The KJUS Domain Insulated Ski Jacket is one of the most waterproof and breathable men's coats out there. If you ski hard in rough conditions, the Domain Jacket is going to make a huge difference. The added breathability will ensure moisture can't build up underneath, and the extra waterproofing will keep moisture from seeping inside. The Domain is made with KJUS's legendary stretch material, and it comes with all the necessary extras. There's a removable storm hood, inner wrist gaiters, water repellent zippers, and underarm ventilation to keep you comfortable.
- Fabric Rating: 30K Waterproof / 30K Breathable
- Shell Material: 100% Polyester 4 –Way Stretch Fabric
- Lining Material: 89% Polyester/ 11% Spandex lining
- Insulation: 60g body PrimaLoft One / 60g sleeves FAST THERMO insulation
- Stretch exterior and interior for extra mobility
- Underarm vents open to release excess heat
- Removable, helmet-compatible storm hood for weather protection
- Powder skirt prevents snow from coming up inside
- Fully taped seams completely lock out moisture
- Micro seam tape is lighter and less visible
- Integrated RECCO avalanche rescue system reflectors
- Fixation loops connect your KJUS jacket to your KJUS pant
- External pockets at hips and chest hold gear
- Inner wrist gaiters keep out cold air
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The Kjus Domain ski jacket is meticulously crafted and you can see and feel the quality as soon as you put it on. It has far too many features to list, but Kjus has thought of everything (except making the powder skirt REMOVABLE). It definitely fits closer to the body than the typical ski jacket of the same size, but that's what I wanted: less bulk and a sleeker look.
My ski trips for the season are over so I haven't gotten to use it out in the cold yet, but I can tell you that when I throw handfuls of water on the jacket to test it that all the water just bounces off. I also chose this jacket over the Kjus Formula jacket because while quite similar, this jacket (Domain) has PrimaLoft 1 in the body whereas the Formula does not and, in addition, this jacket has a 30,000 /50,000 waterproof/breathability rating, while the Formula "only" has a 20,000 / 20,000 rating.
This jacket is adequately vented to allow for reasonable heat dissipation when it gets warm (on a 30-36 degree F day) and kept me toasty in aspen on some moderately cold days (around 14 degrees F.) The cut is relatively slim and moves more easily than with all of the layers I have traditionally used. I would definitely recommend this coat. I have not yet tested in spring skiing.