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For days in the white room.

Head out on dawn patrol in the highly protective and fully featured Men's Powder Bowl Ski Jacket by Patagonia. Gore-Tex gives this coat guaranteed waterproof breathable protection while the watertight Slim Zip prevents a single snowflake from sliding in. The Powder Bowl's adjustable powder skirt attaches to Patagonia's snow pants via the webbing loops, and underarm zippers help ventilate airflow when you're working up a sweat.

The Powder Bowl also features a hood that you can adjust for a snug fit, remove when there's nothing but sun overhead, or slide it over your helmet when conditions get rough. Recco's avalanche rescue reflector can help recco-equipped ski patrols find you in case of an emergency.

  • Gore-Tex shell
  • Regular fit
  • Underarm zippers
  • Adjustable powder skirt with webbing loops
  • Helmet-compatible, removable, adjustable hood
  • Watertight Slim Zip
  • Recco reflector

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Great Shell

  • Fit:Runs large
  • Height: 5'10"
    Weight: 190 lbs
    Size Purchased: Medium

5'10" 190 and the medium fits great with a baselayer and down midlayer. I wear a large in Patagonia Down vest and jacket. Very durable, no worries of tearing in the trees.

Great Shell

I'm going to Japan in December, will this jacket be warm enough for the really cold conditions?


This jacket is basically a shell with a mesh liner, designed to be versatile, and will be warm as long as you layer underneath it well. There is an Insulated Powder Bowl jacket as well, which is very warm even with just a baselayer underneath. Same shell, but with synthetic insulation added.

Hi, im 6,4 what would be the right size for me? XL or XXL?

Hey Jake,

What are your measurements:






Those will help paint a good picture of you and we can see whether the XL or XXL will fit best.

Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!

Jared D.

Expert Gearhead



Great jacket

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 6'2"
    Size Purchased: XL

I picked up this jacket right before a attending a ski camp. Wore it five straight days in very cold temps and really love this jacket. The fit is perfect for me, sleeves are a perfect length and really enjoy the longer back. Was a little concerned with the color but it looks better in person compared to the picture. This jacket has great pocket placement too. Its a keeper.



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

BROS! this jacket is a twisted stone cold shred shield. i was worried at first that it was to long and that the thickness of the gortex would make me a sweaty Betty, fear not though cause this network of hooded looks is T.I.G.H.T.! take it from me ive but it through some serious back-country action. i mean.. you would have thought it was thanks giving and the mountain was a turkey i was doing so much carving.. got it in black like snow ninja..the hood works great over my brain bucket and the arm sleeve as simple as it sounds has changed my chair lift game as far as chapstick or a flask... get out and arrest some pow bros.


Some things are better simple

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:True to size

I just got this jacket after owning an older version. I must say, at first I was taken back. It seemed like patagonia had almost gone back in time. A lot of the features- like waterproof pit zippers and a fancy drawstring for the hood- where not featured on my newer jacket. I think patagonia realized that simpler is better. My old jacket was wearing heavily because of the waterproof pit zippers (they were too stiff). The draw string system was also problematic. It would loosen over time. So in conclusion, sometimes the old ways are better than fancy new ways. This jacket is proof.

Some things are better simple