- Zippered Internal Pocket
- Drawcord Hem
- Two Zippered Hand Pockets
- Water-Resistant and Two Way-Separating Front Zipper
- Double-Sliding TorsoFlo™ Hem-to-Bicep Zippers
- External Front Storm Flap
- Water-Resistant Zippers
- Fully Seam Taped
- Elastic Cuffs
- Adjustable Hood Zips into Collar
Fit: Standard Fit
Fabric: Shell: 100% nylon, 2.5-layer 40D Pertex® Shield DS stretch ripstop Insulated liner: 30D, 100% ripstop nylon shell / taffeta lining
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 30.9oz / 876g (L)
- Great (Review by EB)
Great jacket. Warm and lightweight. Able to put in stuff sack and throw in the back pack. Added bonus of 3 jackets in one.
(Posted on 11/29/13)
- Men's Revel Trio Jacket (Review by By Ben)
I feel I have to start these reviews off with the fact that I'm a brick - 5'7" and 190lbs. I own a large Trio Jacket complex/system/kit. I actually really like it. I got it for those 20 degree days in CO (dry snow). However, I rarely wear it as designed. I usually wear my own base and mid-layer. I use the nylon from this jacket as the mid-layer for my Maximus for the super cold days. I should note, I am a normally warm-bodied individual. This jacket has a normal length, I would almost like it to be a bit longer (even for my height). But all in all, it's a good jacket. The Pertex seems flimsy, but shields well from the snow. It is not "warm" - you normally need to wear a layer or two when skiing. I have not used this is super wet conditions, and I would be leery to. I prefer a solid waterproof shell when the snow is damp (Maximus). But for CO, this is a great option, especially for those 30 degree spring days. My only complaint is when the hood is stowed, it makes for a super fat collar. Personal preference - I never use hoods. Well, almost never. All in all, I would recommend for "dry" country skiers. It's a great addition to your arsenal.
(Posted on 8/14/13)
- Men's Revel Trio Jacket (Review by By Mac)
Bought this jacket about 2 months ago. Just wore it for the first time in a decent rain and was disappointed. Significant dampness on the inside of the fabric. It was a good thing I had a fleece top on under the jacket or I would have been soggy. I had on rain pants from another manufacturer that were dry as can be.
(Posted on 11/10/12)