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Trew Gear's Men's Cosmic Jacket features a Dermizax EV membrane and fully taped seams that provide exquisite waterproof breathable protection to keep you dry. The 3-layer Private Reserve shell is surprisingly durable for how thin it is, and it ensures excellent breathability for skinning across the backcountry.

The Cosmic's features may make you believe that Trew Gear learned its outerwear-crafting skills from aliens who lived on a planet with worse weather than ours. The powder skirt's jacket-to-pant interface connects to Trew Gear's Eagle pant for complete coverage in winter's gnarliest weather. Trew Gear added a zipper at each underarm for ventilated airflow. The helmet-compatible hood adjusts for a beanie, and hook-and-loop cuffs keep cold drafts out of the sleeves.

  • Dermizax EV membrane
  • 3-layer Private Reserve shell
  • Fully taped seams
  • Athletic fit
  • Zippered underarm vents
  • Powder skirt with jacket-to-pant interface
  • Adjustable helmet-compatible hood
  • Hook-and-loop cuffs

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Wondering about fit. I'm 5'9", 155 lbs with an athletic build. It looks like a M might be right for me but just wanted to see if anyone my size had any recommendations. Thanks.


Great Jacket at the Price Point

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 6'3"
    Weight: 180 lbs
    Size Purchased: XL

This is my second Trew jacket. I originally had the Bellows for two seasons and then had it replaced with Cosmic this year. First and foremost the biggest selling point for Trew is their warranty. I've warrantied both bibs and a jacket and had no issues, nor have I ever heard of anyone ever having issues. Unfortunately, I've had to warranty the gear more than I would like to, thus the 4 star rating. I originally warrantied my bibs as the fabric was warping (no issues with the new ones!). With my Bellows jackets they had just switched to a new manufacturer who glued the seams at the wrong temperature causing them to immediately fall apart. I sent it in for repair, but they forgot to reglue the pit zips with promptly fell apart last season. When I sent the jacket back for the second time instead of repairing it (which they absolutely could have) they offered me a new jacket instead. As I said, their warranty is fantastic and the highest selling point for the brand in my opinion.

Onto the Cosmic in specific. I actually like the layout of this jacket more than the Bellows, it's just so clean and simple. I'm 6'3 180 lbs and wear an XL, it has a baggy fit (which I like) without being crazy baggy, but I could get away with an L if I was looking for a more athletic fit. The chest pockets are great, easy storage for small items. This year they made a change and the hand pockets are ginormous... I mean freakin huge... like you can actually fit a skin comfortably in each pocket or a platypus water bag... I looove this change to the jacket! The pass pocket on the wrist is clutch for an easy swipe through RFID gates rather than feeling like you need to start humping the reader when your pass is in your pant or hand pocket. The internal drop pockets are great for extra google lens or any remaining gear. Bottom line is the Cosmic has a great layout with lots of pocket space while it still has a sleek and clean appearance without protruding cargo pockets.

The only minor complaint I had with this jacket was that the velcro strap for the wrist cuff tore off very easily. I didn't want to take the time to send it in for repairs and found a shop in town that fixed it quickly for $6. It's not a big deal, but I have to admit that there has been some kind of flaw with every piece of Trew gear I've owned. The material is pretty bombproof and has never torn on me, I love the style, it's at a great price, but it is not the highest quality outerwear out on the market. Hopefully eventually they will get their products dialed in 100%, but they're still just not quite there yet.

Overall I do love this jacket and absolutely recommend it. If you have plenty of cash to spend and want the absolute best look at other brands, possibly Arcteryx. If you want something made with strong material, a very reasonable price, an outstanding warranty policy that you can have 100% faith in, and Trew is your kind of style stop thinking about it and pull the trigger!


Great Jacket

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

I am actually reviewing the 2013/14 model. Mine is green, yellow and brown in color. I got the jacket for half price prior to this season. I previously had an insulated Karbon jacket that was too warm to wear on days above 30 F.

The Trew Cosmo fits me very well. I'm 6'1", 180 lbs. and have an athletic build. I bought a large for this jacket. I'm broad shouldered with a narrow waist and have trouble finding anything that flatters. Most jackets are either too tight in the shoulders (Mountain Hardwear) or billow at my waist (Patagonia). I'm a loyal Patagucci fan, but their jackets aren't athletically cut enough for me. To give you an idea of Patagonia's weird fit, I fit better in their XL jackets, but own and love a medium sized snow pant. Yeah, I got small legs, but that's 2 steps between jacket and pants. I would say the Trew Cosmic is the same level of quality as Patagucci and also comes with a lifetime warranty. I just hope this young company continues to thrive.

Other things I love:

1. Very durable and water repellant. Halfway through the northern VT ski season, and I have skied very tight glades and in rain. No rips and no leaks! I recently wore this jacket during the 2 storms in Boston where we got 3+ feet of snow in a week. After snow blowing a driveway and sidewalk, I was devoid of any clinging powder. Awesome.

2. Huge wrist openings that tighten with velcro so you can easily tuck in your wrist cover from your gloves.

3. Lots of technical features: powder skirt, under arm vents, waist cinches which can be pulled from the lower front pockets, two chest pockets (one has opening to run earbuds).

4. Roomy enough for a down layer. I wear a 700 fill Helly Hansen underneath if the weather is below 20F. Helly also fits me well because of their more Euro style, trim cut.

Some minor dislikes:

1. The hood could be bigger. I have a Smith Vantage, so a very low profile helmet. Putting the hood up over my helmet feels really tight.

2. The main zipper is hard to close. Especially in weather when it's below 10F. I think the zipper teeth shrink in extreme cold and become super hard to zip. Especially with mittens on. Also the top of the zipper tucks under a little hood so it doesn't freeze in falling snow. Something about this hood is difficult to use with even lightweight gloves on.

I would totally purchase this jacket again. I tried on at least a dozen Patagonia, Mammut and Mountain Hardware branded shells. The Trew Cosmic fits me awesome and looked great.

I got 2 small holes in the sleeves from standing too close to a bonfire. I asked Trew about a repair and they said lead time is 6-8 weeks! I decided to cover the holes with tenacious tape until the season is over, then I'll send it in for repair.

Great Jacket