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Product Code:
  • 609

Quick Overview

The Summit Zero answers the call to carrying all that you need without being bogged down by the weight of the jacket itself. Designed to have increased articulation, comfort, and breathability when in the field. Summit Zero's feather weight construction reduces weight by 30% compared to the traditional Summit, while still providing much of the same protection.


  • Tricot lined softshell
  • Lined stand-up collar
  • Stow-away hoody
  • Two bicep pockets
  • Two upper arm patch panels
  • Two internal pockets
  • Two highrise slash chest pockets
  • Forearm pocket
  • Double zipper back pocket
  • Underarm vent zipper
  • Reinforced elbow
  • Drawstring waistband and hood
  • Hook and loop cuff adjustment
  • Full front YKK center zipper with dual sliders
  • Imported


Additional Information

  • Size: Small to XXX-Large
  • Upper arm patch panel: 3.5"W x 4"H
  • Material:
  • Outer Layer: 100% polyester, 4-way elastic, high density fabric
  • Polyurethane membrance
  • Laminated Poly/spandex inner layer
  • DuPont™ TeflonŽ finish
  • Available in:
  • Olive Drab (001)
  • Black (002)
  • Tan (003)
  • Navy (006)
  • Graphite (018)



Customer Reviews

The swiss knife of jackets Review by Nick (Canada) 6/19/2017 11:38 AM
I had the regular softshell version (602) and used it for 9 consecutive years on a daily basis in spring and fall for non-military use (outdoors, going to school, work, biking, etc). The only thing that broke was the main zipper and one velcro strap at the wrist that got unglued but it was easily fixed. For the comfort, durability, style, conveniance of pockets (and the hood), and the price that is under 100$ I give it a solid 9/10. I carried this jacket in North America, Europe, in the city, in the woods...rain, snow...I personally unstitched and removed the velcro patches to have a less military look. I wouldn't say it's waterproof but it does protect you under a light rain. The reason why I bought the lighter version this time (609) is because the regular version becomes a bit too warm for my taste when wearing it for too long. So I am very happy to see a lighter version. Good job Condor.
(Posted on 7/5/2019)
Need tall sizing... Review by Paul (Pennsylvania ) 9/10/2016 3:18 PM
If you added tall sizing, I would literally buy 3 I found these. Beautiful jacket, just way too short for a 6'2" guy.
(Posted on 7/5/2019)
Awesome Jacket Review by Matticus (Colorado) 2/11/2015 10:40 AM
I own ALOT of name brand insulators , fleece and what not. But have no bought any other shells except condor because they work! I've worn this climbing Mount Rainier, Saint Helens and other mountains dead of winter. Used it while it was -30 with a condor fleece under and was fine. Have stayed in torrential down pours and stayed dried. When the DWR runs off, I just respray some on and keep trucking. This jacket is awesome. I had some stitching come undone, and I hand sewed it back together, it was near the right wrist. No big deal, I was glissading down a mountain and it ripped. Whether I'm on the range training pew pewing, camping, or in the Mountains, I wear this jacket. One of my favorites hands down. If you're familiar with the reviews here you'll see I own many of their products and put them through the ringer. No complaints yet!
(Posted on 7/5/2019)
GREAT!!! Review by Lee Sollenberger (BC Canada) 1/20/2015 1:09 PM
This jacket is the best for where I live.I bought several for family and they never take them off. The temps get to minus 40 and with the fleece it works great.I highly recomend this garment to anyone that spends alot of time outdoors.
(Posted on 7/5/2019)
excellent Review by mitch (iowa) 1/6/2014 6:29 PM
This jacket combined with the micro fleece worked out great for me. My wife bought them for me as a Christmas present recently I had the "opportunity" to test it out during winter storm ion when the temp. got down to -30 degrees. I had to buy a new set of wipers for my truck and install them in them in 30 mph winds and freezing rain. The jackets worked great I was plenty warm enough in them.
(Posted on 7/5/2019)
Great Jacket Review by Christian Keebler (United States) 10/8/2013 8:22 PM
Originally bought this jacket in foliage as an extra so that I didn't wear the same jacket everyday for a year long job in Russia. Sadly, that trip was canceled over some old men grumbling over something stupid (normal political BS). Anyway, it's since been through some pretty rough treatment. Mud, surf, sand, rain, week long rucks, a few helicopter rides, falling off a ladder set as a bridge between two roofs. It's seen some rough treatment but still looks brand new after it's cleaned. It's pretty waterproof. The only times I've been wet while wearing the jacket are times when I fell/was forced to immerse myself in a cold body of water. This jacket's a trooper.
(Posted on 7/5/2019)
NICE Jacket, but has limitations Review by [email protected] (Franklin, MA) 6/5/2013 11:14 AM
I really like the Summit. LOTS of pockets and quite functional. This is designed as a shell, so you may want to buy it a size larger, so you can add base and intermediate layers as needed. There are some limitations. This jacket is completely windproof, and is SOMEWHAT rainproof. In light-medium rain and mist I have not had any issues whatsoever. However, in heavy rain it will leak at the seams. There is no seam sealer on this jacket, so heavier rain will eventually make its way through. Shy of sealing all the seams, there are seams right along the tops of the shoulders that probably should have been located elsewhere. That is the primary place that I have seen water get in. As I said, I really like the jacket and may choose to seal the seams myself. For now I bring this when I need a windbreaker or light rain protection. When I know I'm heading out for wet'n'wild weather, I pack my military issue GoreTex (ECWS) shell which provides all day protection in the worst conditions. The Summit is definitely the more comfortable of the two, so I hope they start sealing or relocating the seams.
(Posted on 7/5/2019)
Clay shooter Review by Jim M (Seattle, WA) 5/21/2012 9:05 PM
On my way to shoot trap in the NW on a wet May weekend and I needed a rain shell. I bought this jacket on the fly, a medium, and had an absolutely great day of shooting clays in the rain. Shooting a shotgun you need to get your elbows up and out. This jacket allows great movement without a lot of jacket getting in the way. This jacket fit like it was made by Beretta. I am 6' with long arms, relatively lean (used to be average) and am very tired of clothing hanging off me to get the arm length as everything seems to be sized for big and bigger these days. This jacket is a great fit allowing great movement, kept me dry and comfortable. I wore it to work the following Monday and had lots of compliments, like the feel of the fabric a lot. I am a Condor convert and am looking forward to trying other outerwear products.
(Posted on 7/5/2019)

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