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Minimalist on the outside, but all business under the hood.

Answer the call of deep-winter storm cycles by zipping up your Trew Gear Men's Bellows Jacket and sprinting for the hills protected by waterproof and breathable 20k-rated fabric. A pair of cavernous chest pockets swallow up spare gloves, goggles, and your lunch, while a fleece-lined collar keeps your neck warm amidst the storm. Reach for the vented and loose-fitting Bellows when you call in sick for your day job in order to do some serious "work".

  • 3-Layer Gelanots Fabric uses a membrane that adapts to the temperature of your body so as you get warmer the spaces between the molecules increases so excess heat can escape
  • YKK Aquaguard water-resistant zippers means that moisture won't leak in at your side zips when you're shredding
  • Oversized pit zips run 16-inches in length so heat can escape quickly and easily
  • DWR-coated fleece lines the inside of the neck and keeps you warm without soaking up moisture from the snow
  • The helmet-compatible hood easily slides over your lid so you can cover up on bitter days without removing your protection

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I am 5'6 , 155 pounds and don't like things...

I am 5'6 , 155 pounds and don't like things to baggy what size should i go for small or medium

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Im 5,8 165 and I wear a M bellows. Though it is a lil slimmer fit then I want. For you I think M would be perfect.

4 5

Black/white bellows

This jacket is awesome! super sick style and is good for a tech shell that will keep you dry and warm. Powder skirt isn't the best but I don't really care about that, the jacket itself is damn nice. The front chest pockets are just velcro so it's nice for beer.

I am 6'0" 175 lbs. w/ a 42" chest. Would...

I am 6'0" 175 lbs. w/ a 42" chest. Would you recommend the medium or the large in the: "Trew Gear Bellows Jacket - Men's" I don't want a very tight fit, but I also don't want it to Float on me. Any Input would be greatly appreciated...

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OJG III

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I would recommend the Bellows in size Large for someone with your numbers. It is a looser fit in general, but it won't be too baggy with your length. I am 5'9" 170lbs and it fits with a nice loose freeride style.

5 5

Two Big Thumbs Up!

I skied in the bellows jacket all of last year and what can I say, it's an amazing jacket. Great to see a small company run by a few dedicated skiers/boarders take on the big outerwear companies and give them a real run for their money. The fit and performance is great whether i'm in bounds or or out on a hut trip. The waterproofness and quality of materials is as good as it gets. Oh and of course they are super stylish - I guarantee you will get a ton of people asking you about your Trew jacket......