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Condor Zephyr Down Jacket: Late Winter, Early Spring Coat

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The Condor Zephyr jacket is a solid choice for this time of year – the winter is closing out but the spring is not yet fully here. Days can range from the 20s to the 40s, and this jacket can keep me warm enough across those temperatures. I have owned a few Condor jackets and have liked them all. They are not Arxteryx or Patagonia, but they have worked very nicely for me – check it out!

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6 thoughts on “Condor Zephyr Down Jacket: Late Winter, Early Spring Coat

  1. Its look like a potato bag. Not resistant at all. Just one abrassion or cut and this jacket is over.

    This is just for ciry folks

  2. I haven’t gotten any of their outer wear but they make good bags/pouches. I think the loops on the sleeves and back of the jacket are to attach to a shell.

  3. I purchased the Condor Summit Soft Shell Tactical Jacket in XL (5’11” and 200 lbs). The fit was very tight. I had to return it for the 2XL. Speaking to others, the condor sizing is a bit off with both tops and bottoms. I have caps and beanies from Condor that I like a lot. In the only reviews of this down jacket that I’ve seen there were complaints of it losing a lot of feathers. Any experience of this with yours yet?

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