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Mammut
Taiss Pro HS Hooded Jacket - Men's

5 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
Current price: $279.50 - $363.35 Original price: $559.00
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Color:Blood Red

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Why We Like The Mammut Taiss Pro HS Hooded Jacket

When our only goal is the summit, we rely on the Mammut Taiss Pro HS Hooded Jacket to get us there. The Mammut Dry DRYtechnology Pro 3L laminate provides complete waterproof and breathable coverage for when the weather blows in, while the nylon face fabric fights saturation and moves with us while we reach for a hand hold or scramble across rocky ridges. When the route proves harder work than we imagined, we simply open up the underarm vents to prevent overheating, and reach for a quick snack in one of the many pockets.


Details

  • Mountaineering shell designed for the most involved alpine missions
  • Stretch nylon face fabric handles abrasion and prevents saturation
  • 3-layer laminate offers complete waterproof and breathable coverage
  • Adjustable hood fights off gusting snow and blowing winds
  • Full-length front zipper and dual underarm vents dump excess heat
  • Zip-off powder skirt goes from backcountry riding to climbing
  • Multitude of pockets keep important items securely nearby
  • Item #MAMU5RD
Material
[membrane/laminate] Mammut DRYtechnology Pro 3L, [face fabric] 100% nylon, DWR treatment
Insulation
none
Waterproof Rating
20,000mm
Breathability Rating
20,000g/m²
Seams
fully sealed
Fit
regular
Length
hip
Hood
adjustable
Pockets
2 zippered chest, zippered sleeve, mesh inner
Venting
X-vented underarm
Powder Skirt
zip-off
Claimed Weight
1lb 7oz (655g)
Activity
mountaineering, ski mountaineering, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, ice climbing
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 2 years

Overall Rating

5 based on 3 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

May 20, 2024

Great jacket for skiing in lighter conditions as well as mountaineering

Lisa S
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Originally reviewed on ExpertVoice.com

5 out of 5 stars

January 25, 2024

Phenomenal Quality and Fit

I am 5'11" and 175lbs, I have a very long torso and lengthy arms. This jacket fits perfect in a Medium. Most jackets have good arm length but feel too short. I like the backs of jackets longer as well as the sleeves and this fit the bill. The waterproofness has been top notch and great for a shell. You can use this as a resort shell, everyday shell, or a ski touring shell. It feels solid and the 70D outer is strong but not loud and crinkly. Definitely recommend to anyone who needs an all purpose jacket.

Jack H
ExpertVoice.com

Originally reviewed on ExpertVoice.com

5 out of 5 stars

November 13, 2023

Solid shell

High quality and well built. Have used this in wet snow and the waterproofing was great. Also used it on a windy cold day in the Colorado alpine, and it had good wind blocking, the pit zips are easy to use.. I'm happy with it so far, I got it for skiing, ice climbing and hiking and it will work good. Weight didn't seem too bad and it's got a nice heavy weight feel. I like the material, the outer is just a little soft and has nice feel. The hood is large, and im sure would fit a helmet.. A couple cons: arms are just slightly long, to fully cover gloves I think but are long for normal use. The zippers seem good but are a little smaller sized to use with gloves. For fit, I'm 5'9 about 170 and got the large. It's not an athletic fit and is slightly boxy, but I found it comfortable in the chest and waist and can still have a layer under it. I use a lighter thermal type jacket under it comfortably. A mid weight down could be worn but it's a little snug.

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Originally reviewed on ExpertVoice.com