Built for the best days.
When old man winter dumps a few feet of blower pow and the temperatures get borderline nasty, grab your Patagonia Rubicon Rider Jacket and enjoy winter's bounty. The insulated Rubicon Jacket comes complete with Patagonia's Thermogreen synthetic insulation for days when the cost of all that light, dry powder is frigid temperatures. Patagonia designed the Rubicon Rider jacket with a two-layer ripstop polyester shell to increase storm performance and protect from abrasion and a DWR finish to shed light rain and snow.
The helmet-compatible, adjustable hood locks in warmth and features soft microfleece panels at the back of the neck and chin. Patagonia also equipped the Rubicon with a sleek, low-profile powder skirt that stays in place whether secured or not. The powder skirt features a loop of nylon webbing that connects to any compatible Patagonia Snow pants to form a single powder barrier. The Rubicon jacket's fit is relaxed for easy layering. A slew of pockets keep your stuff (everything from climbing skins to your MP3 player) safe and secure while you lap the chair or a favorite backcountry shot, and zippered underarm vents make it easy to dump heat when you need to. Patagonia finished off the Rubicon Rider with a Recco reflector, which makes rescue easier if you're involved in an in-bounds avalanche.
- Two-layer polyester ripstop shell
- DWR finish
- Thermogreen insulation (90% recycled)
- Relaxed fit
- Underarm ventilation zips
- Adjustable hood
- Hook and loop adjustable cuffs
- Removable powder skirt
- Attaches to compatible Patagonia pants
- Built-in reflector may help Recco-equipped ski patrol locate you in an emergency
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- Q & A
Great Jacket, great price
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
Awesome ski jacket! Great quality, roomy, lots of pockets and flipping warm! You can vent with the underarm zippers on warmer days.
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I am a snowboarder and prefer my outerwear to be a little more loose fitting. I usually wear a Large and I know Patagonia gear runs a little small. I was wondering if it would be bad idea to go with an XL
You might be ok running a large here, this is a relaxed fit jacket, and a little bit longer than the other snow jackets Patagonia offers.
Does this have a removable hood?
Sorry, the hood doesn't come off.
You'd want the Powder Bowl jacket or the 3-in-1 Snowshot jacket. The have similar features, with removable hoods.