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Recently, Mountain Hardwear decided it was time for a change. It set to work engineering a line of jackets with all the weatherproofing necessary for a hardcore skier to withstand the elements, but with a more relaxed style fit for the freeride attitude. And thus, the Men's A'parka'lypse Jacket was born. You'll find waterproof breathable fabric to keep you dry, zip vents to keep you cool, and a stretch powder skirt to keep deep snow out—all wrapped in a look fit for the park or a peak far beyond the ropes.

  • Relaxed fit leaves plenty of room for an insulating layer and baselayer underneath
  • Dry.Q fabric provides waterproof protection against the elements, and the fabric breathes to help you regulate temperature
  • Synthetic Thermic Micro insulation provides plenty of warmth without unwieldy bulk or weight
  • Underarm zips provide ventilation so you can easily release excess heat after a long hike
  • Attached hood is large enough to pull over a helmet and fully adjustable
  • Powder skirt is attached, fully adjustable, and made of stretch material in order to create a tight fit that seals out deep snow
  • An array of interior pockets gives you storage for all your small essentials
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Awesome Jacket

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:Runs large

Bought this jacket last year to replace a 10 year old worn out Northface jacket. Gotta say I was extremely happy with it. Spent a lot of time on the slopes with it. From freezing temps and high winds to days when I was able to open the vents this piece did the job. only downfall, I'm 5'10" and the sleeves are a bit long. other than that, all good

Favorite piece.

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

With the possible exception of my 24 L Deuter day pack, this coat is my favorite piece of gear that I've packed out on my 120 day expedition. I got it on sale for $130, down from $300, and it keeps me warm and dry. I wore it in a canoe in the driving rain for 10 hours in 40 degree weather with 12 mph winds, and I was the only warm person on the expedition. Straight up boss coat.

All around good jacket

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Took this jacket up to 11,000 elevation in 50-60 mph winds and only had a couple of thin layers underneath it. Worked amazing at keeping the gust from blowing through the jacket and keeping me warm. Didn't get to try it out in wet conditions but when the snow fell it stayed dry. It got a little warm on the days above 35 degrees but the pit zips worked well. I bought a large and its a little longer than listed as hip length but then again I'm only 5'10"but non the less it kept the snow out. I gotta say I'm pretty happy with it.