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All the tech you need with a style that's easy on the eyes.
The Men's Whole Lotta Jacket has all the features you need to stay dry during heavy, wet winter storms, and it packs a relaxed fit that feels comfortable on the lift or on the street. Mountain Hardwear may have stacked this jacket with three-layer shell fabric, underarm ventilation, and an offset center front zipper for performance, but the style steers clear of mountaineering/climbing Everest seriousness.
- 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
- 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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I'm 5'10," 170 lbs and looking for a jacket...
I'm 5'10," 170 lbs and looking for a jacket that can handle most resort days, some back country, and everyday winter activity. Would a large be too big? and would this fit those conditions? Gracias!
I would suggest a large for you in the Mountain Hardwear Whole Lotta Jacket if you intend to layer underneath with a hoody, down, or some other mid layer. This would be a good option for someone who is looking for a good ski/casual winter jacket that is not overly teched out with fancy belles and whistles.
High Quality Product
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This Jacket is very warm considering it is a shell and the waterproofing is outstanding. It is extremely high quality and light weight and after a month there are no signs of wear or tear despite daily use.
It is also true to its size and not a ridiculously long jacket, the medium size actually fits like a medium.
Are those really epaulettes on the shoulders...
Are those really epaulettes on the shoulders of this jacket? Please, MH, its getting hard enough to find jeans designed to fit around your waist not your butt, leave this last bastion of functionality alone!