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Nordwand shelter.

Alpine adventures call for a weatherproof, durable jacket that's also flexible and light on the weight scale. Look to the Mammut Men's Nordwand Jacket for all of the above, and then some.
  • Waterproof breathable Gore-Tex Pro Shell 3-Layer stretch fabric handles season upon season of use without adding weight to your alpine setup
  • Three-point hood adjustment system (with horizontal and vertical drawstrings) make sure your hood fits with or without a helmet
  • Reinforced hood shield stands up to strong wind gusts
  • Powder skirt detaches for less waist bulk
  • Frontreach sleeves move comfortably while you climb
  • Underarm zips quickly dump excess heat
  • Front pockets won't interfere with your harness or pack
  • Switchback hook-and-loop cuff system fully seals your sleeves

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Epic....FAIL

Epic....FAIL

Posted on

This is the shoulder "pilling" where the inside Velcro patch rubs on the outside shoulder.

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I have been informed that this is in fact a warranty issue. The jacket is being replaced. Still I feel it will happen again. Mammut tells me to fold the Velcro over on itself. problem is, the velcro is rough in both patches, (ie it is both "hook" and "hook", not one side "hook" and one side "loop"). I wonder if just removing this by pulling the stitching out would void the warranty? I would contact them before doing so!

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Great Look, meh... (poor?)QUALITY...

Man, I am saddened to write this review...

First off let me say I look of this coat, the look is sick, the function has been awesome, overall I was blown away by this coat...

For about 2 months.

Then I noticed the shoulder "pilling" where the inside Velcro patch rubs on the outside shoulder. An issue that could be solved by placing the Velcro patch on the opposite (ie left side) of the jacket. As it stands now the Velcro has created wear on what is essentially a almost brand new 650 dollar coat.

It is not a small issue, it is not just noticeable, but destructive of the face-fabric. For this price point, on Gore-Pro, after 2 months of use, this is completely unacceptable.

To top off the issue, I have been informed this is "normal" wear and tear, and not covered under warranty.... REALLY? On a 650 Gore-Pro shell? I've put an Arcteryx coat through 150 days of torture and it looks brand new

I'd say "save your money" but who wants to do that, if you need to pop on a six-hundred dollar coat go for it...

Just make sure it starts with an "Arc" and ends with an "treyx"

Well at least if you buy it here you can just stick bc.com with the return on this when it fails you and Mammut's no help at all....

(Read COMMENTS below, I am updating this review to reflect that)

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The same thing happened to me on the face fabric on the shoulder....Also the velcro wrist straps do not stay securely fastened and come undone easily...I contacted mammut and they said it was a defect and are going to repair it free of charge for me (which is nice). I only owned the jacket for a few months and am starting to doubt the durability of this face fabric. Even the lighter weight goretext proshell jackets by Arcteryx (alpha lt especially) have a more robust and trust worthy abrasion resistance. Other than that I love the way this jacket looks and fits, but for $675, I expect it to perform better than the appearance.

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Jonathan,

Thanks a ton for your feedback, the gave me a totally different line, which I was not happy to hear. I'll try contacting them again, and maybe I'll get a different response. If so I will update this review to reflect that.

I was pretty disappointed with my conversation, but maybe I just got someone on a bad day...

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I have been informed that this is in fact a warranty issue. The jacket is being replaced. Still I feel it will happen again. Mammut tells me to fold the Velcro over on itself. problem is, the velcro is rough in both patches, (ie it is both "hook" and "hook", not one side "hook" and one side "loop"). I wonder if just removing this by pulling the stitching out would void the warranty? I would contact them before doing so!

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Hey again Phil,
Got my Nordwand Jacket back from repair :) The Velcro on the wrists now work like a charm. I also mentioned to repair shop to remove the velcro on the collar so that I would not have the problem with the shoulder abrasion "pilling". I found that the collar velcro on this jacket was kind of unnecessary. The jacket works fine without the velcro since it zips all the way up and the flaps on the collar fold on top of each other with out the velcro. I am glad that the repair shop removed it so I won't have the same problem you did.

5 5

the king of the jacket

this is the best jacket i have ever had..

5 5

Oh my

Okay so it just started snowing in these parts tonight (CO front range) for the first time this fall. Also today my Nordwand Jkt showed up. Holy crap, this is the nicest thing I think I've ever bought. Fabric is so stretchy and supple but also feels really tough. Quality is top notch, as good as anything I've seen from the other couple of high end brands left. Fit, couldn't ask for a better one. Long list of features is extensive and all seem to have a purpose. Okay and the color is sick. Best orange I've seen. May have to go back for the pants to. Although may get divorced if I throw down for those. Actually... maybe need to get the wifey the equivalent w's jacket, also looks killer.