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Fit for the resort or the sidecountry, even during deep storm cycles.
In the past, Mountain Hardwear's winter jackets bore a fit engineered specifically for the mountaineering crowd, but now this iconic outdoor brand has expanded its scope. The Men's Snowzilla Insulated Jacket has a design for winter athletes who enjoy a more relaxed style. Rather than skimp on the details just because this jacket falls into its 'freeride' line, Mountain Hardwear gave the Snowzilla Jacket toasty insulation, high-end waterproof fabric, and enough ventilation to cool you down quickly after a long, hot bootpack.
- 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
- Hood and hem drawcords make for quick, one-handed fit adjustment
- An array of interior pockets gives you storage for all your small essentials
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I am 6'1" and weight about 220 lbs. I would...
I am 6'1" and weight about 220 lbs. I would be using this jacket for every day use, as well as for snowshoeing. Whta size would be better if I was to layer underneath it? The XL or the XXL?
Any chance you could measure your chest and waist?
Based on your height I'd want to put you in an XL, but I can't be 100% positive without those other key measurements.
If you can, let us know and we'll do our best to help you out!
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1. Does anyone know the...
1. Does anyone know the waterproof rating on this? Or an aproximate?
2. Does this have taped seams? I tried one on and it doesnt appear to....
The waterproof rating for the Dry Q Core 2-layer by Mountain Hardwear is 40,000 mm.
I've searched around and it doesn't look like the seams are taped.
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Great jacket one shortcoming
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have the un-insulated shell version of this jacket. The jacket is awesome but the only thing that I have a problem is that the dry-q doesnt work as well as it should. I got pretty wet while shoveling snow, in the jacket's defense it was practically raining out, it was hovering right around 32? while I was working. besides that it fits really well (6'3" 200 lbs, XL) even though I like mine a little more baggy so I can fit my puffy underneath underneath.
What is the temperature rating on this...
What is the temperature rating on this jacket before one would have to layer? I am 6' 185lbs and like a long fit in the arms. What size would I take? Thank You
Mark. Due to the varying nature of human physiology and many many other variables we have shied away from giving temperature ratings to our jackets. Especially considering that when you would want to layer versus someone else would vary greatly day to day and possibly even hour to hour. With that said, the Snowzilla Insulated Jacket utilizes 80grams of Thermic Micro synthetic insulation which will keep you pretty warm in cold weather especially if you are active and skiing. With your dimensions, I would think that you would be the most comfortable in a large. I hope this info helps!