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Whether or not you’re willing to get up at 3 a.m., the Cloudveil Down Patrol Jacket is ready keep you warm as you seek out more fresh turns.

  • 2L WindStopper fabric combines a microfiber polyester face with a WindStopper laminate to ` provide exceptional breathability and resistance against snow and light rain
  • 650-Fill down insulation traps in your body’s warmth before it can escape and is lighter than any synthetic insulation material on the market
  • Relaxed cut increases your freedom of movement and ability to layer
  • Underarm zip vents allow you to dump excess heat when you’re booting up to the ridgeline or skiing on warm, spring days
  • Internal powder skirt helps keep snow from getting in under your jacket
  • Storm hood protects your head from winter weather and is removable for increased convenience
  • Recco avalanche rescue system may aid ski patrol in the event of a slide
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This thing is the best

    This thing is the best! Whether you're wearing it around town at night, or slaying sick lines, you've gotta have this jacket. This is one of the few down jackets out there that actually has some waterproofing to it from the factory. Cloudveil makes high quality stuff, and knows how to make products to brave the elements. This jacket is a perfect example. Lots of pockets, powder skirt, goose down, pit-zips just in case, a higher collar to duck into on those cold windy days. I did a lot of tree skiing on a cold day last year wearing this jacket. I was nervous and thought that there would be cuts and scrapes, because the fabric on down jackets is usually fragile. Despite clipping plenty of branches, there wasn't a scratch or cut on it. This jacket is awesome. I'm 5'8", 160 lbs. and the medium works perfectly for me.

    Torn it first day out

      Super warm, great style, fits where it needs too, lots of extras. My only problem is I ripped a huge hole in it on my first day out at the hill. A big powder day and as I was being greedy for pow I have only myself to blame. Caught an edge while making a late decision to cut left for a powder stash, flipped head over heels out of control ending up careening between a couple of trees and into a pile of bushes. I new I got lucky, but not the jacket. Ripped it down low by the pocket, thankfully only the outer and not into the feathers!!!

      Looking for a seamstress.

      Oh and one of those handy extras I used was the inside pocket goggle wiper cloth! very handy after that spill.

      Nice Jacket!

        I'm so happy with it that I'd definitely buy another Cloudveil over other brands.

        I'm 5'7 150 and the small fits great. Its very warm, but I disagree that its "too warm for anything over 10 degree F," as someone else stated. I'm comfortable up to 40s with the pits open and a t-shirt underneath... then again its always windy where I am so that is a factor.

        Great jacket!

          Great jacket: really warm, nice flexibility. Underarm zippers really come in handy on warmer days. At first the hood seems a little small, but actually seems to stay on better than a traditional (larger) hood. Wont fit over a helmet though. Couldn't recommend this jacket more highly.

          Awesome coat

            I looked at this coat on the Manufactures website and Backcountry and color was totally different between the two. Turned out the Backcountry's color was closest to the actual jacket color.

            The Jacket is super comfortable, lightweight, so far waterproof, warm and fits very true to size. The Pit Zip are excellent and needed as the Jacket keeps me very warm. It is also windproof which is super nice.

            Very Happy and look forward to putting in on this weekend and making turns on our mountain.

            Great Jacket

              Love this jacket! It is warm and comfy without being too bulky. I love the pockets and general utility of the jacket. I do wish that the hood was big enough to cover my helmet, but most hoods are not. Got a sick deal on Backcountry too!

              yes, hood too small

                bought this and used once, very nice and toasty, like the material and fit but I agree with others, the hood is too small to go over a helment and stay on the helment while skiing. For this reason alone, I think I will return..bummed out because otherwise this jacket seems like a bomber heater for the east.

                Burly

                  A big, burly jacket for big, burly days.

                  This thing is well constructed and well thought out. The powder skirt keeps the fluff out and the pit zips help you cool off during the hike to the goods later in the afternoon. The windstopper fabric keeps you toasty while you're sitting on a broken down lift in 45+ mph gusts. There's plenty of sizable pockets for snacks, flasks, and safety necessities.

                  At 5'11" and 160# the medium leaves enough room for layers (it's got to be single digit or below to need layers), yet doesn't feel too loose.

                  The one down side is that the hood doesn't fit over a helmet without the aid of your hand holding it in place.

                  Lolwut. This thing is sweet.

                    I have last year's version of this jacket (basically identical except for a chest pocket). This jacket is the most warm, comfortable, and stylish down jacket on the market. Can't wait to snap up the pow skirt...

                    I'm 5.8" and 150 and a medium fits perfectly with a little room for layers, good length too.

                    Bottom line: buy it.

                    Can someone take a picture of the green...

                    Can someone take a picture of the green jacket? Or I guess can someone tell me if the coat is actually that color? It looks a lot lighter on the cloudveil site.

                    Is this appropriate for skiing in so much...

                    Is this appropriate for skiing in so much as being water resistant?

                    I have used this to ski and it works well, you should be warned though it is insanely warm, anything above 5-10 degrees would be too warm for this coat. One of the days i skied it was snowing sideways and the coat held up fine, that said when it is pushing zero degrees snow doesn't melt much and reduces the need for water resistance.

                    Hi, I'm trying to decide between jackets....

                    Hi,
                    I'm trying to decide between jackets. Is this jacket warm enough for MN winters (ie. 10 degrees with a substantial wind chill). Is the jacket for high energy output or is it adequate for a good dog walking though the woods?

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                    I have worn this jacket the last two days to work in Denver where it has been hovering right around zero at 5:30 AM, with only a short sleeve shirt on underneath. I have been toasty warm for the 5 minute walk in from my car and suspect it would easily suffice for a longer walk. I actually had the pit zips open when it hit the low teens in the afternoon and were happy that they were there. Have not yet used it in any aerobic activity, but looking forward to testing its capabilities. Good looking and warm jacket - highly recommended.