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Rustler Gore-Tex Stretch Jacket
Why We Like It
With the Rustler Jacket, we set out to achieve the pinnacle piece for all-weather protection, equally at home earning turns or riding free refills at the resort. We gave it powerful Gore-Tex protection to keep us dry on the deepest days, and articulated, stretchy construction to make every slash of powder effortless. For those longer days exploring away from the lifts, we graced the Rustler with a chest pocket large enough for a radio, and a unique design that includes a secondary zip at the neck for hood expansion and additional venting. And, not to leave any stone unturned, we insulated the phone pocket so that we'll always have a soundtrack for the ride down.
Our passion, Gore’s Expertise
Our gear-loving expertise in the mountains goes back more than 20 years, and Gore-Tex is one of our favorite names in the game. Given our passion for the outdoors and Gore’s industry-defining expertise, it only makes sense that we teamed up to produce outerwear that defends on storm days and delivers comfort when we’re playing hard.
Benchmark for waterproof, breathable performance
Gore-Tex is a synthetic laminate that features thousands of tiny holes small enough to prevent water droplets from penetrating but large enough to allow water vapor to escape. This combination prevents snow and rain from reaching layers while still allowing hot air and water vapor to escape, managing moisture from external and internal sources.
Low-weight breathability for chasing goals
3-layer construction is more breathable, more packable, more durable, and lighter than its 2-layer counterpart, so it thrives during strenuous efforts in the worst weather. This construction features a technical laminate attached directly to a face fabric and a backer. Though it’s called 3-layer, the design works more like a single layer that seals out the weather while releasing excess heat and moisture. In this process, the face and backer provide protection while the laminate does the heavy lifting of sealing out water and releasing moisture.
Keeps even the sneakiest moisture at bay
Even the highest-rated membranes won’t do a whole lot of good if the seams between aren’t defended. We fully seal every seam on our technical outerwear, so melting snow doesn’t find its way into baselayers.
Modern style with room for layers
Our regular fit is built with inbounds resort riding in mind. The cut accommodates multiple insulated layers for the coldest days on hill, while still tapering in just the right places to provide a clean look that’s at home across the world.
Coverage from deep snow
Powder skirts are built into the inside of the jacket at the waist to prevent snow from blowing up into your layers while you slash and turn in powder. They feature a closure at the front and elastic around the bottom to create a seal that can keep snow out, or be undone for more comfort during days spent on-piste.
Designed to thrive in lift-accessed terrain
Built with daily use in mind, our resort-oriented outerwear features a durable and waterproof construction that keeps you covered through changing weather and holds up to daily wear and tear.
- Backcountry Exclusive
- A lightweight hardshell designed for ski touring or resort wear
- Gore-Tex delivers waterproof, breathable performance in wet snow
- Stretch construction ensures full mobility on the slopes
- Snow skirt and adjustable hood and cuffs seal out wind and snow
- Stowable thumb loops can slip over your gloves to secure sleeves
- Hand pockets are placed for access even with pack or harness on
- Sleeve pocket includes an interior card slot to secure your pass
- YKK Aquaguard zips prevent any moisture from slipping through
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- Q & A
How much do these weigh?
This jacket weighs 28oz in a size Medium. 1 lbs, 12oz.
This Gore-Tex jacket looks the most similar to the Kokatat full zip jacket, that I use for kayak fishing, which isn't made anymore. My question is would this jacket work well for winter kayak fishing? Does the hood just have the adjustment in the front, and not in the back? Can the hood fit tight enough for 20-30 mph winds?
The jacket has an oversized fit so it will fit well over layers and is built to move so could work pretty well for kayaking. The hood is meant to fit over a helmet and has drawstrings in the front for the face opening with another pulltab in the back for the halo adjust. If you cinch it down tight enough over a helmet, the hood should stay put in those conditions. Let us know how it works!