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Mammut Kento Jacket - Men's


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    3 Reviews


    Compressible waterproof protection for when you need it most.

    The Mammut Men's Kento Jacket provides waterproof protection you can easily pack down so you can take it anywhere you roam, whether you're mountaineering, multi-pitching, or alpine climbing. Its DryTech Premium shell gives this jacket superior waterproof protection that's surprisingly breathable to keep you comfortable when you're working hard. Underarm zippers offer a lot of airflow and ventilation while the pre-shaped sleeves ensure excellent coverage and mobility while you're climbing. Mammut also added an adjustable hood, a drawcord at the hem, and zippered pockets at the chest and sides.

    • DryTech Premium 2.5-layer shell (20k)
    • Fully taped seams
    • Regular fit
    • Zippered underarm vents
    • Adjustable hood
    • Pre-shaped sleeves with hook and loop cuffs
    • Adjustable hem with drawcord
    • Water-resistant front pockets
    • Bluesign approved fabric
    • Item #MAM00BJ

    Tech Specs

    [face fabric] DRYtech Premium
    full taped
    2 front, 1 chest
    Claimed Weight
    12.9 g
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition, climbing
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    Unfortunately Totally Disappointed

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Large

    I was excited to get this jacket and use it as my backcountry touring shell since it is so light. Unfortunately that lightness also comes with being ridiculously flimsy. I wound up with two large tears in the jacket from one run down Mount Wuh in Rocky Mountain National Park. Granted the trees were tight, but I can't accept that it is reasonable for a jacket that is marketed as expedition worthy to be so fragile.

    Unfortunately Totally Disappointed

    I second Tommyboy!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    This jacket is my go-to for any activity, it is almost always in my bag (this thing packs down SMALL), and has saved my butt enough times that I can not count them on two hands...
    The Kento jacket is light, very light. It packs down incredibly small... and is breathable enough that during a warm summer rain you aren't exhausting yourself whilst staying dry. It has two massive vents under the arms to allow adequate ventilation once the perspiration begins.
    Mammuts DRYtech is amazing, it keeps water out but lets your skin breath naturally, water simply beads up and rolls off. During the colder months it can also be used as a windbreaker, it doesn't allow wind to break through, and if paired with a nice 1/4 zip jacket underneath, you're good to go all day. The hood expands large enough to cover a helmet, and is equipped with a small visor to keep the rain out of your eyes. The wrists have velcro cuffs to tighten the opening and the the head/waist have adjustable cinching straps.
    The Kento has two large abdominal pockets and a large Napoleon pocket on the chest.

    I will admit, for what it is (which isn't much) it is expensive, but when you are in the middle of your climb or approach and that freak storm hits, you'll be glad you paid the money for this lifesaver...

    Oh yeah, it looks good too!

    This Jacket is the BOMB

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This jacket is awesome! It has kept me sheltered from the vicious winds on top of a mountain ridge at 11,000 ft. in the Unitas. When walking around my neighborhood in a thunderstorm not one drop of water found itself inside the jacket. This jacket is also super breathable and you never get to stuffy while wearing it. This is a great jacket and I would definitely recommend getting it.