jacket uses a 15 denier high-tenacity ripstop fabric for the shell and lining, along with Dupont Thermolite Micro insulation. The Moonstone Cirrus Jacket has a light shell and a higher lofting 2.4 oz/yd2 insulation, versus the 1.8 oz/yd2 insulation used in many other ultralight jackets. As such, it maintains a loft/weight performance similar to minimalist jackets while retaining features like pockets and a full zipper. With a good DWR and thick insulation, the Moonstone Cirrus Jacket performs well under the worst climatic conditions. The Moonstone Cirrus Jacket Review addresses detailed specifications, warmth, storm resistance, usability, fit, value, and recommendations for improvement.
- In Brief
- Garment Style
- Fabric Description
- Insulation Description
- Other Features
- Model Year
- STORM RESISTANCE
- RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT
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