Closeouts. A mid-thigh length shell that's designed for the serious freeskier, Haglofs' Chute ski jacket protects you from raging storms with a Gore-Tex® waterproof breathable membrane, easily accessible front vents and a zip-off powder skirt.
Reviewed by Seamus from Frederick, MD on Friday, January 2, 2015
Very well built and should work great for skiing. The pockets are not comfortable for walking around with your hands in them. which you won't do while skiing but does mean the coat won't really double for wearing out and about. The hood is large but has several ways to adjust it so it can be worn with or without a skiing helmet, but it will be baggy without a helmet.
Reviewed by CBP from Vancouver on Friday, April 4, 2014
This is a fantastic light weight shell for skiing. The construction is top notch and after a day spring skiing in warm, wet conditions I can confirm that it is completely waterproof. It is very lightweight (non-insulated, so perhaps not the best choice for very cold climates) but has a comfortable soft liner and is great as a top layer over a wool shirt. I am tall and it fits the lanky Scandinavian body type really well. I can highly recommend this jacket.
Reviewed by blind boarder with hood on from Washington on Friday, March 14, 2014
This jacket fits true to form, very light weight but warm. Great color too. I returned it due to the GARGANTUAN hood. I am 6'2 and it went way above my scalp and therefore fell over my eyes. It would be a sweet coat if you had a huge head or huge helmet on all the time though. Or didn't use the hood.
Reviewed by Pointer from Canada on Monday, March 3, 2014
Super jacket. The 2 layer gore is very soft and so far stands up to the elements. The jacket is lightly lined which makes it comphy without a base layer. Size is right on. I have a 41 inch chest and the large is perfect with a base layer or two - I could likely wear a medium with a base layer. It is mid thigh so longer than my other jackets, but that's what I was looking for