Killtec Testuro Insulated Ski Jacket (Men's)
- Fit: Relaxed
Slim: These garments fit close through the body or legs for a sleek, sexy, or athletic look.
Relaxed: Also known as "regular," these garments fit just right, not too baggy or not too slim.
Loose: Also known as baggy, loose-fitting garments allow for ultra-free body movement.
- Warmth: 7/10
Items with higher ratings will be warmer, and will offer you more protection in colder temperatures.
- Waterproofing: 7/10
Items with lower ratings are water-repellent, and good for light-snow conditions. Items with higher ratings will be more waterproof, and can protect you in wetter conditions.
The Killtec Testuro Ski Jacket gets the job done without emptying your wallet. Killtec started with waterproof fabric, backed it up with sealed seams, and then added a synthetic insulation to keep you warm. There are plenty of features on the Killtec Testuro Jacket, like a removable hood, multiple pockets, and adjustable cuffs.
- Fabric Rating: 8K Waterproof / 3K Breathable
- Shell Material: 100% polyester shell fabric
- Lining Material: Mesh/ Taffeta/ tricot/ microfleece lining
- Insulation: 100g body/ 80g sleeve insulation
- Fully seam sealed to prevent moisture from seeping inside
- Heat-reflective lining for extra warmth
- Removable hood for weather protection
- Adjustable cuffs fit around gloves to keep out snow
- 2 zippered hand pockets, 2 chest pockets, 1 upper sleeve pocket
- Tech Level 3 Collection
Questions and Answers
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"This is just a fashion question. Would the blue and black one go with solid red pant? "
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Question by little willis on 10/15/2012 - 6:32 pm
"If it is a solid red pant on the mountain, yes. Anywhere else I wouldn't wear it. If the red pants have an accent color of black or blue then you are good to go everywhere. "
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/16/2012 - 3:11 pm
"Out of 10, what is a good number to look for with waterproofing?"
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Question by Nick on 12/4/2012 - 9:26 am
"That would depend on the conditions you want to use your gear in. A 5K waterpoofing will keep you dry in a light rain, 10K will keep you dry in a medium snow, and 20k+ will protect you in almost any condition. The 1 to 10 rating you are seeing on the page is something that we as a company give to our jackets. We do that to try and help you make a decision on what you need. Some people need the 20k+ and some only need the 5k, it depends on what type of environment you are in. The higher the number, the more protection you will have."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/4/2012 - 9:53 am
"The pictures of the jacket on the model show a soft cuff on the wrists going up over the thumb. Is this a feature of the Testuro Jacket or just part of whatever layer the model is wearing underneath the coat? "
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Question by The Realist on 12/28/2012 - 11:53 am
"That is part of the jacket! Thumb hole wrist cuffs are a great way to get some extra warmth and keep the snow out!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/28/2012 - 12:58 pm
"A level 3 jacket, up to what temp does the jacket go?"
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Question by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2/21/2013 - 7:15 pm
"I do not see a specific warmth rating however this jacket does have 100g of insulation the will keep you pretty warm in cold conditions. For extreme cold make sure have a proper base layer and mid layer."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/22/2013 - 9:20 am
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