Rossignol Ride Insulated Ski Jacket (Men's)

Rossignol Ride Insulated Ski Jacket (Men's) -
  • Back of jacket
  • Left inside pocket
  • Right inside pocket

Product Details    

Style: RL1MJ33

With its V design the Rossignol Ride Ski Jacket is an instant classic. With its solid waterproofing and warm insulation, its an instant favorite. This men's coat is packed with features to keep you out on the hill when those wearing lesser coats have long since retreated. DWR starts the day off right by keeping moisture off the fabric surface. Behind that is a layer of 10K waterproofing that locks it out. Even further down into the belly of the beast is 100g of warm insulation. Adorned with pockets, a powder skirt, vents, and a removable hood, the Ride Jacket won't back down from bad weather.


  • Fabric Rating: 10K Waterproofing / 10K Breathability
  • Shell Material: 100% polyester 2L fabric
  • Insulation: 100g body/ 80g sleeve insulation


  • Removable hood for weather protection
  • DWR provides the first layer of weather protection
  • Ski pass pocket for easy access to lift ticket
  • Hem drawcord to cinch out cold air
  • Venting to release excess heat
  • Plenty of external and internal pockets organize gear
  • Lycra cuff with thumb hole to keep cuffs down around wrists
  • Powder skirt keeps snow out of layers

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"How is the Rossignol quality compared to Spyder or Obermeyer? I like the look of there jackets but have never seen one in person. Do these run a tad bigger then spyder? "
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Question by Mark on 10/30/2012 - 12:02 pm
"Rossignol is a good quality jacket. It has a lot of shared features that you would find in Spyder or Obermeyer. I find it comparable to Spyder and Obermeyer. "
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/30/2012 - 2:28 pm
"Does the black fabric on this jacket coordinate with the STR pant?"
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Question by claudia on 12/18/2012 - 11:22 am
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/18/2012 - 7:10 pm
"we are traveling to mt. tremblant soon and need some WARM ski wear -currently their high is 13, our high is 60. is this well insulated or big enough for layering?"
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Question by lisa on 1/2/2013 - 11:41 am
"The insulation in this coat is very warm, however the temperatures at Mt. Tremblant are often extremely cold. Your best bet is going to be to layer. The fit on this coat is relaxed, but if you intend to put on bulky underlayers than I would recommend sizing up. Look for a wind-resistant softshell or a low-profile down jacket that you can layer underneath. These are going to provide maximum warmth under your coat. The North Face Quantas is an excellent softshell option, and the Obermeyer Legacy is an excellent down jacket. You could layer either of these underneath. Plus, they're really versatile and convenient for everyday wear the rest of the year. "
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/2/2013 - 3:27 pm


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Warm and dry


from Steamboat, CO

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Great jacket. Kept me warm at -3F and dry even though I was IN the snow quite a few times. It kept the snow out too. Good pockets, good vents. The blue is much darker than what it looks on the site, which is better.

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