Analog Men's Gateway Jacket
The 2010-2011 ski and snowboard season is forecasted to puke on the reg; the Men's Analog Gateway Jacket has you ready to shred powder, park, and groomers all season long. The 10,000mm waterproof and 5,000g breathable material stands up to heavy and wet snow and is plenty durable for the branch ridden tree run to the secret powder stash. Get your pass, your board and the Analog Men's Gateway Jacket to be ready for opening day.
- 2L jet micro 100% striated poly fabric
- AG embossed taffeta lining
- Waterproof/ breathable: 10,000mm / 5,000g
- Custom tailored fit, a little longer and narrower
Purchase the Analog Gateway Jacket for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- January 4 2012
I'm writing this review after a weekend of snowboarding here in the Pacific Northwest. This jacket sheds water and is warm to boot!!! I was on the lift repeatedly doing runs and any droplets of rain while i sat on the lift just rolled right off also I was only wearing a under armour long sleeve with a T shirt and I was warm all day. Hand pockets are fleece lined so when I need to stash my hands they stay nice and warm. The build quality on this coat is very stylish and I got a lot of compliments from the ladies on it's appearance. It has a thing that buttons up so that snow stays out but it slides out from time to time. Oh yeah it also has zippers to let off excess heat and moisture. All in all I'ts a great jacket!!!!!
- October 8 2011
it's a nice jacket...
I would recommend this jacket over a long sleeve shirt for any fall type weather, but in the winter, I would probably suggest a fleece layer in between. It's a nice jacket, stylish, durable, but no built-in insulation. It runs big. I ordered an XL mostly because I prefer a longer length (I'm 6'2), but they designed the jacket to be narrower and longer, so probably a large would have been perfect. I like this jacket, I haven't tried it out in any real weather yet (my first winter in Syracuse is approaching), but there is definitely space to insulate with under armour, a flannel, and a sweater, and not feel like the little brother on A Christmas Story (when he couldn't put his arms down because he was so bulked up).