Alpine Outrig Jacket

Alps & Meters

100009NVSM

39809954764

$895.00
Rated 4.7 out of 5
3 Reviews

The Alpine Outrig Jacket offers a unique and unexpected perspective on winter protection, overall utility, and classic style. Through its face fabric combinations of wool and full grain leather as well as thoughtful exterior storage pockets married with rich trims, this piece offers a nostalgic outward expression and a highly technical interior aimed at keeping alpinists warm and dry during snow filled days on the mountain. The construction of the Alpine Outrig Jacket, with its embedded hood, exaggerated drop tail, and waterproof membrane, provide the user with maximum range of skiing motion and total on-mountain comfort.

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Warm, Dry & Protected

The Alpine Outrig Jacket is a skiable peacoat, built for cold weather environments.

Heavyweight, water repellent wool for warmth and a 10k/10k membrane to keep wind, water and snow out of the interior of the jacket.

Maximum Utility

Underarm venting for instant temperature regulation.

Water resistant pockets at chest and waist for easy access and dry storage.

Powder skirt.

Quality & Durability

Full grain, water repellent leather panels at shoulders for added durability.

Backed by a lifetime warranty.

On-mountain trial: Put it to the test in the mountains for 100 days and return it with no questions asked if it does not meet your standards of quality, craftsmanship, or durability.

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Designed by Tradition

In iconic destinations such as Chamonix and St. Moritz, winter sportswear was born: adopting influence from the practical military uniforms of the era.

 

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Forged Performance

Blending a water repellent wool exterior with an interior 10k/10k waterproof membrane, the Alpine Outrig Jacket presents a nostalgic exterior that performs as a highly technical outerwear piece. With thoughtful consideration given to each detail, the Alpine Outrig Jacket is sure to keep alpinists warm and dry in even the most trying alpine conditions.

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Tailored Construction

With a fit reminiscent of your favorite peacoat, the Alpine Outrig Jacket is a stylish and protective on-piste essential that can transition easily to après in the city center.

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Chamonix and the Vallée Blanche

After a brief stop in Grenoble and at the tail end of a week-long storm that hit the region, we settled in Chamonix for two days of skiing we'll never forget.

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Skiing on the Edge in La Grave, France

An excerpt from author Rob Cocuzzo on skiing La Grave in the footsteps of Doug Coombs, the late legendary skier

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THE STORY

In 1924, alpinists George Mallory and Sandy Irvine attempted to summit Mount Everest. For on-mountain protection, the duo wore outerwear made from gabardine - the traditionally worsted wool fabric made famous by the original trench coat. At the time, gabardine was recognized as the most suitable fabric for jackets, as its proofed cotton threads, dense weave, and smooth surface provided a barrier to the wind and snow while also offering breathability.

In the same year, with advent of the first Winter Olympics at the foot of Mont Blanc in Chamonix, France, skiing became a passionate undertaking for those who had previously only climbed upward, like Mallory and Irvine, but could now make their way down the hill in an exciting recreational manner.

In the midst of places such as Chamonix and St. Moritz, winter sportswear was born, adopting influence from the practical military uniforms of the era which gave thoughtful consideration to naturally protective fabrics and storage considerations through top buttoned, easily accessible pockets. It was in this boom of sport in early 20th century that skiwear became a unique class of product and perhaps the first, as Vogue’s December 1926 issues stated, that “one puts on in the morning [and] is the same as that which one wears until dinner.”

FORGED PERFORMANCE

Blending a water repellent wool exterior with an interior 10k/10k waterproof membrane, the Alpine Outrig Jacket presents a nostalgic exterior that performs as a highly technical outerwear piece. With thoughtful consideration given to each detail, the Alpine Outrig Jacket is sure to keep alpinists warm and dry in even the most trying alpine conditions.

FORGED PERFORMANCE

Blending a water repellent wool exterior with an interior 10k/10k waterproof membrane, the Alpine Outrig Jacket presents a nostalgic exterior that performs as a highly technical outerwear piece. With thoughtful consideration given to each detail, the Alpine Outrig Jacket is sure to keep alpinists warm and dry in even the most trying alpine conditions.

DESIGNED BY TRADITION

With a fit reminiscent of your favorite peacoat, the Alpine Outrig Jacket is a stylish and protective on-piste essential that can transition easily to après in the city center.

Features & Benefits

WARM, DRY & PROTECTED

The Alpine Outrig Jacket is a skiable peacoat, built for cold weather environments.

Heavyweight, water repellent wool for warmth and a 10k/10k membrane to keep wind, water and snow out of the interior of the jacket.

MAXIMUM UTILITY

Underarm venting for instant temperature regulation.

Water resistant pockets at chest and waist for easy access and dry storage.

Removable powder skirt.

QUALITY & DURABILITY

Full grain, water repellent leather panels at shoulders for added durability.

Backed by a lifetime warranty.

On-mountain trial: Put it to the test in the mountains for 100 days and return it with no questions asked if it does not meet your standards of quality, craftsmanship, or durability.

average rating 4.7 out of 5
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Rated 4 out of 5
Comfort
Rated 4 out of 5
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Rated 0 on a scale of minus 2 to 2, where minus 2 is Runs Small, 0 is True to Size and 2 is Runs Large
3 Reviews
Reviewed by Scott T., from United States
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I recommend this product
Age Range
55 - 64
Size Purchased
M
How it Fits
Perfect
Height
6' 4"
Suit or Jacket Size (US)
42"
Waist Size (US)
33"
Best Uses
  • Around Town
  • Snow
  • Cold Temperatures
  • Very Cold Temperatures
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Super cool coat

This coat is great, I'm actually eager for cold weather, so I can wear it. The materials are substantial and seem to be of quality that will last a long time, and I'm impressed with the attention to detail. What I like most is that the design is classic, but there are contemporary elements integrated. I'm talking about sealed zippers, pit zips, and the nylon liner and powder skirt. It's a very cool coat, really glad I bought it.

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Reviewed by Jeremiah S., from United States
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I recommend this product
Age Range
45 - 54
Size Purchased
S
How it Fits
Perfect
Height
5' 4"
Suit or Jacket Size (US)
40"
Waist Size (US)
33"
Best Uses
  • Skiing
  • Après
  • Cold Temperatures
  • Very Cold Temperatures
  • Snow
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

great alpine jacket

I love this jacket. It is technically designed smart for a great day of skiing on the mountains, but the material and looks can make it stand out on its own as a fashion piece. I am 5'4 and a medium will allow room for layering, but the jacket is so warm you won't need to layer on cold days, and you can wear a small for a more athletic fit.

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Reviewed by Will, from United States
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Age Range
45 - 54
Size Purchased
S
How it Fits
Perfect
Height
5' 10"
Waist Size (US)
32”
Best Uses
  • Cold Temperatures
  • Around Town
Rated 4 out of 5
Review posted

It’s warm, but...

The first time I wore it, a button popped off. No extra buttons came with the jacket so thus far, I’m one button down. The zipper still does the job and the flap covers where the button was, so it’s not so bad. The hand pockets aren’t exactly even either. The one on the left is a smidge higher than the one on the right. But it is a very warm jacket which is the most important part, right?

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