A 3 in 1 jacket is a waterproof jacket that has three different layers that can be worn together or separately. The three layers are a shell layer, a insulation layer, and a liner layer. The shell layer is the outer layer of the jacket and is made from a waterproof and breathable fabric.
The insulation layer is the middle layer of the jacket and is made from a synthetic insulation material. The liner layer is the inner layer of the jacket and is made from a soft and comfortable fabric.
I got this jacket as I wanted a new insulated jacket for the ski season. I’ve worn it twice and will be selling it. For me personally it is lacking many features for a jacket on the slopes in the snowy pnw.
There is no chest pocket for phone, key etc. the front flap pockets only have to small Velcros so snow can get in, which it did. My keys and phone which had to be in the zipper hand pockets were soaking wet from the melted snow from the flap pockets.
The zipper ices up and is hard to lower when all the way up. There is no fleece or wool lining around the back of the neck so that soaks in moisture unless your hood is up. Last but not least which drives me crazy is when I pull the coat off, the inner removable liner always pulls out with my arms because the snap at the cuff hardly holds.
I guess when you buy online without really checking everything out this is what happens. If you just need a warm jacket it’s fine. As far as an advance on hill ski jacket for snow days, this is probably the worst coat I’ve owned in sometime.
This all-in-one jacket system offers a waterproof shell and an insulating fleece mid layer that can be zipped in on cold days or left at home when its warmer. Together, they deliver a great mix of warmth, weather protection, and versatility.
The outer shell is crafted from our signature Omni-Tech polyester, forming a rain jacket that keeps its promise of waterproof protection that breathes. The heavyweight 250g filament fleece inner jacket is made from 80 recycled polyester, and is warm and cozy when worn on its own.
Designed as a three point zip-in interchange system, youll appreciate the adjustable hood, zippered side pockets, an interior security pocket, adjustable cuffs at the sleeves, and a drawcord adjustable hem that seals the cold mix out, and keeps the dry warmth in.
This mens jacket system is available in multiple colors and sizes. Regular Fit. To ensure the right fit, please utilize our sizing chart and the following measurement instructions: For the sleeves, start at the center back of your neck and measure across the shoulder and down to the sleeve.
If you come up with a partial number, round up to the next even number. For the chest, measure at the fullest part of the chest, under the armpits and over the shoulder blades, keeping the tape measure firm and level.
This is an extremely nice jacket (As my wife says, “It’s beautiful. ”) with a lot of smart (but also at the price, must-have) details like the underarm vents and little soft, fleece covers over the zippers where the two jackets zip together so the zippers don’t irritate your neck or chin when the jacket is totally zipped up.
I bought the jacket on sale because it cost about as much as a down/synthetic down puffer jacket which is what I initially wanted, which is the inner jacket of this 3 in 1. Having a truly waterproof outer shell was icing on the cake.
As a single unit, the medium is a bit long on me, but in a way that makes layering possible for the coldest weather and enhances freedom of movement (plus no exposed wrists when you reach for something).
Had I bought it in a store and not online, I would have tried on a small to compare. At a little over 5’8” and 165 lbs, and a solid medium in just about everything, I would say this jacket runs a little large.
There are two things you may want to consider as you make your choice, which only occurred to me after I bought the jacket (which I do not regret at all). The first thing I didn’t consider was how the outer shell would fit on its own, without the puffy inner jacket.
Whereas the complete jacket is comfortably a little large, the shell sans liner is just that much bigger. It doesn’t look ridiculous, like I am a kid wearing my dad’s jacket, but maybe a hand-me-down from an older brother.
The small shell would likely be perfect on me, but add the liner and I’d likely feel restricted shoveling snow or skiing, defeating the purpose for me. So if you are right between sizes looking for a more fashionable fit vs an active one, consider the smaller size.
The second thing I didn’t consider was that, despite this being a very nicely made jacket which should last a very long time if not a lifetime with decent care, if you wear the daylights out of the inner jacket and use the shell only occasionally, as I am likely to do, and recognizing that accidents happen (thorns, branches, and excitable dogs will have their way), it doesn’t look like you can order a replacement inner jacket.
