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Ortovox Swisswool Andermatt 2L Jacket - Men's

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sale $306.00 Original price:$680.00

Swisswool Andermatt 2L Jacket

For freezing-cold backcountry missions and deep powder days at the resort, grab the warmth and protection of the Ortovox Swisswool Andermatt 2L Jacket. This unique jacket has a durably waterproof shell to keep you dry when you're graced with fluffy powder and cursed with wet slush. It's also filled with Swisswool insulation, an innovative insulation that uses primarily merino wool for warm-when-wet performance and natural breathability. Unique to this jacket is the Swisswool Black insulation, which uses seldom-used black wool for a touch of individuality that'll help inspire you to seek new heights and hit the biggest lines. Besides the dependable protection and warmth, this jacket has lots of features to help you get the most out of your time on the mountain. Underarm vents let in a rush of cool air after you hike to your go-to powder stash, and the two way zipper gives you further customizable venting. The adjustable hood has you covered on stormy pow days, while the merino wool lining at the chin delivers added comfort. And you'll never be without storage, thanks to the inner and outer pockets storing your phones, trail maps, and lift snacks.

  • Get comfortable warmth in the resort or backcountry with this jacket
  • Waterproof membrane protects, stretches, and breathes in any weather
  • Wool insulation offer regulating warmth for high-output days
  • Underarm vents and two-way zipper let you ventilate easily
  • Two-way stretch fabric and loose fit ensure free range of motion
  • Merino wool around the chin provides an added element of comfort
  • Item #ORT00B9

[membrane/laminate] Toray Dermizax NX (polyurethane), [face fabric] 100% polyamide
Swisswool (88% virgin wool, 12% polylactide)
Waterproof Rating
[external] 2 hand, 1 pass, 2 chest, [interior] 1 inner media, 1 mesh stow
Claimed Weight
2lb 1.2oz
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
5 year

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Warm, Durable, & Practical Resort Option

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
5` 9"
180 lbs

I was given this product from Backcountry, but this review is my personal opinion. I’ve been wearing the Ortovox Swisswool Andermatt 2L Jacket for just over a month now, and it’s become my go to resort jacket. I’m 5’9” 180lbs, and the medium fits absolutely perfect. Like the above posts, this thing is warm. I typically layer my clothes depending on the conditions, wearing a base layer, mid-layer, and a lightweight shell, but it’s been so nice wearing this jacket with nothing but a light weight wool tee and just lapping the resort… If you ski cold conditions, this jacket is absolutely perfect. I also think the length helps out in this regard. It’s a little longer than other brands I’ve worn, but not excessive. It keeps the snow out and the warmth in and has a really solid impenetrable feel to it. If you get too warm, open up the vents and keep going. The Andermatt’s pockets are also amazing. I prefer to load up at the car once and not come back until I’m finished, and this jacket allows me to carry literally everything I need… My phone, charger, extra goggle lens, snacks, beverage, keys, headphones, voile strap, and more, all fit and don’t awkwardly shift or weigh me down. I like skiing without a pack at the resort, and the Andermatt I Other positives: it does what it’s supposed to – it’s waterproof, offers a really nice range of motion, and it keeps you comfortable. That being said, I think the Andermatt is far too warm for skinning or hiking in anything but the coldest weather. The jacket also isn’t as packable as some of the other shells you see out there, which makes sense considering the insulation, but if this is your only shell you’ll need to take that into consideration. Also, kudos to Ortovox for the understated colors. I’m not a huge fan of flashy outerwear, and this jacket balances having a unique look and but still flying under the radar. It’s not inexpensive, but if you ski cold conditions or get cold easily, this jacket would be a great option, and it won’t go out of style any time soon…

>Rating: 4

great quality but decided otherwise

I returned this product before using it
Runs large
Size Bought
6` 2"
205 lbs

I ordered this for a ski jacket for colder days or when I don't feel like bulking up with layers during the warmer ones while on the mountain. The coat felt super high quality but felt like it was a bit bulky and wasn't a fan of the blues when I saw it in person (I ordered a large Night Blue). I think for the right build this jacket would be perfect but for me it wasn't quite right. I am 6'2" at 205lbs and have narrow shoulders. The jacket just kind of hung off of me so decided to get something with a trimmer fit. I have no doubt that this jacket would stand up well on the slopes on cold days and last a while for the right person.

>Rating: 5

Top Quality Jacket

I returned this product before using it
True to size
Size Bought
5` 10"
175 lbs

Immediately I felt the quality of the Ortovox as I slipped the jacket on. Exterior made with Dermizax NV and interior lining over a thin application of Swiss Wool makes this jacket ideal for most winter conditions. Limited insulation keeps the jacket light, and, while not fitted like most Ortovox apparel, I fit into the M perfectly (5'10" x 175lbs). It's loose fit allows a mid layer underneath without feeling bulky or constrained like the Stay Puff Marshmallow Man. I'm coming out of a TNF Furano jacket which is a great jacket, but with 90mg of insulation, it's hard to fit a fleece midlayer underneath. The Andermatt is great for freeriding with just baselayer, or midlayer when needed. If you like the looser fit, this is among the best jackets to buy.