Trespass Men's Igloo Down Jacket (Blue) @ play.com £34.99
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Trespass Men's Igloo Down Jacket (Blue) @ play.com £34.99

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Found 11th Dec 2011
The next best price for this that I have found is £59 and as it is starting to feel fairly chilly outside this could be just what you need at a great price.

The Trespass Igloo Men’s Down Jacket is a 50% Down, 50% Feather filled jacket with water repellent fabric & zippers.
Featuring a 50/50 Down/Feather fill combined with water repellent face fabric, 3 storage pockets and an adjustable removable zip off hood the Trespass Igloo Men’s Down Jacket offers an extremely high level of durability, performance and value for money. The classic cut & fit of the Trespass Igloo Men’s Down Jacket ensures a comfortable fit with maximum maneuverability for any type of outdoor activity.
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Many thanks. Just ordered. I was needing a warm coat for the winter and according to the comments on Amazon it will be perfect. A few places are actually selling it for £100.

No excuses now for not going walking at night time during the winter
Heat from, and for, me with this jacket! Been wanting a nice down/feather jacket all season but didn't want to pay stupid prices! Good spot!
Thank you just ordered A1 deal.
very good price, shame i already have a rab jacket at 4 times the price!:(
fantastic deal, tempted to get this myself but really have no use for a down jacket (that's what i keep telling myself!)

Great reviews on Amazon,

Don't forget 6% quidco, should work out about £2.10 depending if it is before or after VAT.

ordered, thank you, looks cosy !!
I've got the black version of this jacket and got it from Mountain Warehouse at a cost of £60, its from the same manufacturer, just not branded Trespass. Its probably the warmest jacket i've ever bought.
If you dont mind the colour then its a bargain.

Hot.
Great price but awful colour. A bit too Chav like for me - good for sitting in the giro queue if it's cold.
very hideous colour. hot anyway!
Anyone remember the Berghaus Vars blue posted here?

Is this same colour as that was sent straight back.
okay colour for a ski resort. Not so sure I would flex this on the high street. Cracking price though
its to keep the cold out,personally i couldnt give a toss what ppl thought of the colour,crackin price,look at rhe price for the black version on the same price
Outrageous colour should ensure 'unique' exclusivity. (insert **** like exclusivity). Maybe get some Pop Socks to go with it:-)
on the same page ( fat fingers )
Does it come with the gloves? Why does the picture have gloves on it?
Seriously considering this....
Edited by: "TypicalAsianFindingDeals" 11th Dec 2011
Superb price and good find - hate the colour but as a work jacket, I don't really care.
i quite like it.
Not that much of a great deal. With that high percentage of feather the fill power (the overall volume of the filling) will be quite low and thus the insulation will suffer.

Personally at this price range I would probably consider something with a polyester fill which would give the advantage of still keeping you warm if it gets wet.

If you want down, then head to alpkit.com and look at their Filo range. Excellent value for money.
If you do buy though, it would certainly benefit from being properly water proofed.

amazon.co.uk/Nik…8-3
Just searched for Trespass Igloo on Amazon, and there are no comments - where are the great reviews mentioned above? Wish I'd checked before ordering now...
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Just searched for Trespass Igloo on Amazon, and there are no comments - … Just searched for Trespass Igloo on Amazon, and there are no comments - where are the great reviews mentioned above? Wish I'd checked before ordering now...



amazon.co.uk/Tre…RKQ
Thanks Daneel - much appreciated. Bit weird that doesn't come up in a search.
bought the nike one of this for £72 maybe my one is better
I have one of these. I bought it from 'Mountain Warehouse' though, exactly the same, it must be a generic production.

I'm very happy with it, extremely warm, tight fitting around the neck so cold air can't get in, very useful zipped chest pockets both inside and out, with a large map pocket. The hand pockets are well located too, so you can put your hands in them comfortably (some coats the angle seems wrong), it also has very good non constrictive long elasticated inner cuffs with stops the wind/cold going into the sleeves. The hood can be zipped off and it's also filled with feather/down.

