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Pay tribute to the ‘Conk and jump off something already.

Let wind, nor frigid powder, or whiskey-chugging-saucer-action keep you from hucking your meat off something wearing the Sessions Men’s Shane McConkey Jacket. This loose-fit, three-layer jacket pays tribute to the Man while keeping you bone-dry in any conditions thanks to a Gore-Tex waterproof breathable membrane. Set a booter up a menacing face while chest and back-arm vents release your excess heat and the suspension storm skirt blocks out snow. When you hit the peak, pull the removable neck gaiter over your mischievous grin, slide a pair of earbuds from behind the elastic headphone loops, and send that slope like you’re hair is on fire.

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5 5

sierra cement junkie

great jacket, could not ask for better protection from the elements. I live in the heart of the sierra's and ski between 80-100 days a year, this jacket took everything i could throw at it and then some. From bluebird days to whiteout conditions this jacket is legit! Buy one and enjoy!

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Saucer boy

Some improvements over last years model which I really like anyways. The powder skirt is now removable so it doesn't have a big ol sinch line around it when you wear it when your not sking. Pocket placement is also improved. Jacket has tons of features. Me likey.

Is the Gore-tex 3 layer comparable to...

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Is the Gore-tex 3 layer comparable to Gore-tex Pro Shell 3 Layer? Also, does the loose fit mean the jacket will be baggy?

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I must have missed the part about Softshell. How would the 3L softshell hold up vs. the Proshell?