Macpac Uber Light Down Coat - Women's
NZ$249.99 NZ$125.00 NZ$120.00
Why we made this
A long down coat for winter layering — light, warm and versatile.
A down coat true to its name – this Uber Light coat provides lightweight warmth without the bulk. Designed to be a versatile mid or outer layer, depending on the season, this jacket features 650 loft RDS duck down for cosy warmth. The down is certified by the Responsible Down Standard for the humane treatment of animals, because we’re passionate about supporting animal welfare. The lightweight nylon shell features a WR finish to help repel moisture, while the elastic bound hem, hood and cuffs help to trap heat inside the jacket. A regular fit, the Uber is perfect for layering up this season.
Lightweight, long down coat
Narrow baffle lines
Two zippered hand pockets
Elastic bound hems help to trap heat against your body
Separate stuff sack included
Outer Fabric 100% Nylon Taffeta Outer Fabric Weight (g/m2) 36 Inner Fabric 100% Nylon Taffeta Inner Fabric Weight (g/m2) 36 Fill Type 90/10 Duck Down Fill Power (cuin) 650 Fill Weight (g) 108 (Size 10) DWR WR Weight (g) 300 (Size 10)
Wash only as necessary
Warm hand wash in non-detergent pure soap or Nikwax Down Wash®
Handle with care when wet
Rinse well by gently kneading the down
Do not bleach
Do not use fabric softener
Dry flat in shade initially, then tumble dry on low heat several times to separate the clumps of down
Do not dryclean
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How long is this coat?
BEST ANSWER: Hello Robyn. Inseam length (underarm -> hem) = 62cm, total length (top of shoulder -> hemline) 87cm. These numbers are from a women's size 12 and vary up or down respectively with other sizes. We hope this helps. Thanks.
Is it with water repellent treatment (to repel light rain)?
BEST ANSWER: Hello Patty, unfortunately this down garment does not have the DWR treatment that makes the jacket water resistant. However the supernova jacket has the DWR treatment that repels rain, have a look and see if this jacket is something you would be interested in. Cheers :)