If a 90s-era snowboarder and World War II Veteran got together to make a jacket, this is inevitably what they’d design. An incredibly rugged and durable jacket with vintage military aesthetics and construction. All the while remaining functional on the mountain and modern in its appearance. Boasting a water and wind proof breathable shell fabric that’s quilted-thru to an orange mesh liner with polyfill insulation, the result is a more compact and integrated garment. (We despise puffy jackets and assume you do as well.) The hood is lined with a soft and durable terry pile. Molded zippers regulate deep pocket entry in three positions for easy storage of mittens, goggles and the essential (thick) peanut butter and jam sandwich the way your mom used to make them.
shell: 100% nylon w/ waterproof breathable laminate backside, water beading face
quilt-thru linings: soft terry pile lined hood, orange polyester mesh body
fill: 80 gram polyfill
heavy-duty molded zipper pockets (3) with covered center front zipper
soft brushed poly tricot pocket linings and cuff facing