That said the inner jacket seems ready for a challenge, so I don’t think it’s a significant risk. Nonetheless, while I haven’t been out in subzero or rainy weather in it yet, I do really like and highly recommend this jacket, and am very glad I bought it.
If you travel and want to be ready for all weather, or want a ski jacket that offers a less ski-jacket-y option for going out on the town, this will fit the bill.
I purchased this 3-in-1 Jacket to replace a Columbia 3-in-1 Jacket I had for years and it held up well until it would not stay zipped. The zipper would split in the middle or open at the bottom. I had trouble finding any seamster, professional or amateur, to replace the zipper as the coat itself was still in good shape.
I did my research to find a replacement, checking reviews and specs on dozens of highly rated jackets of all kinds and styles of from many different manufacturers and I not limit my search to just a 3-in-1 jacket.
I had specific criteria that I wanted in the jacket, other than just size and fit, i. e. , materials, insulation, water-resistance, color, number of pockets, price, etc. , and I found few jackets that met all or most all those requirements.
I found the Columbia Wild Card Interchange jacket came closest to meeting my needs and there were many “5 star” reviews for this jacket. I was reticent about purchasing this jacket because a recurring complaint in the negative reviews for this jacket was about the zipper, which was the same problem I had with my current old Columbia jacket.
but. I issue didn’t arise until after many years of use. I purchased the jacket hoping this would not happen on the new jacket. The sizing and fit were great, consistent with the sizing chart. It’s warm and very comfortable in below freezing temperatures.
It has many commendable features and it has more pockets than most jackets, although I would have liked to have even more. I chose the Shark/Red color combination because I wanted a jacket that could be better seen at night.
Most other color combinations were darker. I was very pleased with my purchase until the zipper failed in the second week of wearing the jacket. The zipper separated at the bottom. It separately several times at the bottom after that and once in the middle ( about navel area).
Needless to say, I was very disappointed when that happened because I really liked the jacket. It’s warranted by Columbia and I’ve returned the jacket to Columbia for them to repair, which I hope they can do.
Some people may consider my rating high given the zipper issue, but to me that’s a fixable item and but for the zipper issue, this is otherwise an excellent product. For others, the risk of getting a jacket with a defective and/or inadequate zipper may be a deal breaker.
This is a terrific 3-in-1 coat with one caveat (I’ll get to that later). The outer shell is dead dry in torrential rain. You can open the pit-zips for ventilation, adjust the hood, and the cuffs (the hook-and-loop cuff adjustments are well-sized, so you can adjust them with gloves on).
It has a drawcord adjustment at the bottom hem of the coat to keep the warm in, and the storm flap helps keep the rain out. It has plenty of useful and well located pockets both outside and in. The synthetic-fill liner zips in and out plus has attachment points on the lower sleeves and top of the back to keep it inside the shell when you’re taking it on and off.
The liner’s hand pockets are fleece lined and have a nice feel. The liner includes Columbia’s new Omni-Heat technology, NASA-designed to reflect body heat back toward the body rather than letting it escape.
It’s a warm coat, to be sure (be prepared, though, the interior fabric looks like one of Michael Jackson’s glittery costumes. ). The designers took pains to ensure that there were garages at the top of the liner zippers and the main (shell) zipper.
But it’s the main zipper that is the flaw in this jacket: It’s too small. It would be a good zipper for a lightweight spring fleece or running rain shell, but it’s too small for this coat. If the designers had used the same zipper at the shell front that they used to zip the liner in, it would be a big improvement.
As it is, you have to take your gloves off to zip up the shell because the tongue of the zipper is so small you can’t really get hold of it wearing gloves. (And since it’s not a two-way zipper you have to open the whole coat to get at anything around your waist or in lower pockets).
All in all, a terrific coat, and the zipper issue isn’t so significant that I would return the jacket. But everytime I put it on and take it off, I think about it.
Men’s Full-Zip Jacket from Weatherproof (style 6086). A jacket for all seasons, layered with a PVC shell and removable inner no-pill polar fleece jacket with a nylon quilted lining. Removable hood. Open bottom cuffs.
