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Saltoro Jacket - Men's

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $247.46 Original price: $329.95
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Why We Like The Saltoro Jacket

When doom clouds threaten our backpacking mission we reach into our pack for the Mountain Equipment Saltoro Jacket. This GORE-TEX Paclite jacket provides us with fully waterproof and breathable coverage, an adjustable hood that fits over a helmet if we are climbing, and an alpine fit that helps us move freely.


  • Backpacking and climbing shell designed for alpine adventures
  • GORE-TEX Paclite seals out moisture and breathes well
  • Full sealed seams prevent moisture from sneaking into your layers
  • Full-length front zipper makes for quick and easy on and off
  • Underarm zips dump excess heat when you work up a sweat
  • Helmet-compatible hood fights off cold winds and rainy weather
  • Item #MEQD08B
[membrane laminate] GORE-TEX (3-layer), GORE-TEX PACLITE (2.5-layer)
fully sealed
2 zippered hand
under arm zips
hiking, backpacking, trekking
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4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

February 15, 2024

Great value shell, but…

I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:
6' 1"

I want to live this shell: the price, the overall design, the workmanship, the materials selection (75D Gore Tex for higher wear areas plus Gore Pac-lite for breath ability & weight savings). I wanted an xl to fit my normally large sizing to allow for layers underneath, and, to avoid Mt. Equipment tendency to be snug around the neck. But, what I did not fully understand nor like is the short ‘underarm zip vents’ not longer zipper pit zips that seem to allow only limited ventilation. That limitation would drive me crazy I thought my so I reluctantly retuned it. Maybe my true rain shells will be the ones I wear to hike and ventilate to dump heat, maybe I don’t need more ventilation on mountaineering routes and then maybe again I will find a similar (or the same) ME shell that is as good as this one. Ugh! Almost perfect. P.s. I have 35” arms and the fit is 36” but then again it is an xl which is fine for layering.

David D