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A down jacket that's ready for any weather.
Every skier dreams of a durable down jacket with fluffy warmth that can take a beating at the resort, which is why Spyder gives you the Men's Rocket Down Jacket. You get that everlasting, wonderful warmth we all admire with 700-fill goose down insulation, except Spyder welded the baffles for long-lasting durability against the corduroy-cruising, ice-scraping, and snow-plowing adventures we call skiing. An Xt.L laminate protects the down with waterproof qualities, fully taped seams keep you dry in wet weather, and waterproof zippers over all external openings give this jacket waterproof protection in ways that your hardshell might not even dream of. A Pertex Shield prevents tears against the roughest icy abrasions at the park, and a Spylon+ DWR coating adds even more durability and protection against snow storms. The polyester lining offers all the stretch you need to turn, torque, and twist off the biggest kickers.
The Rocket Down also features vents at the core to let out some steam when you pick up a sweat. You can snap the powder skirt back when you don't need it to keep snow off your backside, and the adjustable, insulated hood is removable whether there's nothing but sunny skies overhead. A smooth chamois wipes the crud off your goggles without a scratch.
- Xt.L laminate (10K/7K), fully taped seams
- Pertex Shield with Spylon+ DWR coating
- Custom embossed stretch polyester
- 700-fill goose down insulation, welded down baffles
- Core ventilation system
- Snap-back powder skirt with gripper elastic
- Removable, insulated hood with adjustable opening
- Waterproof zippers over pockets and two-way, center front
- Hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs with gussets, drawcord hem
- Chamois lens wipe
Share your thoughts
Is the hood with down or not? Can I wear...
Is the hood with down or not? Can I wear it in daily life? I mean not just on skiing or skateboard. Thanks!
Yes, the hood does have down strategicall placed around traditionally cold areas. I also think this would be an excellent all around jacket. Warm enough for windy slopes, but also light enough to not overheat you when stationary or when standing inside a building.