The Outdoor Research Baja Pullover is a warm, stylish, hooded jacket with a kangaroo pocket, quarter-length front zipper and left side zip for easy on/off access.
Outdoor Research says:
Outdoor adventures are all about having fun, so it's about time you start looking like it. The Down Baja Pullover is our homage towards sunny beaches and bluebird skies, even if you're stuck in a shiver bivy at 10,000 feet. A kangaroo pocket, quarter front zipper, and left side zip for easy on and off add utilitarian details that accentuate the Down Baja's head-turning colors and spiffy style. It even packs into its own internal chest pocket for an instant, compact stuff sack you can cart around anywhere. Packed with the same trustworthy 800-fill responsibly sourced down insulation you'll find in technical jackets, but with design features that scream "Party Pullover," this piece is sure to sit at the top of your gear-grab pile.
The Outdoor Research Down Baja Pullover is an ideal jacket for backpacking trips when your cooking meals in cool spring or autumn weather instead of carrying a heavier hooded down jacket. It's filled with 800-fill responsibly sourced down insulation which maintains a high warmth to weight ratio. By no means is this one of the warmest jackets we stock, instead it's designed to be a quick-pull-on insulation layer for when you start to feel the chill.
Feature-wise the hood is adjustable with elastic drawcords to seal the edges of the jacket around your face. It doesn’t have a rear volume adjuster but the drawcord is sufficient to seal out the cold. Instead of side pockets, the Baja has a large, kangaroo-style, fleece lined pouch that you can stick you hands in to warm up. It also has an interior chest pocket which doubles as a stuff sack for quick and easy storage.
There's a zipper on the left hand side of the jacket, that makes it easier to put on and take off. You can also use it to vent your torso if you get too warm. All in all, the Baja adds practicality, comfort, and a burst of style to your outdoor adventures.
- Reviewed by BasecampGear
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