Spyder Alyeska Insulated Ski Jacket (Men's)
The Spyder Alyeska Ski Jacket for men brings Spyder's best performance technology and value together. This is a lightly-insulated jacket so you can customize the warmth level based on what you wear underneath. The insulation is PrimaLoftÂ® which means the Alyeska has almost no bulk compared to its surprising warmth. The Alyeska Jacket is one of Spyder's popular OSMOÂ® jackets, so it comes stock with top-notch waterproofing and some of the highest breathability out there. The bottom line? You'll be dry and comfortable, and have a jacket that lasts a lifetime.
- Fabric Rating: 20K Waterproofing / 30K Breathability
- Material: 360Â° stretch Nylon/Spandex OSMOÂ® fabric
- Insulation: 40g PrimaLoftÂ® Sport insulation
- Length: Centerback measures 28â€ť
- Full stretch exterior and interior for movement
- Spylonâ„˘ DWR sheds water from the fabric surface
- Core ventilation zippers release excess heat
- DryWEBâ„˘ fabric enhances breathability by wicking moisture away from skin
- Removable heavy-weather hood
- Fully-taped seams keep out moisture
- Stretch polyester taffeta lining with embossed pattern
- BemisÂ® anti-abrasion detailing
- Articulated sleeve construction for freedom of movement
- Adjustable cuffs and stretch inner cuffs keep snow out
- Zip-out powder skirt to keep out snow
- Interior drawcord at bottom hem seals out cold air
- Goggle pocket and left chest pocket for storage
- Plenty of interior and exterior zipper pockets store gear
- Left-sleeve data card pocket conveniently holds your pass
- Chamois lens wipe on shock cord
Questions and Answers
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"Question: The Spyder Pinnacle and Bromont have 60g of Permaloft insulation while the Alyeska has 40g of Permaloft insulation, is this a huge difference?would the Alyeska be considered more of a shell? or a spring skiing jacket? The dude abides"
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Question by Lebowski on 9/18/2011 - 1:19 pm
"Greetings dude! This is not a huge diff in insulation. If it were more like a 50g difference, then it would be more noticeable. The Alyeska jacket would be more like a Spring skiing jacket. You can get by through most of the winter though as long as you layer well!"
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/19/2011 - 3:45 pm
"What is the difference between the Alyeska and the Orbiter?"
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Question by Janet on 8/9/2012 - 7:36 am
"These jackets are very similar in their technical features (waterproofing, breathability, etc). The only main differences is that the Orbiter has slightly more insulation (Alyeska has 40g and Orbiter has 60g) and the Orbiter also has the RECCOÂ® Avalanche Rescue System."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/9/2012 - 3:22 pm
"Is this helmet compatible? Can I layer withis jacket....put a puffy down under it?"
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Question by Dan on 10/7/2012 - 7:24 pm
"The hood is helmet compatible and you can layer with this jacket. If you go by the sizing chart then you will have room for a base and a mid-layer. If you are adding a puffy down jacket underneath then you might be pushing it. This is not a shell jacket. It does has 40g of PrimaLoftÂ® Sport insulation which is very warm. Adding a down jacket inside would be ok if you get cold very easily and do not plan on using this jacket for high activity as you would probably get overheated. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/10/2012 - 10:35 am
"Since this is a slim fitting jacket would you suggest sizing 1 up so one could possible layer this jacket."
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Question by Jon on 10/10/2012 - 8:57 am
"Spyder makes their jackets with the understanding that you will probably be layering underneath. You should order the size that is corresponding for you on their sizing chart. You will not need to size up for layering a sweater or base layer."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/10/2012 - 4:13 pm
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