The North Face Morph Hoodie offers great warmth at a low cost in weight due to its 800-fill power responsibly sourced down. It also has some of the best functioning features in this review, including deeply recessed sleeve cuffs that easily accommodate gloves, and recessed hem drawcord pulls and buckles that ensure no cord will be left dangling below your waist. We really appreciated these features in a jacket that is described by The North Face as being designed specifically for climbing in the winter. We also think it works just fine for most other activities as well, not to mention as an around-town warmth layer. That said, we found it to be cut with a prohibitively constricting fit, a bummer considering the other worthy attributes of this jacket.
The North Face also sells this same down hoodie in jacket form — the Morph Jacket. It is essentially the same design, without the hood, and comes for $30 less than the Morph Hoodie.