Takes the technical shell to the next level.
The Trew Men's Pow Funk Jacket and your dynamic, creative freeriding skills make a statement in both the resort and backcountry. The crew at Trew combined technical construction, practical storage options, weatherproof protection, and Trew's original, inimitable style to give you one handsome-looking jacket while you 180 off of windlips and scream down steep, deep pow lines.
- Waterproof breathable Gelanots membrane, fully taped Bemis seams, a DWR coating, and water-resistant zippers shed fat fluffy flakes while you rip turns down an oasis of pillowy snow
- Designed for dynamic and creative freeriding for those who see a quarterpipe in every windlip and a rainbow rail in every snowbound sapling
- Brushed nylon tricot backing feels smooth against your skin and wicks moisture away so you're not a clammy mess when you hike for your turns
- Freeride fit and an extra-long length make the Pow Funk a super-versatile jacket for use in both the backcountry and resort
- 16-inch zippered underarm vents ditch excess heat
- Helmet-compatible hood with three-point adjustment shields your head and face from the elements
- Ergonomic powder skirt blocks out the snow and cold
- 360-degree, DWR-treated microfleece-lined collar boosts comfort
- Pack-friendly crossover chest pocket for convenience while you skin or hike in the backcountry
- A plethora of internal and external pockets stash your spare goggles, tunes, utility tool, or PB&J sandwich
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Love this jacket! It's super durable, waterproof, breathable, and it was surprising how warm it kept me with blowing winds (mind I do layer on the colder of days). The pocket space is amazing, the fit is great 6'1 175 lbs. went with an XL, as well as an XL in the Trewth Bib's. Fit's kind of baggy but has a slimmer fit to it. This is one of a few Trew gear jacket's I have and is my favorite for skiing, touring, being in the mountains.
Thought this vid would also help with the fitting......
The Pow Funk keeps me dry no matter how hard it's dumping and it's light weight enough to take on all my backcountry excursions. Not to mention the style and fit keep me smiling.
This my go to all around jacket. The pocket placement keeps it slim yet allows for ample storage. The longer fit keeps the wet away. The color schemes will get complimented if your into that kind of thing. Do good and support TREW, they are in this for u.
The Pow Funk is hands down the best jacket that I have ever worn. It's durable, lightweight, breathable and most importantly waterproof. I ski in the PNW where wet snow is common and I have yet to get even damp when wearing this jacket this year. Also, it's lightweight so it can easily pack down into your backpack for those long tours in the backcountry but is warm enough for cruising the resort on the coldest of days. It comes with more pockets than you can ever need and the longer freeride is perfect for looking like a badass on the hill and getting the ladies in the lodge! I will never wear another jacket again...For reference I'm around 5'10" and wear an XL.
The Pow Funk can handle a beating without batting an eye. This long cut stylish piece is my go to for resort riding. Solid construction and cool color matching make this piece stand out. Many useful pockets and a great fit make this one of my all time favorite jackets.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
If you are on the fence about this or any of Trews other gear, dont be, pull the trigger now and dont look back.
Super well built jacket, VERY tough material, and great style and performance to boot what more could you ask for.
Had this out in all sorts of conditions from bluebird pow days to freezing rain and stayed dry and happy the whole time. Tons of well placed pockets, media routing, all pow skirt, all the bells and whistles. And the hood fits over my Large Smith Vantage helmet.
For sizing reference I am 5'10" 160 lbs and went with the large, probably could have gone down to a medium as I have plenty of room but I wanted a more relaxed fit.