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Eddie Bauer First Ascent Reversible Jacket

But I’ve noticed but an item isn’t popular EB sometimes drops it. This is an absolute gem of a product that I want to see exist forever. Light enough to pack, warm enough to be effective. Great for an inner while snowboarding.

Active mobility is front and center with the stretch construction in the shell lining and insulation of this nylon spandex reversible hoodie thats built for high exertion in cool to cold conditions. Plus its breathability helps to regulate your… The SportSpyder Shop is bringing you great deals on lots of Eddie Bauer Motorcycle Jackets including Eddie Bauer Men’s IgniteLite Stretch Reversible Hooded Jacket. Active mobility is front and center with the stretch construction in the shell, lining, and insulation of this nylon/spandex reversible hoodie that’s built for high exertion in cool to cold conditions. Plus, its breathability helps to regulate your temperature while active to prevent overheating. I sent the gear through the wringer — alpine boot packing along the spine of the Pucker Face ridge, then descending down the slopes, then hitting repeat.

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Reversible Jackets

There’s also large core vents, extra length in the arms and legs for necessary coverage and comfort and low-profile thumb loops to keep wrist cuffs in place while working in the powder. Its abstract yellow, black and gray color blocking provides the right mix of visibility on the hill and some welcome, subtle style. I’ve never reviewed a product before here.

The back of the train also translates into near constant snacking, and as Mr. Spilly Hands knows, eating whilst touring can be a messy endeavor. Fortunately, this Ascent unit is totally reversible! It’s like unsightly mustard stains and self-draining sinuses never even happened, a quick inversion of jet black to gray one of the best features of this garment. Delivery times may vary, especially during peak periods.

This ripstop nylon hooded jacket is built for high-aerobic, cold-weather activities like mountain sports. It features PrimaLoft® Gold Cross Core™ with Aerogel insulation technology that’s exceptionally lightweight and warm, and made with recycled materials. The reversible design is quilted on one side and non-quilted on the other. When I first opened the package when my jacket came, I was amazed at how light and thin it is. “Can a jacket this thin be as warm as they say,” I wondered? It is amazingly warm for its weight, however for me, at a leisurely walk, I definitely want to layer as the temperatures go below freezing, so I am thankful I ordered the large size which gives me room to have air trapping layers underneath.

Ignitelite Stretch Reversible Hooded Jacket

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With a thin base layer and mid weight sweater underneath, I was toasty even though the temp was 0 degrees F. Great jacket for moderate activity with a layer of two. It will also be great for fall and spring in the Rockies for casual wear.

EB has so many down jackets and need more vegan and sustainable material Jackets. EB partnered with professional guides and skiers like Andy Mahre to help integrate the features of the clothing. The Telemetry pants offer an adjustable waistband, hip-to-knee vents to help dump heat, and 1,000D CORDURA bonded inside the cuff to help protect against your ski edges. Each outer shell hovers around a pound and a half — which allows you to layer properly and is easy to travel with. Neither piece is especially showy, there isn’t a ton of unnecessary buzz features and the fit is right. They check the boxes that are essential and leave it to the professionals in the sport to tell them where to improve.

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We’re having -10 celsius temperatures now and, with layering, I’m quite comfortable, but would be cold without the layering. I believe this will be a versatile jacket from Fall through Spring. I waited nearly 7 weeks for a MT as it was back ordered. It was worth the wait as the fit is perfect. While I could have worn it, the sleeves were a bit too short. I wore this while shoveling snow from my long driveway.

This coat has it all – style, comfort and quality. It is well made, is lightweight and water resistant, The cut and seaming is very flattering. I was outside during below freezing temps recently and it kept me warm. I didn’t expect such a lightweight coat to keep me so warm. Close to the body without restricting mobility. Designed to fit over baselayers and lightweight midlayers.

The Eddie Bauer Ignitelite Stretch Reversible Jacket ($229) fit was true to size, the fabric could take a modest beating and I would happliy add one of these to my regular outgoing kit. The hood is roomy enough to fit your helmet-having dome (if a low-profile helmet, not a Spaceball), and the insulation factor is bang on for a variety of prospective in-field circumstances. A single, zippered chest pocket comes in handy, too, big enough to fit your walkie when zipper-out, or commodious enough to keep your ailing cell battery alive, against your chest when worn zipper-in. Not too slim, not too relaxed on body. Designed to fit over midweight layers.

Models shown are 5’9″ to 5’11” tall, wearing size S/4, L/12, or XXL/18. This is the 2nd Ignitelite jacket I bought for my son as a gift. The first one I gave him has been going strong for five years with no obvious wear.

A mile or more of traversing in alpine boots gets your heart pumping and I remained relatively cool, even with my skis on my back. The descent met with heavy powder that demanded that I stay squat and keep my tips above the snow. The pants kept the snow off my shins and the jacket blocked any unwanted updraft. The day continued on with more hiking, more turns and a heavy dose of traversing through the thick of Jackson’s tree line. A credit to its craftsmanship, the gear quietly became an afterthought.