Mammut Ultimate Pro Jacket 2011


Mammut Ultimate Pro Jacket 2011
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Mammut Ultimate Pro Jacket 2011
Manufacturer Mammut
Page By delmarco
Page Type Oct 21, 2011 / Nov 2, 2012
Object ID 7822
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Product Description

Product Description
Foul weather in the mountains often means howling winds. Layer up with the Mammut Men's Ultimate Pro Jacket, outfitted with wind-blocking Gore-Tex WindStopper. Instead of busting out a clammy hardshell, push through the storm and stay comfortable thanks to breathable GoreTex softshell fabric. Highly-elastic construction flexes as you reach for holds, swing an ice axe, or pole through knee-deep powder. Articulated elbows and a contoured cut further dial the fit of the Pro Jacket so you can keep your mind on the wilderness instead of fighting the fit of your gear.

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Product Features

Material: [body] Gore-Tex Soft Shell; [membrane/laminate] WindStopper
Fabric Waterproof Rating:
Fabric Breathability Rating:
Fit: athletic
Center Back Length:
Length: hip
Powder Skirt: no
Pockets: 2 front zip
Wrist Gaiters: no
Liner-Compatible: no
Hood: no
Weight: 440 g
Recommended Use: skiing, snowboarding, winter climbing, hiking
Manufacturer Warranty: lifetime

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delmarco - Oct 21, 2011 12:21 am - Voted 5/5

Great Jacket for light work or in cold weather
Great Jacket. Since last year I've been trying to replace my awesome Mammut Clime Jacket that wore out and this comes close to that. I previously bought the Mammut Ultimate Advanced which I absolutely did not like because the sleeves and torso rode up when you lift your arms. I also returned the Mammut Alto Jacket which was awkward fitting, stiff and heavy. The Ultimate Pro has the best fabric (light and silky to the touch but still firm) and protection (the highest collar and longest sleeves). It also fits the best. Only thing is the sleeves are very long for the sizes due to the integrated thumb loop and wrist gaiter. I would've preferred the thumb loops to be retractable or hidden inside the cuff. Here the sleeves are about 3-5 inches longer to accommodate this seldom used feature. Also the jacket is NOT breathable so do not expect to do anything of an alpine ascent nature or strenuous while wearing it. Gore Windstopper is not a breathable fabric and this jacket doesn't have pit zips or ventilation pockets to alleviate body heat and moisture. This is more of a Winter/Late Fall casual fleece that wont get worn in Spring or for anything above light hiking/camping.

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