For the money I paid (£60 in black, they were selling them off, due to being out of season) I'd rate it 10/10.


Edited by: "FocusZing" 11th Dec 2011
Could somebody who owns such jacket tell will L size be OK for me? Chest 110cm, arm length 79cm (fingers straight)?
does anybody know how the size's come up on this, i normally have a large?
andnrk

Could somebody who owns such jacket tell will L size be OK for me? Chest … Could somebody who owns such jacket tell will L size be OK for me? Chest 110cm, arm length 79cm (fingers straight)?



I bought a medium, I'm 6ft with a 39" chest, which fits well with a thin base layer on. I tried a large too which could have fitted a jumper on too but decided to go for a medium, downs tend to puff you out a bit:-)

43" Chest, I'd say a large would be a comfortable fit with a thin layer. XL might be better if you want to wear more layers (not required as it's so warm).
chegwin

does anybody know how the size's come up on this, i normally have a large?



Pretty good, I'd say typical sizing.
Edited by: "FocusZing" 11th Dec 2011
Can someone compare these to my nike down jacket nike abyys bomber
Emperor1

Can someone compare these to my nike down jacket nike abyys bomber



It's a bit of a long shot people will own both, just be happy with what have got.
Out of stock...
andnrk

Out of stock...



Not surprised, great price for a decent down jacket.
FocusZing

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Nice one, wanted black and don't mind the extra cost. You get 6% quidco with Rutland.
FocusZing

Pretty good, I'd say typical sizing.


thanks ordered a large as im 42" chest but only 5'8, just hope the arms aren't too long. think i just ordered in time. i cycle alot so at least drivers will see me wearing this!
chegwin

thanks ordered a large as im 42" chest but only 5'8, just hope the arms … thanks ordered a large as im 42" chest but only 5'8, just hope the arms aren't too long. think i just ordered in time. i cycle alot so at least drivers will see me wearing this!



Ha, so do I. The sleeves on the medium are about right for me, on the large they fell about halfway down my hands. I don't think it will be a problem for you as there are Velcro cuff tighteners too. Let's just hope it gets bloody cold now.
chegwin

thanks ordered a large as im 42" chest but only 5'8, just hope the arms … thanks ordered a large as im 42" chest but only 5'8, just hope the arms aren't too long. think i just ordered in time. i cycle alot so at least drivers will see me wearing this!



Doubt whether the arms will be too long with a large..... I had to buy an XL to get the arm length.
daBluone

Nice one, wanted black and don't mind the extra cost. You get 6% quidco … Nice one, wanted black and don't mind the extra cost. You get 6% quidco with Rutland.



No probs.
Edited by: "FocusZing" 11th Dec 2011
Colour is good depends on your psychological mindset and how you hold yourself in public but blue will always come back as classic. But this is not really down and if you really get a hundred percent down and it doesn't get wet then the low weigh and warmth is unbeatable even by the latest rare synthetics like polartec, the rare 900 fill power down is best and expensive. And though extremely tricky to handle down it can be done MYOG (make your own gear) with the right lining shell material and techniques. If you need a cheap bottom end 100% down try Uniqlo (IIRC) and for medium quality try the usual gear brands. The best down apparel makers are low volume producers in the US but one of the best in the world if not the best used by explorers and professional climbers and remote based nature film makers as well as cold weather wild campers is British:
phdesigns.co.uk/ins…110
davester2k

Not that much of a great deal. With that high percentage of feather the … Not that much of a great deal. With that high percentage of feather the fill power (the overall volume of the filling) will be quite low and thus the insulation will suffer.Personally at this price range I would probably consider something with a polyester fill which would give the advantage of still keeping you warm if it gets wet.If you want down, then head to http://www.alpkit.com and look at their Filo range. Excellent value for money.


No filo large in stock !!
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