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    Required wear when you visit to the white room.

    The Patagonia Men's Powslayer is the jacket you'll want when you're slashing pow turns through truly bottomless conditions. Its three-layer Gore-Tex Pro shell with fully taped seams will keep you dry during those days when you spend the majority of your time gasping for breath between prolonged visits to the white room. And since the deepest stashes are often found between the trees, the super durable 40-denier nylon ripstop face will withstand heavy wear and tear when you're hunting down untracked lines between Mt. Baker's pine boughs and Hokkaido's dense stands of ash trees.

    The Powslayers have a relaxed fit to keep them comfortable whether you're riding in the backcountry or spinning laps in the resort. Two underarm vents let you lose heat quick before you sweat through your mid- and baselayers. An integrated powder skirt fits comfortably over compatible Patagonia pants, while the adjustable hem, hood, and cuffs ensure that can seal out the elements when high winds threaten to blow all that blower powder away. The pocket configuration of the Powslayer works well for resort and backcountry riding with pockets for a pass, skins, and media players all easily accessible.

    • Gore-Tex Pro shell (three-layer)
    • 40D nylon ripstop face with DWR finish
    • Fully taped seams
    • Relaxed fit
    • Underarm ventilation zips
    • Helmet-compatible, 2-way adjustable hood
    • Integrated powder skirt
    • Watertight Vislon center zipper
    • Built-in reflector may help RECCO-equipped ski patrol locate you in an emergency
    • Item #PAT00VD

    Tech Specs

    [membrain/laminate] Gore-Tex Pro (3-layer), [face fabric] 40D ripstop nylon, DWR treatment
    full taped
    2 chest, 1 sleeve, 1 internal media, 2 mesh drop-in
    underarm zips
    Powder Skirt
    Claimed Weight
    20.9 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    New age baggy feel

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Medium

    Compared to my Patagonia Super Alpine hardshell, wearing this jacket has the feeling as if you just lost 40 pounds. The small is a little too small across the chest and shoulders, so I stayed with a medium like I am in most Patagonia products. It was designed more for the free ski look, so I am definitely not complaining about it, just be prepared if you have other technical shells from Patagonia since the fit is night and day. There are plenty of pockets, on the outside and inside. A media pocket and headphone cord hole, water bottle or skin pockets on the inside, and the upper bicep pocket on the left arm is nice for the day or season pass depending on how baller you are. The RECCO is a nice safety feature that is added in as well, hidden between the shoulders under the collar. The hood easily fits over almost any helmet and is easily adjustable as well. My only complaint is the the Vislon zippers can be extremely stiff and hard to zip. My center zip hangs up above the top of the front pockets and can sometimes be a chore to get it zipped, but I'm starting to learn the nuances of this zipper. The pit zips are large and allow for plenty of venting which is nice as well.

    I am 5'8" 170lb with a fairly long torso and wear a medium across the board for the most part in Patagonia. The slim alpine fit stuff still fits well in a medium for me, just less room to layer underneath. The more relaxed fit still fits fine in a medium, just more room to layer or have that new school baggy look. In the picture, it was extremely windy on the summit that day, making the jacket look humongous. I will update someday with a normal non wind effected picture

    New age baggy feel

    Great Jacket That Will Last Years

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    The powslayer jacket is a great shell jacket. I'm 6'0" 160 lbs and the large fits me perfect for a baggier fit ski jacket with plenty of room for layering. The 3 layer gore Tex is obviously extremely waterproof, windproof and breathable. The powder skirt has a grippy synthetic and creates a great seal. The jacket is loaded with pockets including two inner pockets that are especially useful. I was a little hesitant of getting a Shell with no insulation but just pop a down layer on under this bad boy and you are good to go! Price was pretty high but worth it. Only downside I've noticed is the main zipper is a little stiff. Overall, great quality jacket that will last years.

    Worth the price

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Large

    Awesome jacket. It isn't cheap but it's worth the price, especially considering that it comes with a lifetime warranty.
    The fit is new school, long and roomy without being baggy. I would say it runs a bit large, as do most Patagonia products in my opinion. I am 5'11", 200 lbs, with broad shoulders (78" wingspan), 34" waist and I think the jacket fits me perfectly, albeit a bit large. I prefer my ski jacket a little long and roomy and this fits the bill. It leaves room for layering (can comfortably wear a down jacket underneath without feeling like the Michelin man) and is long enough to cover my rear end when standing.
    As far as the tech features, I can't think of anything they've missed. Everything is really well thought out, from the layout of the pockets to the minimalist powder skirt. Normally I hate powder skirts on jackets as I find them uncomfortable and that they mess up the fit, however I don't even notice this one is there and yet it keeps the snow out.
    Obviously the 3L pro gore shell is top of the line, I have skied from bell to bell in an absolute blizzard and stayed dry, even Tahoe storms that are on the warm/wet side.
    The hood is large enough to cover my size XL Smith helmet, which is nice on storm days. I will say one drawback if you are a snowboarder, it doesn't really work to wear the hood while riding if you are standing sideways. When skiing and facing straight down the hill it works fine, however it is uncomfortable to stand sideways and try to turn your head to look downhill with the hood on over a helmet.
    What else to say? I couldn't design a better high-end ski shell myself. Love this jacket and can't recommend highly enough.

    Simply AWESOME!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Medium

    This jacket is constructed VERY well! It's a highly technical jacket that doesn't look the part. Also, it doesn't feel like you're wearing a tarp as is sometimes the came with other Gore 3L jackets. I don't typically store things in the pockets of my outerwear, but if I did this jacket isn't short on pockets.

    My one concern is with the length. The jacket seemed pretty long for a medium, which I didn't expect given the fit of my other Patagonia jackets/shirts.

    Bottom line - I HIGHLY recommend this jacket for the resort rider or backcountry traveler.