Spring skiing sessions require style.
It's a shirt, it's a jacket ... no, it's the Mountain Hardwear Men's Trekkin Insulated Flannel Shacket, bringing the style and the protection you want on warm spring days at the ski resort. Its lightweight taffeta shell has a DWR coating to shed spray, and Thermal.Q insulation provides a bit of warmth to keep you happy on cool bluebird days. This regular-fitted shacket also features a snap closure front and two chest pockets.
- Micro taffeta shell with DWR coating
- Thermal.Q insulation
- Standard fit
- Snap closure front
- Two chest pockets with snap closures
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
I agree with other reviewers. I thought this would be cool, but it just ended up being weird. Are you a jacket or a shirt!? I returned it.
Ok but not great
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This piece is a cool idea but not sure what the application is except fashion. It's not really all that warm but maybe I'm expecting too much from two pieces of nylon sandwiching air and a thin layer of polyester.
It looks great and fits great but not sure what it's supposed to do. It has two nice chest pockets and a good fit. I'm short and stocky-ish and a medium fits great (15 in neck, 33-34 inch sleeve).
Like the shirt
I ordered this and really like it. Heavy enough for a brisk fall morning but thin enough to pop under a shell as a great layer.
I am 5 10" 185 LBS and I ordered the Large. I am returning it for the Medium. The sleeves were about 2 inches to long and it was cut a little fuller in the waist than I cared for. Its not a "fitted" cut. Cant wait for the new one to come!!!