Obermeyer Rush Jacket

Priced: $498.95 - $499.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Obermeyer Rush Jacket
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If you've spent most of your mountainside career just settling for whatever you have in your closet, layering and layering in attempts to find that perfect combination of antinumbing outerwear, then it's time to get yourself a real man's coat, Obermeyer's Rush Jacket. As soon as you zip it up, you'll notice how well the tailored, athletic fit and breathable Dri-Core taffeta lining mold to your body. The Cocona body mapping wicks moisture from the most sweat prone parts of your body, actively removing body vapor before it turns to sweat. In the dead of winter, you'll have an extra layer of warmth in the Rush's PrimaLoft Sport insulation, a breathable water-resistant synthetic that also compresses easily under the slightest of pressure, reducing overall bulk. Covered in a completely waterproof breathable membrane, the outer layer of eco-friendly Cocona polyester, made with bits of charcoal from the husks of discarded coconuts, manages odor and breathes superbly so you can ride drier. 

The most dependable features, however, begin underneath the fabric. When you aren't in the middle of a blizzard, the Rush's powder skirt can not only snap away but be entirely removed, providing a slimmer profile. Forgot your goggle wipe at home? Within the inner goggle pocket, you'll find a scratch-free, detachable goggle cloth perfect for cleaning and removing condensation during long, strenuous days. When the weather really whips up a fury, just cinch up the hem, shove your hands into the wrist gaiter's stretchy thumbholes, and adjust the hood to create an unbreachable storm-proof shell. Fully taped seams keep melting snow from sneakily entering through its usual places. When the sun returns, simply unzip the CZV mesh underarms gussets and enjoy some fresh mountain air. A myriad of pockets provides all the storage options you could ever imagine; snacks, goggles, ski pass, keys, electronics, media, wallet, and hands can all fit conveniently inside the Rush without additional bulk.

Collar:

  • Fleece lined collar

Insulation:

  • PrimaLoft Sport insulation

Weather and Wind:

  • Fully taped seams

Neck:

  • Stowable neck gaiter

Pockets:

  • Interior goggle, cell phone and electronics pockets
  • Multiple pockets
  • Chest and wrist pockets

Lining and Layers:

  • Dri-Core breathable lining for optimal thermal regulation
  • Dri-Core lining with body mapping

Fit:

  • Athletic fit

Fabric:

  • Interior windguard with fleece chin protector
  • Cocona polyester face

Ventilation:

  • Waterproof and breathable
  • Control Zone Ventilation

Hood:

  • Dual-adjustable hood

Features:

  • Thumbholes wrist gaiters
  • Exterior stormflap
  • Key holder
  • Detachable, scratch-free goggle cloth
  • Snap away, removable powder skirt
  • Recco reflector
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Battery Heated:No
Breathability:Very High Breathability (>15,001g)
Breathability Rating:35,000g
Cinch Cord Bottom:Yes
Cuff Type:Elastic
Cut:Regular
Exterior Material:Polyester mechanical stretch
Hood Type:Removable
Insulation Type:Synthetic
Insulation Weight:Body 100g / Sleeve 60g
Length:Medium
Model #:31240 06 M
Pit Zip Venting:Yes
Powder Skirt:Yes
Race:No
Taped Seams:Fully Taped
Type:Insulated
Warranty:Lifetime
Waterproof:Totally Waterproof (20,000mm+)
Waterproof Rating:20,000mm
Waterproof Zippers:Yes
Wrist Gaiter:Yes

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Obermeyer ski jacket

This the best ski jacket I have owned and I have been skiing for over 30 years. Best of all, the style is new and isn't like every other jacket on the mountain. If there has to be a negative, it would be price but the jacket was worth it.
Steamer at Skis.com on 12/12/2013