Eddie Bauer's MicroTherm FreeFuse Hooded Jacket Isn't Your Average Down Jacket

The proprietary FreeFuse construction eliminates cold spots and is more streamlined than traditional down jackets.

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Eddie Bauer

As an icon of American style, we already expect Eddie Bauer to have a fleet of well-crafted garments that span from everyday pieces to hard-wearing, technical gear. The latest generation of Eddie Bauer's MicroTherm® ultralight jacket is a reminder that — even with over a century of history — the brand is constantly innovating. Built with a proprietary FreeFuse™ construction, the technique eliminates the need for additional stitching (which, traditionally speaking, holds the quilted baffles of a conventional down jacket together). This gives Eddie Bauer's outerwear a leg up on the competition, eliminating cold spots, increasing breathability and resulting in an overall lighter-weight jacket (on top of a more streamlined, stylish exterior). Naturally, the innovations don't stop there. We'd be remiss not to call out the jacket's use of nylon-spandex fabric shell — making the piece stretchier and more mobile than your average down jacket. Finished with StormRepel® Super DWR and filled with 800-fill Responsible Down Standard (RDS) down, this is the jacket to pack — whether you're literally climbing a mountain or simply running errands during the holiday season.

Price: $279


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