Designed for travel through the variable weather of the alpine, the Touring Jacket delivers all-seasons protection from the head of the trail to the summit. Crafted with lightweight, durable, wind-resistant waxed cotton and an interior 10k/10k waterproof membrane and moisture management system, this piece is a perfect companion for those seeking the benefit of comfort, packability, and style. With ample and accessible storage, the Touring Jacket offers utility for excursions around the world.
Dry & Protected
Lightweight, water repellent waxed cotton/nylon shell fabric shields from wind, rain and snow
Adjustable, helmet compatible hood design
Cut for Comfort
Underarm zippers provide easy ventilation
Designed for Safety
High visibility emergency reflective orange interior logos
Traditional Alpine Fit
Classic adjustable front lace closure protects neck and face from the elements
Flap-protected hand warmer pockets and additional zippered hand pockets for easy access and dry storage
Quality & Durability
Reinforced quilted shoulder panels accommodate ski carry for long-lasting garment durability
"Technical apparel that both looks good and performs during the up and the down" - Gear Patrol
Designed by Tradition
Throughout history, skiers have been touring as a means of travel. Since the invention of the sport centuries ago, touring has transformed from a necessity to an act of recreation, requiring equipment that allows layers to be shed and packed easily away when heat starts to build. It's in that spirit that Alps & Meters introduces the Touring Jacket.
A unique complement to the Gentleman Traveler's kit, this classic style delivers an optimal combination of protection, comfort, and utility demanded in varied climates, weather, and mountainous regions around the world.
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