Think 2L Can't Handle It? You're Wrong.
The summer of 2012 saw a month of my using the Jones 2L jacket around the PNW and BC, skiing everything from sun-baked glacier snow to steep ski mountaineering on a number of volcanoes. Much of the jacket's appeal, for me, is in its fit and features, as I chose to overlook the weight (which is heavier than optimal) on this trip. Of course its bright color isn't afraid to get a little dirty, but it also isn't afraid to handle anything you throw at it--sunshine in BC or incessant rain on Oregon's Mt. Jefferson with ropes and snow stakes buzzing from the impending lightening storm.