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With the Mammut Women's Cloudmont Jacket, you can take the unrivaled warmth of lofty goose down with you when you head to the resort to make some turns. DRYtech Premium shell fabric is designed to shed wet weather like water off a duck's back, ensuring that the 650-fill goose down stays dry, lofty, and incredibly warm.
- Two-layer DRYtech Premium shell fabric provides reliable protection in wet winter weather
- 650-fill goose down keeps you out on the mountain after everyone else has retreated to the lodge
- Women's specific powder skirt is removable and seals around the hips to keep snow out
- Stretch wrist gaiters with thumbholes add coverage and protection
- Water-resistant two-way front zip keeps wet conditions out
- Drawcord hem provides a snug fit to keep weather out and warmth in
- Two zipped front pockets, a zipped internal pocket, and a wrist ski pass pocket hold all your essential items
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I purchased this jacket along side the Mammut Flake Jacket. I knew the Flake jacket was more of a shell and wanted something that would be warmer for bitter cold days. The week I got the jacket it was well below zero, and the jacket kept me toasty warm. It is a slightly longer fit too which I prefer as it keeps your hips and backside more protected. I am about 5'5'' and it hits me slightly below the hips. It also has a hood (so I am not sure why the listing says it doesn't).
As far as skiing goes, I am not sure it's my favorite. I have the Smith Variant helmet, and while I can use the hood while I have my helmet on, it is a very snug awkward fit. Not sure I would call it helmet compatible. It's also quite bulky.
One feature I love about Mammut jackets is the over the thumb gators - which prevents both the sleeves from riding up, and the cold and snow from getting in.
I also did a little outside research into the Waterproofing as Backcountry.com didn't list it. It is in fact 20k which is great considering it would be a mess if the down got wet. :)
The only feature I miss having is pit-zips. Because it is a such a warm heavy down jacket, I think it would have been nice to have a way to dump air.
I would also suggest ordering up. I am normally always a size Small and I went with a Medium in both Mammut Jackets as they run a bit more slim fitting.