Two front zipper pockets, two front hook-and-loop pockets. Bungie cord cinch in the waist of the outer jacket. Sealed zipper pocket on left sleeve. Lining Saver System allows the outer shell to be embroidered without damaging the jacket lining.
This coat is put together very well. Practical and effective. Outer jacket is great for most days in fall and early spring. Add liner and it is great for winter. Just what I was hoping for. Not so bulky that you can’t move around.
my second one. Great jacket not bulky everyone liked it. Keeps warm really easy to move in. Waterproof 100% my first one has had it does not hold up to the cold anymore mind you it 9 years old an it done its job for all most all of them.
The North Face Men’s Arrowood Triclimate Jacket is a 3-in-1 waterproof jacket with fleece inner for versatility on the trails. This jacket is made with a waterproof, breathable, seam-sealed DryVent 2L shell with taffeta lining that is complemented by a 200-weight, smooth-face fleece inner liner.
Both layers work with zip-in-compatible inner jacket or complementing garments from The North Face. This jacket features adjustable Velcro cuffs that help you get the perfect fit, as well as exposed, VISLON center front zip with internal draft flap to lock in the heat.
Its attached, adjustable hood offers extra protection and coverage, while the zippered chest and hand pockets give you a safe place to place your valuables. You will fall in love with The North Face Men’s Arrowood Triclimate Jacket.
High-performance parka designed to accommodate the needs of law enforcement officers. Waterproof polyester shell keeps you dry and is one of two layers in this men’s jacket. Warm, removable fleece liner can be worn zipped into top layer or on its own.
Removable ID panels on chest and back. Hidden document pockets on chest. TacTec System compatible and features shoulder-mounted mic clips for police radio. Side zippers for ventilation and access to sidearm weapon.
Hook-and-loop storm cuffs keep out elements. Durable YKK zipper front closure. Engineered for unbeatable performance in rapidly changing climates, the 5. 11 3-in-1 Parka combines a high performance, all-weather, fully waterproof shell with a removable insulated liner that can be worn as a standalone jacket.
A detachable hood and hook-and-loop storm cuffs keep out wind and rain while side zippers provide quick access to a firearm or can be used for additional ventilation when temperatures fluctuate. Hidden document pockets at the chest provide ample covert storage, a TacTec System compatible inner lining allows complete customization of accessories, removable ID panels on the chest and back provide quick identification for law enforcement officers, and mic clips at the shoulders keep your radio cords secure.
I searched forever for a good quality tactical winter jacket. I think I have found it. A lot of pluses. Some room for improvement. Some observations. Very warm. I had to take out inner lining to stop sweating.
So that’s good. Plenty of pockets for stuff. However, several pockets are velcroed shut. I would much prefer zippers for all of them. Not a deal breaker, but would be better security. The cuffs are also velco to adjust to fit.
Again, I prefer an “accordion” cuff that stretches to fit. A velcro cuff always feels looser. No matter the jacket. I wish the inner and outer jacket had a second inner pocket. More security that way, more storage.
They are velcro. Removable hood is a nice option. Nice to have attached as well. Fits snug so I returned the original size ordered for one size bigger. Much better fit if you want to layer up, which you probably won’t have to do as the jacket is warm.
Customer service was easy to deal with and they took care of my return with no hassle. The inner removable jacket, while not waterproof is nonetheless a nice well built jacket. It should serve well as a three season coat.
It should be waterproof as well but, not a deal breaker. It should have a second inner pocket. I could only find one other tactical winter jacket that may have been better but. It was $200 more. Too pricy for me.
Overall I’m very happy with this jacket. From a warmth standpoint as well as being tactical. Meaning waterproof, not just water resistant. Plenty of pocket for stuff. Well built, quality jacket. Don’t hesitate to get one.
Immediately had to separate the inner jacket from the outer shell, jacket is too warm for where I live. Sustained exposure to cold weather or living in northern regions and this would be ideal together.
Like the option of separating the pieces and wear the inner fleece jacket almost daily. Runs true to size as these days XL is the new large, probably should have ordered XL but the XXL works fine. Definitely a good purchase for the price range I paid.
