Marmot MemBrain® 2-layer waterproof/breathable fabric repels water and reduces internal condensation; 100% seam taped to keep water out
Environmentally sustainable PFC-free DWR (Durable Water-Repellent) finish repels water from the fabric's surface
Removable Thermal R®-insulated liner for added warmth when needed
Zip-off storm hood with brim for extra coverage; powder skirt prevents snow from creeping in
Core vents provide airflow
Waterproof zippered chest pockets; zippered sleeve pass and hand pockets
Interior media pocket keeps your phone dry and secure
Elastic drawcord hem; adjustable VELCRO® cuffs
Be prepared for unpredictable weather on the mountain and beyond with the Men's Toro Component 3-in-1 Jacket. Featuring 2-layer Marmot MemBrain® fabric, a PFC-free DWR finish, and 100% taped seams, its outer shell will keep you dry and prevent leaks as you get after it. This winter jacket features a removable Thermal R®-insulated liner and airflow-enhancing core vents that adjust to rising temps. The removable storm hood with a protective brim comes off easily when not in use, while the powder skirt prevents snow from making its way to inner layers. Zippered chest, hand, and sleeve pockets keep essentials accessible.
Rated 3 out of
Great but for one major problem...Jacket looks fantastic. It's so light I didn't think it could be warm enough, but went out in 20 degree weather and it was fine. I really like this jacket but for one major problem.. The hem is ridiculously tight! Can't sit with this jacket on unless I unzip it. Bending down is also difficult, it feels like you're going to tear the zipper out of it's seam! I feel like with this problem the jacket won't hold up for more than a few months. Same size I always take, followed your sizing instructions. It's just a very odd design of the hem area. Not sure if I should just live with it or return it.
Date published: 2021-03-19
Rated 2 out of
Not warmI bought this jacket for skiing as it’s designed for. But after wearing it skiing I realize that it’s not a well thought out jacket. The liner is not very warm, the hood doesn’t fit well over a helmet and the cut is a bit boxy. I am also not convinced that the material is very waterproof but haven’t tested it yet. Overall it feels like a regular outdoor jacket that added a ski pass pocket and powder skirt and was rebranded as a ski jacket
Date published: 2021-01-03
Rated 5 out of
Great all around jacketNice fit able to layer underneath. It’s not bulky and has plenty of pockets. Very versatile, quiet and comfortable. It definitely is a $400 jacket and at steal when I got at $150
Date published: 2021-01-25
Rated 1 out of
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Disappointed skierThe first time I used the jacket the, the main zipper pull broke off. I've spent numerous hours trying to get through and tried sending 3 emails.
Date published: 2021-01-14
Rated 1 out of
Not very water repellent or warmFirst time I wore it, in the rain, the sleeves started taking on water. Some water repelled, but not all. Also, not very warm. The inner liner is very thin and does not hold in heat very well. Can't believe the regular price is $450. I got it on sale, but it's most likely going back.
Date published: 2021-01-30
Rated 4 out of
JacketGood overall jacket, but since I have skied all my life-I can't understand why the zipper is not a double zipper and you can zip up from the bottom???
Date published: 2021-01-29
Rated 5 out of
Versatile, Functional, and Sleek!!!I camped with this jacket in the middle of a winter storm and it kept me warm and dry for the 3 days and 2 nights I used it. True to size, very stylish and modern, with an excellent fit. Functional zipper placements, and waterproofed zippers gave me peace of mind placing my phone and wallet in the pockets without it getting wet. I especially liked the neck brim for added lower facial coverage, and the ability to switch into the thermal puffer liner for warmer temperatures. You get what you pay for (in a good way), and then some more. Highly recommended especially for the current price.
Date published: 2021-06-02
Rated 4 out of
Good general-purpose winter coatI wear this jacket for winter hikes when the temps are near or below freezing. It's plenty warm when worn without a baselayer- I actually overheat a bit when doing more strenuous hikes. It's a bit long on me, which reduced some flexibility, but otherwise the coat is very comfortable. It's just as snug as I would want without being too puffy (I am 5'9" and about 180lbs for reference).
This jacket is replacing my old setup; a packable-down jacket with a rain jacket over that. The inner insulating layer snags on my gloves at the ends of the arms where they have a sort of softer fabric- that's my only gripe. I wouldn't wear it for winter cycling as it's a bit too long for that, but I would wear it for any winter activity in Ohio or the Northeastern United States. This coat is the best thing that happened to me in 2020.