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Be ready for the weather.

The Mountain Hardwear Kryos Jacket combines weather-beating materials and synthetic insulation to make sure that you are comfortable even in heavy-hitting precipitation and freezing temps. You'll be ready for backcountry skiing in all kinds of weather and conditions.
  • Highly breathable Dry.Q Core gives you huge protection from the precip so you'll stay dry even if you're getting dumped on
  • Fully taped seams won't let moisture sneak in through the stitching
  • Thermic Micro insulation holds in warmth so you stay comfortable when the mercury drops
  • Underarm zip vents dump excess heat so you don't swamp out when you're working up a sweat
  • Stretch powder skirt won't let snow fly up your back when you're working the
  • deep stuff

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Runs Large

My son who is 5'11', 190 was swimming in the large -- between the big cut and the boxy shape, decided it needed to go back. Nice jacket otherwise, though -- looks like it will be very weather-resistant, particularly good for Northwest-type conditions.

What exactly is DryQ Core, and how does...

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What exactly is DryQ Core, and how does it compare to Elite? The breathability ratings are the same, but they're not a dynamic breathability test, so I don't know if one has higher air permeability or not. Help anyone?

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DryQ Core is the mid-range DryQ technology. The Elite series features MH's "Instant On" technology that is fully air-permeable all of the time, whereas Core and Active are more like a traditional membrane that requires you to get moving before the breathability kicks in.