Closeouts. Scorch powdery terrain in Rossignol's Raptor shell jacket. Within the DWR-treated exterior are a wealth of audio and accessory pockets and an attached, slip-resistant powder skirt with pant attachments.
Reviewed by Trinity Riverdog from Trinity River, CA on Thursday, March 14, 2013
Bought this looking for a slimmer cut, which it does have. It is warm enough that I can go fairly light on under layers except in the coldest conditions. The pockets go on and on.
No clue how to use the ski pass holder, but my wife made me a custom holder that gets rave reviews, so guess I don't need that other one.
The collar is larger than I would like (loose), but my wife also makes knitted neck gaiters that fill the gap and are more comfortable than the collar lining anyway.
Have skied in the cold and during some snow, but not enough wet to really gauge the jacket's waterproofness.
Reviewed by JW from Chicago, IL on Tuesday, December 04, 2012
Have some crazy bright ski pants and wanted something to match that was black but still stylish. This is it. Great shape (a bit on the slim side), tons of useful pockets and vents. Note it is a shell and requires some thick underlayers.