Gold Hill Jacket


Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Gold Hill Jacket
Manufacturer Jagged Edge
Page By dsnell
Page Type Sep 15, 2003 / Sep 15, 2003
Object ID 814
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A fairly inexpensive waterproof/breathable shell from Telluride, Colorado's Jagged Edge Mountain Wear. Made of cordura and Drystorm XTH waterproof/breathable material. Includes a non-integrated hood that will accommodate a helmet. All seams are sealed.

Internal powder skirt
--Splash guard underarm zips
--High collar with soft tricot lining
--Full Velcro. front placket storm flap
--Internal adjustable drawcord waist accessible from inside pocket
--Zippered hood stowage
--Velcro. adjustable cuffs
--Large outer storage pocket, two large outer hand-warming pockets


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dsnell - Sep 15, 2003 11:23 pm - Voted 4/5

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Feeling the need to replace my worn-out TNF Mountain Light Jacket, I picked up my Jagged Edge Gold Hill Parka from the "Sale" rack in Jagged Edge's store in Telluride for about $100. Though not Goretex, I have found the jacket to function just as well as my TNF Mountain Light in terms of waterproofness and breathability. The material is beefier than the Mountain LIght, but the jacket is just as light as the TNF one because it has no liner (unnecessary IMHO). The only downside is that the collar is kind of stiff, and the hood is not integrated.

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