Closeouts. Prepare for storms of apocalyptic proportions with Mountain Hardwear's Snowpocalypse jacket, featuring a Dry.Q Elite waterproof ultra-breathable membrane that seals out moisture but allows body vapor to escape.
Dry.Q Elite waterproof breathable membrane is air-permeable and immediately begins moving moisture away from the body
Fully seam sealed for complete waterproof protection
Removable powder skirt
Attached storm hood
Two diagonal-zip chest pockets, one with headphone wire portal to interior
Reviewed by Outdoorsman from Kansas City, KS on Saturday, January 28, 2012
I bought the jacket for skiing. It's rugged and durable, but also stylish. I returned a lighter weight soft shell. It is a bit heavier than I would prefer for packing / hiking. Overall great jacket though if you are looking for an all around shell. Fits well, removable powder skirt, lots of usable p...
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Reviewed by ski fiend from NYC on Thursday, January 10, 2013
BEST SHELL I EVER HAD. YOU CANNOT BEAT SIERRA TRADING POST PRICES. The most quality and feature set of any shell in its price point. I am one happy camper mountain hardwear does not disappoint! One thing is go one size up.
Reviewed by Z from VT on Saturday, October 20, 2012
Bought this jacket for snowboarding because the specs on it looked great. I bought a large and found it to be too short and the sleeves too short with the wrist gaitors on. The jacket was tight across the back when I crossed my arms in front. The hood just barely fit over my red mutiny helmet and the jacket will barely zip up all the way with helmet on hood up. You end up with coat in the mouth. I am 5'11" 170 and after trying the large I ordered and XL and still had the same problems.
Reviewed by T. Hawg from Elk, CA on Monday, October 8, 2012
I ordered this jacket in late summer for preparation of this upcoming winter. I an unable to comment on the waterproofing of the Dry.Q.
This is more of a comment on fit and finish of the Mountain Hardwear Snowpocalypse jacket. My specs are a 48" chest, 38" waist and short arms. I tend to wear either a XL or XXL depending. I purchased a XXL and glad i did. This jacket fits snug, and the arms are perfect for me, which means this may be short for normal people. I would recommend to size up for this jacket.
Fit and Finish is great. It is typical Mountain Hardwear which is always good. The jacket is just a thin shell with no lining, so layering will be needed to stay warm in cold weather. I would say this jacket is light enough to be packable. This is great jacket, and I'm happy with my purchase.
Reviewed by b from Washington dc on Thursday, September 6, 2012
This jacket looks just like the pic (which is a good thing). However my boyfriend is 5'7 145lbs and the "L" was way to big. The "M" fit his body perfect but the sleeves could have been a lil bit longer. He won't be able to layer to much under the jacket because of the arm length but he's cool with that. Over all good jacket.
Most manufacturers do not have temperature ratings for their garments due to the number of factors that affect how warm a garment may keep you. This item is designed to be used as a layering piece. The following buying guides may offer some insight to help you dress properly for any environment.||http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/head-to-toe-guide.html|http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/layering-guide.html
Answered on 7/24/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post