October 5, 2012

Rocket Down Jacket Featured in Outside Magazine's Buyer's Guide

We couldn't be more excited that our Rocket Down Jacket received a glowing review in the 'Resort Jackets' section of Outside Magazine's Winter Buyer's Guide.

In their words: "BEST FOR: Arctic Days. THE TEST: This down-filled puffy kept us comfy during a single-digit December freeze we endured at Jackson Hole. The Rocket's stretchy, waterproof exterior sealed out drafts (and moisture) on long, windswept chairlift rides--and held the lofty 700-fill insulation snug against the body, eliminating what one tester called 'the flying muffin phenomenon.' Small pit zips dump heat, but if you tend to hike for your turns or prefer a jacket for the warmer resort days, too, this ain't it. THE VERDICT: Mega warmth combined with handy features (powder skirt, wrist gaiters, goggle pockets, and a tethered goggle wipe) make this the best ski puffy we've tested."