The jacket is great overall. Super warm, completely water proof. The inner jacket is a full on jacket by itself but. the zipper is plastic and the zipper retainer box is really cheap plastic. It really needs to be made of metal because the slider body is heavy metal.
I washed the inner jacket per the instructions exactly and the retainer box completely shattered in the wash, like, multiple pieces. This happened a few years ago as well with the Patrol Jacket. maybe if there was a way to use a metal retainer with the plastic zipper than this jacket would be perfect but left unchanged I couldn’t recommend anyone get this jacket until the problem/”Achilles Heal” is fixed because the zipper is the most critical part that makes this jacket functional.
The Bracken Extreme Mens 3 in 1 Waterproof Jacket is a stylish and versatile piece, with a detachable inner softshell and durable waterproof outer. Our Extreme 3 Year Waterproof Guarantee promises that you garment will remain waterproof for three years (see T&C for futher information) It s a great piece for changeable weather conditions.
3 in 1 – Wear your jacket three ways. Outer Waterproof Shell, Inner Warm Lightweight Jacket and of course both togetherThermal Tested -20 °C – Laboratory tested. Health & physical activity, exposure time & perspiration will affect performance & comfort Waterproof – Our IsoDry fabric has a waterproof and breathable membrane to allow perspiration out, but keep you dry.
Rated at 10,000mm waterproof and 5,000g breathableExtreme – Our high performance Extreme c.
Great coat, I’ve taken it out for a rip in Dec in Toronto -10 – -6 Celsius and a sweater underneath and I was snug as a bug, even in the skyscraper wind tunnels. Not really the toughest test but I’m going winter camping at the end of Jan which will be the real test so I’ll post a follow-up review after that.
My only complaint is the the inner and outer breast pocket are on the same side of the jacket and you can’t really get full use of both if you’re using one, you know?.
Much too loose comparing to the Size Chart, which should be designed for Coats only, not the same Sizing Chart used for fitted tops. Beautiful bulky coat. I had to send it back. Too much trouble to reorder.
When you need a jacket with versatility, choose the Defender 3-in-1. The winter jacket provides waterproof and windproof protection and comes with a mesh-lined body. When rain disappears, take off the waterproof outer layer to reveal a warming fleece.
The men’s jacket features a peached polyester finish for super-soft comfort against the skin.
Three-in-One. The men’s TRES 3-in-1 parka is versatile, waterproof, and warm, serving as its own layered system. The shell has is a 2-layer H2No Performance Standard waterproof poly stretch twill construction and a Durable Water Repellent finish.
A lining of recycled poly plain weave helps keep it all warm and moisture-tight. The hood is adjustable and removable, and two handwarmer pockets with two security chest pockets keep your goods safe.
You can wear the shell on its own in the rain, with the waterproof, breathable, windproof barrier it forms. The zip-out puff jacket features 700 fill power recycled down insulation. The lining is ripstop, DWR-finished.
Horizontal quilting holds the down in place. Microfleece-lined zip handwarmer pockets and a passport chest security pocket give essential storage options. The inner chest security pocket doubles as the zip-out jacket’s stuff sack, with carabiner loop.
The hem is adjustable with hidden cords running to the handwarmer pockets.
I was looking for a down coat that was waterproof and grabbed this one as the store was closing. I liked that it was 3-in-1 so I could wear the components separately. I’m a small in most things but have found that Patagonia fits me oddly.
In a Patagonia rain parka I bought last year the XS fit everywhere but my hips and the small was giant everywhere else. I bought this in a medium (that’s all they had) and it fit pretty comfortably when all the parts were together, but was a bit roomier than I like on my back and waist while being a bit snug on my hips.
I was able to remedy the snug around the hips issue when all parts were together and unzip the bottom of the 2-way zipper, but when I took down layer out I found that while it zipped it was not comfortable on my hips.
I also noticed down coming out of it, which shouldn’t happen to a new jacket in this price range. When the outside was worn by itself it looked and felt several sizes too big in my back, bust, waist, and fit fine in my hips.
