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Dasche L3 Jacket

Dasche L3 Jacket

Regular price $190.00 USD
Regular price $190.00 USD Sale price $190.00 USD
ColorBlack Navy Manatee Grey Rescue Red
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Dasche L3 Jacket
Regular price $190.00 USD
Regular price $190.00 USD Sale price $190.00 USD
The ideal all-arounder for changing conditions and day-to-day wear alike, the Dasche L3 Jacket does it all with a fraction of the bulk. Carefully mapped insulation and a tough, stretchy softshell combines the targeted warmth of a vest with the coverage and protection of a jacket. Featherweight materials keep you moving with ease, and the entire jacket can be swiftly compressed into the left hand pocket for fast, compact storage.


Efficiently mapped PrimaLoft® Gold Luxe™ insulation minimizes wasteful bulk and retains warmth even while wet. Woven engineered baffles ensure full loft and no popped stitches. Synthetic down crafted from 100% post-consumer recycled content keeps your adventure eco-friendly.
Woman wearing the Dasche L3 Jacket while hiking in a mountain range.


20-denier softshell over the insulation partners with a durable water repellent (DWR) coating and ultralight 4-way stretch at the forearms, underarms, and sides to balance protection and dexterity. The hood offers a crown cinch for a just-right fit, and features a unique stow design that avoids the bulk of roll-up storage or the hassle of tracking a detachable hood.


Zippered on-seam hand pockets provide secure, low-profile storage. An oversized pocket and passport pocket on the inside feature power mesh construction for venting and fast drying. Stow the entire jacket in a jiffy via the zippered pouch in the left hand pocket to save space when not in use.

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
Good fit for athletic builds

I buy warm clothes in spring for next winter. It's May, so I can't testify to this jacket's warmth. But I love its fit, which is perfect for my athletic frame. (12" drop between shoulders and waist.) I also like the hide-away hood, and the HUGE – but hidden – front pockets. Very happy with this off-season purchase.

Unicorn Jacket

The Dasche L3 is a niche jacket designed to do certain things extremely well. Those things are layer, breath, dump heat, and be extremely packable. It's use-case is very similar to that of the Patagonia Nano Air, but, it could be argued that the Dasche does those things better. The jacket is basically a vest with bicep insulation and wind blocking sleeves/hood. The hood is clumsy but layers like none other when stowed. The sleeves are thin but keep pressure down on the forearms when layering. There are pick-pocket proof pockets inside the hand warming pockets and the whole thing packs down surprisingly small.

TLDR: This jacket is amazing during high intensity activity or when used as a layer but dumps heat too quickly to be worn without a shell. In my opinion, it's more like a Level 2+ than a Level 3A but nothing else really comes close to what this jacket does.

Thanks Colt for such a thoughtful review!

I definitely agree that the Dasche is a great piece for heat management during active use.

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Dorsey Boyd
One year later

I bought my Dasche L3 a year ago and still love it. Love the fit, mobility, and style. The lightweight non-restrictive material on the sleeves is excellent for adding just enough coverage over t-shirts. The material is wind blocking enough for my hikes and running around with errands. My only regret is that I had not been bold enough to order a color instead of black!

Gregory Chisholm

Dasche L3 Jacket

Michael Waide
Good…but the hood.

I found the fit and finish very good. Sized true to fit to maybe a bit large. I like this jacket, except the hood. The hybrid insulation pattern is on point. But, that stow away hood is awful. When stowed it creates a bulky, messy collar. Deployed its ok, so why not just make it a hoodie? Or I’d prefer it without a hood as an under layer. My 2 cents. I’d buy this jacket 100% if the hood was removed, as is I’d pass.