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Last Chair Stretch Insulated Anorak - Men's

3.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
Current price: $111.60 Original price: $279.00
60% off
Color:Fired Brick/Brown Sugar


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Why We Built The Backcountry Last Chair Stretch Insulated Anorak

Whatever run we choose and whatever conditions the mountain brings, our Backcountry Last Chair Stretch Insulated Anorak keeps us ready to shred. We sourced recycled materials that stretch for unrestricted twists and tweaks on airs, hold in heat on frigid mornings and wet afternoons, and keep waste out of landfills for a clear conscience. When we work up a sweat, we zip open the vents to cool off, and when fresh snow starts to fall, we cinch the hood over our head, ensuring the flakes don't find a way past this layer's impermeable yet breathable membrane.


  • Toasty stretch pullover for slicing groomers and grinding rails
  • 2-layer construction provides breathable waterproofing
  • Recycled synthetic insulation for eco-friendly warmth
  • Two-way extended side zipper allows an easy on-off
  • Adjustable 3-panel hood offers additional coverage
  • Wrist gaiters and cinchable hem help seal out the elements
  • Underarm and side zippers allow increased airflow
  • Zippered pockets secure all your essentials on the hill
  • Item #BCCZ2V0
Responsible Collection
[membrane/laminate] Drytex (2-layer), [face fabric] 88% recycled polyester, 12% spandex), C0 PFC-free DWR treatment
Primaloft Black (100% recycled synthetic)
Waterproof Rating
Breathability Rating
fully sealed
below hip, cinchable hem
Center Back Length
[medium] 31in
fixed, 3-panel, adjustable
zippered kangaroo, 1 zippered front, 1 pass
left-side mesh-lined underarm zipper, right-side two-way zipper
wrist gaiters
Claimed Weight
[medium]1lb 13oz
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

3.5 based on 2 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

May 2, 2024

Fantastic Jacket w/ Just a Few Quirks

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
5' 11"

Got this just before the 23/24 season. I generally prefer insulated jackets instead of shells so it's easier to pack up, and I was intrigued by the blew color of this jacket! Sizing is spot on, with just a tad extra room to add layers underneath or for increased mobility. I'm 5'11" and 230 lbs and the XL was perfect for me. The warmth is perfect, and the ventilation options are pretty good. There's a full length zipper to mid arm for entry/exit, and the other size has a little shorter length zipper for venting, but still vents over the pits so not too bad there. Opening the main pocket also allows some venting so while I was warm I was never overheating. The jacket is also surprisingly flexible, and so far I've had zero rips or issues, plus it's mostly waterproof (haven't had any super wet sessions but I was never wet at least). I've really only got two complaints about this otherwise perfect jacket. Like the other reviewer, I found the inner hand liners to be a bit short. When you put them on it really pulls on the stitching and it feels like it will rip. It seems to be attached just before the wrist, and the first few uses I heard audibly some stitches popping. I stopped using them after that and didn't find it to be too big of an issue. The second is that the main pouch zipper gets stuck frequently. It's not catching on fabric (though sometimes it does) but it just doesn't want to work, and it's always when trying to close the pocket instead of on open. Additionally, it could use a separate zipper on this pocket so you get access from both directions. I'm right-handed, but the zipper pulls left to open. So to open the pocket you need to use your left hand or do an awkward push with the right. It would be nice to have a second zipper that goes the other way so you have options. In any case, I would still highly recommend this jacket. Got it on sale for just over $100 and it well exceeds the quality of the price I paid!

Joey Z
3 out of 5 stars

March 8, 2024

Pretty good but not good enough.

I've used it several times
Size Bought:

First, I love the style and color of this jacket. It’s plenty warm with pit zips and side vents if you get warm. The downfalls are basically one giant pocket and no pockets inside the jacket. Also no powder skirt kinda sucks. The worst thing about this jacket for me though was that the hood has no way of being secured, and just flaps around when bombing down the mountain. The other negative for me personally Is that the arms felt short—so when I used the wrist gaiters, they pulled on my thumbs when I was fully extending my arms and I felt like I was going to rip them out of the sleeves. For reference I’m about 6’3” and 230 pounds and I tried the XL. Ultimately I returned the jacket.

jonathan j