The Marmot Tullus Hoody is a very simple and inexpensive down hoody that retains a fair bit of warmth. Retailing for a mere $200, this is the least expensive down hoody in this review (the REI Co-op Magma 850 retails for $189 but doesn't have a hood). To accomplish this low price point, the Tullus Hoody uses 600-fill power down treated with Marmot's Down Defender hydrophobic coating. While it is reasonably warm and water resistant, it has been stripped of most features, is fairly heavy, and does not come with any means of keeping it compressed in its own pocket or stuff sack. Poor performance in these metrics lead it to be one of the lower scoring jackets in our review, but the truth is that this is a comfortable and solid jacket at a very reasonable cost.
Like most of the hooded down jackets that we tested for this review, the Tullus Hoody can be purchased hoodless, making it lighter, easier to layer over, and saving a little bit of cash in the process. If this interests you, check out the Marmot Tullus Jacket, which retails for $175.