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The Ellia steps up the warmth from the Eos, with toasty features and top-notch craft to keep you warm and comfortable in the colder months.
We're bringing the warmth with 900+ fill power, ethically sourced down. Handmade in Seattle, Washington.
- Women's specific fit
- Contoured seams
- Sewn-through construction
- Two zippered exterior hand pockets
- Slightly longer hem in back to keep you covered
- Dual-drawcord insulated hood
- Center front wind and water resistant YKK #5 coil Uretek zippers
- Adjustable, drop tail hem
- Lycra cuffs
- Stuff Sack Included
- Ethically-sourced 900+ fill power goose down
- Made in Seattle, USA of imported materials
- Please note the zipper is one way, not a two way zipper as shown in images.
|Midweight Down Jacket
|Pertex® Endurance® LT
|900+ Goose Down
|Made in Seattle, USA of imported materials
|4.9 oz / 138 g (size Medium)
|13 oz / 368 g (size Medium)
Women's Ellia Jacket
The Ellia jacket is patterned to fit closer to the body. It's designed to serve as an outer layer in milder conditions, or as a mid-layer under a shell in colder, more intense weather.
|SIZING - INCHES
I have bought several down jackets for my wife. This is the first one that keeps her warm. The construction and materials are high quality. I highly recommend.
Wanted to love this but…..
I waited a year to write this review. I bought this jacket for a one year bicycle trip to South America. I needed a warm jacket for the Andes. The only thing I ended up liking about the jacket is the warmth. I found the hood had a weird fit. It kept falling in my eyes unless I cinched it really tightly which then made me deal with the long cords. I wish there was a cinched on the back neck like some jackets. I didn’t like the small pockets. Uncomfortable to put your hands in and really missed an inside breast pocket for money. There are not any pockets for your phone or money unless you use the side pockets… but I usually used those to keep my hands warm. Bottom line: it’s a basic, well made jacket with no special features. It’s not stylish at all but that didn’t bother me in the mountains. I won’t wear it around town. I’m 120lbs and bought a small.
Warmth for 40-20F
I am 5’4”, 115lbs, and an XS feels just right. I have tested out the warmth of this coat in a couple different scenarios and this is what I have found. (Note that I usually run cold.) I have used this coat sitting completely still outside in the low 20s F to mid 30s, in the damp PNW layered with snow bibs, sometimes another lightweight down coat, and a sit pad. My verdict is that the warmth is adequate, but not overkill in this use. In low activity, or with a hot drink, I have been comfortable. Sitting 100% motionless, I start to feel chilled after about 15min. I have also tried wearing it around town in 30s F, and it is too warm for me in a car or in stores. My verdict is that it is good for the 40s though the 20s F, but below that I would want something warmer.
Very odd sizing
I really wanted to love this jacket. I finally decided to spring for a Feathered Friends jacket but I had to return this. The fit is just incredibly weird - it just does not fit a woman's body correctly and is extremely unflattering. The jacket itself is made of high quality materials and was warm, but unfortunately those factors didn't outweigh the fit.
Not a Mountaineering or Skiing Jacket
This is an excellent looking, fitting, and warm jacket that is well crafted. However, we returned it unused because the hood did not fit over a helmet (climbing or skiing) and that it was missing a chest pocket of any type, and there were no internal pockets to hold water bottles, batteries, or other misc supplies that need to be kept from freezing. Add these upgrades and you'll have a more versatile women's jacket for lower altitudes.