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Salomon Icestar 3L Jacket - Men's

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Icestar 3L Jacket

Enjoy stormy resort days and the powder-hunting backcountry missions that follow with this jacket. Its three-layer construction is both waterproof and breathable for protection and comfort, and its movement-minded design offers free mobility for the skin up and the ride down.

  • Performance shell with mobility and protection for any day of skiing
  • Waterproof construction ensures protection from blowing snow
  • Highly breathable fabric helps manage heat on skintrack climbs
  • Articulated design allows for free movement and a light feel
  • Underarm vents let you quickly air out after grueling bootpacks
  • Helmet-compatible hood protects your head in more ways than one
  • Integrated powder skirt keeps out snow in truly deep conditions
  • Stretchy thumb-looop cuffs are a comfortable seal against the cold
  • Comfortable to wear underneath a harness or backpack
  • Item #SAL01QX

[membrane/laminate] AdvancedSkin Dry (3-layer), [face fabric] 4-way stretch synthetic, DWR coating
Waterproof Rating
Breathability Rating
fully sealed
helmet-compatible, 3D adjustment
[external] 2 zippered chest, 2 zippered hand, 1 zippered pass, [internal] 1 media, 1 goggle
zippered underarm
Powder Skirt
Lycra cuffs
Claimed Weight
1lb 7.2oz
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding, ski mountaineering
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

First Impressions

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
Size Bought
6` 0"
178 lbs

I got the jacket for a great price and feel like I totally scored. Super impressed with the build and quality of this jacket. Great attention to detail. It's not the lightest jacket, but if it performs like it looks/feels it's going to be my go to tech shell for lift access excursions for a long time. Still to soon to know how AdvanceSkinDry will hold-up, but two outings in torrential rain and no complaints yet. I'm 6'0 178 lbs with athletic build and long arms and I bought a large. For comparison, I traditionally wear a medium in Patagonia outerwear. I've read other reviews that say the jacket is too tight underarms, but I've found most tech shells going this way...Patagonia for sure. The Large feels close but comfortable and doesn't feel massive or blousy in the torso like when you bump-up sizes in other brands. The only questionable aspect of the jacket are the sleeve/hand gaskets. I think they're nice in concept, but I wonder how they'll hold up. I can imagine eventually wanting to get rid of them and they limit the jackets use in really wet conditions...if they get wet, then you've got saturated fabric riding up your wrists and into your sleeves.

>Rating: 5


I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
Size Bought
170 lbs

This item just arrived so I have not field tested. Material, construction and fit are spot on. Can't wait to use it next winter. I am 6' and 170 and the M is good w/ light down under it.

>Rating: 3

High quality materials, bad pit zips

I returned this product before using it
Runs small
Size Bought
6` 0"
200 lbs

This Jacket would be perfect except for the pit zips. They are very hard to zip up. The design also causes a sort of pinching to occur under the arms. Super tough material my be the cause. I'm 6' 0, 200 lbs. I ordered a Large and it was snug. The inner zip pocket was too small for an iphone 6s plus with headphones plugged in.


Is this jacket a shell design or is it insulated and more thick? Looking to use this touring, and would like to be able to layer. Thanks BC.