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Mammut Alyeska Jacket

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The Mammut Alyeska Jacket is perfect for days in the powder. This jacket is made from Gore-Tex which is a soft shell material that is completely wind and waterproof and offers ultimate comfort. This jacket can be paired with the Alyeska Pant so that the snow is guaranteed to remain outside.

- CampSaver.com

The Mammut Alyeska Jacket is a GORE-TEX Soft Shell jacket for demanding, fashionable freeriders. With Body Mapping technology, this jacket is sure to fit comfortably and move with you so you have full range of motion. Asymmetric front zip 2 neck zips for comfort control Shoulder print Pre-shaped, three-sided adjustable, helmet-compatible hood Articulated elbows 2-way underarm zip for maximum ventilation Hermetic jacket-to-pants connection Detachable and stretchable snow skirt 1 inside pocket with zip 1 wrist pocket for ski pass Lycra(R) hand gaiters Protector-compatible

- OMCgear

If you attack the mountain with everything you've got each time you step onto your skis, you need the technically advanced Men's Mammut Alyeska Jacket for weather protection that is up to snuff with your level of riding. The guaranteed waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex soft shell keeps wet snow and bone chilling winds in their place while the regular fit and articulated elbows allow for complete freedom of movement. Adjust the helmet-compatible hood for a snug fit, cinch down the Lycra wrist gaiters, then point you tips downhill and let the mountain ripping turns commence.

- Backcountry.com