Yes, it is appropriate to go there...take it to the limit one more time in the Rossignol Limit Jacket for Men. This is a staple and a statement piece for any man's winter wardrobe. The Rossignol Limit Jacket is stylish enough to wear during winter day-to-day activities, but comes complete with everything you need out on the slopes. The shell is waterproof and is super lightweight thanks to the Thermolite® insulation. There is also an integrated powder skirt and plenty of mesh-lined pockets for your ski needs
- Fabric is 85% nylon and 15% spandex
- Shell is waterproof
- Seams are lined to further assist in protection against the elements
- Insulation is lightweight Thermolite
- Hood zips off and has a stiff brim
- Integrated powder skirt
- Mesh-lined zips under the arms
- Goggle pocket for proper storage
Questions and Answers
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The jacket is very well put together and on its own is sufficiently warm for most days. The chin guard is rubberized in the front against your chin and can be annoying fully zipped up (so I wear a neck gaiter) but beyond that it's comfortable. The microfleece is comfortable on cold skin, rather than being abrasive like many others in cold weather. The hood is roomy and has some insulation in it and a good field of view; probably too small for a helmet though. It has a wide range of movement without being baggy. I haven't tried it out in super wet conditions but it is totally windproof. The sleeve extensions are a nice touch with gloves.
Like most ski jackets, I worry about it's durability. A personal thing, but I'd rather have snaps in the front wind flap rather than velcro that wears out over time.
I wear a 42 or 44R suit, usually L sized clothing. 5'11 200 pounds. I bought this coat in M for something more form fitting, still no problems moving around. So far, its been an excellent coat for skiing and getting around in my town, which is one of the coldest capital cities in the world :)