For starters, the Brigandine was developed with input from legendary skiers Johnny Collinson and Sage Cattabriga-Alosa. Active Junky big mountain skier, speed flier and gear tester Reed Snyderman gave two thumbs up to the Brigandine after charging hard in South America, saying, “This is my favorite kit I’ve tested all trip.” Comfort and confidence are key at the top of big lines, and that’s exactly what testers felt with the lightweight, durable and revolutionary FuseForm construction. Essentially, FuseForm weaves multiple fiber types together, allowing designers to craft fabrics of varying densities and strengths, shaving weight or boosting resistance when needed. The fabric is waffled and pliable to the touch, but it repels water on par with the best shells we’ve tested, all while allowing freeriders to climb, skin, huck and spin with the utmost flexibility. A helmet compatible hood, pit zips, adjustable cuffs plus more of standard features – not to mention external flap-covered pockets and sufficient internal storage options – make this jacket as utilitarian as it is performance-oriented.
Size: S - XXL
Weight: 2 lb 1.2 oz
Materials: [laminate/membrane] HyVent (3-layer), [face fabric] 91% Cordura nylon, 9% spandex (90D x 160D)
Cash Back Amount$38.93