With its rounded shape and baffle construction, the Tindur down jacket takes two days to sew, and creates the feeling of a warm bubble of air around you, heating quickly as you move. Originally made for the first Icelander to climb Mount Everest, this highly technical garment stands up to the coldest Arctic conditions, has a surprisingly high range of movement, and combines its advanced engineering with stylish everyday looks.
Insulated with 800 fill power white duck down, 90% down and 10% feathers, Tindur's construction includes interior squares with vertical interior walls that keep the down from shifting and stitching which does not go through the fabric, contributing further to its warmth.
Tindur down is designed to be worn with a base-layer and mid-layer during outdoor activity.
The jacket is therefore designed as slightly oversized, meaning it will fit true to size, but those who are in-between sizes should size down.
Women should order two sizes down in order to get the expected fit of this jacket.
The hood is detachable and has a draw cord for adjustment.