Reviewed by Cugr from CA on Saturday, June 25, 2011
This jacket won top recognition from a ski industry publication. I can see why. Love it. Cant wait to use it for a long time. Seems to be well made, comfortable, versatile. The best part is that I got it for less than a lower quality cheapo jacket.
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Reviewed by Bruin cyclist from San Francisco, CA on Tuesday, August 28, 2012
I live in San Francisco and use this coat to protect me from wind and rain, especially when bicycling (which is my main method of commuting). It's incredibly lightweight and breathable, completely waterproof and wind-resistant. It was probably the single best investment (apart from my bike) that I could make since moving to the Bay area.
Reviewed by Year round winter from Big Sky, MT on Saturday, March 31, 2012
I really like this jacket. I normally wear smalls, but the small literally had double my width of extra material around my midsection. The xs made it a little better (not absolutely ridiculous). And I am not a skinny person- I'm a medium build. That is my only real complaint. If the jacket had a little more warm, fuzzy stuff around the collar as well, this jacket would be perfect. I'm very happy with it. Very glad I bought it.
Best Uses: Backcountry, Skiing
Chest Size: Feels too big
Cons: Built for a FAT person, Midsection far too wide, Not enough neck fleece
Reviewed by Packfill Roadie from Boulder CO on Saturday, February 18, 2012
I was encouraged by all the positive comments about this shell, so I got one and I'm glad I did. This jacket is bombproof! I didn't realize how cold and windy it was until I removed a glove - not the tiniest bit of a breeze found its way in. All the seams are taped and sealed, and the zippers as well. The pit zips are huge, and when the sun got hot and the snow soft, I opened them up and stayed perfectly comfortable.
This is a great shell - it packs down reasonably small, though it isn't as compressible as a soft shell, an it is adaptable enough for everything from a high-altitude blizzard to a rainy spring day.
Best Uses: Cold Weather, Extreme Conditions, Skiing/Snowboarding, Wet Weather
Reviewed by Stevens Pass Skier from Seattle, WA on Sunday, January 01, 2012
I bought this as a ski jacket for my son. He has used it 4 times already and absolutely loves it! He skied day in the rain. His pants were soaked through but his upper half remained completely dry. He looks great in it as well!