Relaxed: Also known as "regular," these garments fit just right, not too baggy or not too slim.
5 - 7: Great for moderate snow, offers plenty of versatility, good for most conditions.
5 - 7: Great for temperatures 15°-30°F.
Please Note: This style is from a previous season
The Spyder Sentinel Insulated Ski Jacket is a reliable jacket with an updated style. This men's coat is packed with features that make a big difference. The hood is helmet compatible so when heavy snow starts falling you can easily pull it up over top of your helmet. There's underarm ventilation so you can get a quick cool down if necessary. The insulation is a little lighter on the Sentinel Jacket which gives you better freedom of movement while you ski. The fabric is waterproof and critically seam taped so you can count on staying dry while you're out there.
- Fabric Rating: 10K Watrproof / 10K Breathable
- Shell Material: Stretch polyester Xt.L fabric
- Lining Material: Embossed nylon taffeta lining
- Insulation: 60g Thinsulate insulation
- Length: Center back measures 29"
- Spylon™ DWR makes water bead up instead of wetting the fabric surface
- Critical seam tape prevents seepage at exposed seams
- Underarm vents open to release excess heat
- Powder skirt keeps snow out of jacket
- Snap-back holds powder skirt out of way
- Velcro adjustable cuffs fit around gloves to keep out snow
- Chest pocket for extra storage
- Zippered handwarmer pockets at the waist
- Data card pocket securely holds ski pass
- Inside zippered pocket and mesh pocket to hold gear
- Hem drawcord cinches to seal out cold air
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I bought this for our son, who would either be a boys size 20 in Spyder, or a men's small. We decided on the men's small and it's perfect - just a bit big so he may get two winters out of it. Love the quality, the blue color, the styling, and how it is perfect for skiing. The vents under the arms will be very useful on warmer days.
I purchased the Sentinel model to replace my everyday jacket. It's nice and warm for everyday use. The fit is loose and a bit too long, which is exactly what I wanted for the given purpose. I wouldn't ski with it since I like a bit tighter and more athletic fit while I ski. It is also on the long side which would bother me. But that's my personal preference. For skiing I did buy the Monterosa model which in general is higher end and a more expensive jacket. Definitely would recommend the Sentinel jacket.