Men's Stormbound Jacket™

Style# 55057OR

Red Mountain's wildly deep snow, challenging terrain and blisteringly cold temperatures require a highly technical, warm and waterproof jacket. Built for big-mountain freeride, the fully seam sealed Stormbound Jacket seals out the snow and holds in the heat thanks to the waterproof, breathable Pertex® Shield+ outer and a combination of bonded channels filled with 650 fill power down, and strategically-placed Thermore® synthetic insulation. The Stormbound comes equipped with a zip-out powder skirt, helmet-compatible hood and zippered pit zips to dump excess heat.
Relaxed Fit






  • Waterproof
  • Windproof
  • Breathable
  • Durable
  • Fully Seam- Taped
  • Bonded Down Channels
  • YKK® AquaGuard® Zippers
  • Fully Adjustable Hood Fits Over Helmet
  • Bonded Hood Cordlocks
  • In-pocket Goggle Wipe with Tether
  • Double-Separating Center Front Zipper
  • Internal Front Stormflap
  • Double-Sliding Pit Zippers
  • Zippered Napoleon Pocket with Media Port
  • Internal Shove-It™ Pocket
  • Two Zippered Hand Pockets
  • Inner Lift Pass Pocket
  • Integrated RECCO® Reflector
  • Removable Powder Skirt with LockDown™ Technology
  • Articulated Elbows
  • ThumbDrive™ Hook/Loop Cuff Closures
  • Drawcord Hem


Fit: Relaxed Fit

Fabric: Pertex® Shield+ 2L, 68% polyester, 32% nylon 40D ripstop shell // 100% nylon 44D embossed taffeta lining // 650 fill power down insulation on body, sleeves and hood // 100% polyester insulation at 140 g/m2 on back body belo

Center Back Length: 30 ½” / 77 cm (L)

Avg. Weight (oz./g): 39.9oz / 1130g (L)

Customer Reviews

Stormbound (Review by Eric)

Great jacket, I used it for snowboarding and even used it to climb Mount Washington, lightweight for it size. Very durable and reliable.

(Posted on 3/15/16)

Great jacket with flaws (Review by Dave)

I've had three Stormbound jackets in the last five years, and have probably used them 150-175 days on the slopes. I had a 2010 model and 2013 model, both of which were ruined and replaced via the excellent warantee process. The first jacket had a major external rip, and the second jacket (which I made the mistake of getting in highlighter orange) had some permanent dirt stains, some small external rips and some badly blown-out zippers. I just received my third, which is a 2015 or 16 model, and haven't had a chance to test it much, but I notice a few seemingly minor changes to some features I loved, which are disappointing, as well as some improvements. First of all, I want to say that despite all of the problems I've had with them, most of the damage (besides the zipper blow outs) were my fault, and the jackets have been amazingly versatile for use around town, and front, side and a little bit of backcountry use, in a huge range of weather conditions (if you layer appropriately under the jacket you can wear it on relatively mild and stormy days alike). They drastically reduced the prominence of the "shove it" pockets by about 75%, which used to be large enough to store enough food and gear to replace a small backpack, and is now a vestigial reminder of what used to be my favorite feature. The hood used to be removable, but now it's sewn on, which is a huge disappointment, because the hood is bulky and only really useful over the helmet on the most extreme cold and stormy days (fortunately the powder skirt is still removable). The built in balaclava is no longer a feature, which Im not upset about since I only used it a few times. The third major disappointing change is the internal lining of the jacket doesn't have sewn lines any more, so I worry the insulation may be more prone to clumping after washing, although I haven't tested this to confirm. On the bright side, all of the zippers on the new model, besides the pit zips (which I rarely used) have larger teeth than my last midel which should hopefully prevent zipper blow-outs. Overall, I enjoy having this jacket as my primary winter coat.

(Posted on 12/27/15)

My Go-To Cold-Weather Jacket (Review by JM)

I've been using the Stormbound for close to a year in a variety of cold conditions - in everything from wet snow/rain to long, windy lift rides. When I bought it, I was a little dubious. I've been a Gore-Tex devotee for a long time, but I took a risk on Pertex and I was pleasantly surprised. This coat stands up to the same punishment my Gore gear endured and the material is more comfortable and softer to the touch.

(Posted on 11/30/15)

Stormbound (Review by Richard)

absolutely brilliant

(Posted on 11/12/15)

Waynemx (Review by Awesome)

Living in NZ with a warmer climate than the Northern Hemisphere, the need for an over engineered jacket is not necessary. However after planning a trip to Niseko Japan i figured a good jacket is a must. with plenty to chose from. i finally settled on the OR stormbound jacket that i purchased from Sierra Trading.Cant say enough about this jacket. Absolutely awesome. Whilst in Japan I experienced rain, -12C, 30 Km
winds. The most i ever wore was a long sleeved merino thermal top with a short sleeved thermal over that then the Storm bound jacket. Not once was i cold nor uncomfortable. Awesome jacket. Highly recommend this to any prospective purchaser.
Waynemx Auckland NZ

(Posted on 4/26/15)

Terrific (Review by wowinc3)

Can't say enough good things about this jacked as well as all my winter purchases. Great quality, functionality, and design. I've bought lots of OR products over the years and not a single item has warn out despite rugged use.

(Posted on 1/11/15)

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