Overall impressions, the jacket is pretty warm but wouldn’t be warm enough for extreme winters (I’ve worn it in low 20s and been ok, but wouldn’t imagine it would be great for much colder), internal pocket could be bigger and I wish there was one on both layers of the jacket (internal pocket is only in the down), I wished that there was a down hood because the hood isn’t warm at all.
It’s an ok coat with an odd fit especially if you have bigger hips. It doesn’t really function well for me without all three layers together and I think I’d be better off with a jacket that doesn’t have a zip out interior.
I haven’t tried it in rain or snow to know if it’s waterproof but it does seem like it is indeed waterproof and the outer shell does feel well made.
I thought this would be the perfect coat because of its length, waterproof and windproof layer, and a 700 fill insulated layer. I was shocked to find that I could practically count the few down/feathers in each square.
it does not have any loft. I own multiple down vests and coats with fill levels of 500 and one coat with a fill level of 850. This coat does not come anywhere close to the loft of even my 500’s. I thought about keeping it for the the top layer and putting it over one of my current down coats but it won’t fit over them because they actually have down in them! This coat is horribly disappointing, especially for a brand like Patagonia.
I have shown this coat to lots of friends and they all agree that there is very little down in it.
I really wanted to keep this coat. Waterproof, down & worthy of the streets or the woods. BUT, the fit is SLIM! It actually says Slim on the tag when I got it. I am a true Medium, 8-10, I ordered the Medium and it is way too tight to zip past my hips.
I can get it, but it’s not comfortable. It fits perfectly everywhere else EXCPET the hips. I am not able to layer at all or wear any winter items underneath. I tried it on with a sweater and couldn’t get it to zip over it.
The outer shell fits just perfectly with the sweater, but not with the inner puffer coat (which is the most used layer!). I have to return and am sad to do so. The sleeves seemed oddly wide too, like other reviewers there are no cuffs which would’ve been a good addition here.
Meet the Visby 3-in-1 jacket from the brand Fjällräven. This jacket is inspired by the coastal town of Visby, where in the fall it can just turn from rain and wind to bitter cold. With the Visby 3-in-1 Jacket you are prepared for all weather conditions.
The coat consists of two parts, which can be worn separately or together. The sturdy outer jacket is made of polyester and is completely wind and waterproof. The inner jacket is a bit more flexible and above all provides a lot of warmth and high breathability.
Both the inner part and the outer part are perfect to wear separately in different circumstances and when you combine them, you have a jacket that is warm enough for the winter. The outer jacket also has a hood with a drawstring and has two side pockets and a Napoleon pocket on the inside.
I bought this a month ago for hiking in cool/cold-ish weather (40-50 F). I love the design that it could be worn in 3 different ways – for rainy/windy days; for cold season; for crazily rainy AND windy AND cold weather.
I bought this coat for a trip to San Francisco, where the weather can be sunny, rainy, windy, cold, all in the same day! The zip out lining and water repellent outer jacket was perfect to cover every condition.
I’m so glad I got it, and I look forward to using it for many years to come.
The Foray 3-in-1 Parka is a protective and versatile Gore-Tex Paclite waterproof parka, with an insulated zip-in zip-out liner jacket for adaptable warmth. Worn together, the shell and liner are perfect for winter cold and snow.
The shell alone is ideal for spring and fall rain storms. The liner jacket alone is a versatile insulator for cool dry days. No all-in-one outerwear system is better.
I’ll start by saying how amazing it is to have the option to buy a quality technical shell in plus sizes. A big thank you to Outdoor Research for offering plus sizes! Pros: This jacket is lightweight and (thus far at least) waterproof, super wind resistant, pretty breathable (the long zip vent feature really helps with that) and seems like it will be durable and long lasting.
The hood is really well designed and I can cinch the hood down in wet/windy weather without losing my peripheral vision. I wasn’t in love with the plus size color options so chose the black. Not exciting but I like how it looks with the black welded zipper.
Con: My only con for this jacket is just what the previous reviewer noted: this jacket is quite snug on the hips-suprisingly so. I wear an 18W-20W usually but sized up to a 3X to allow room for a puffy underneath.
The chest and upper arms fit perfectly, (so unusual for a plus size jacket), but the hips are close. I can easily remedy this by unzipping the vents a bit but I would have preferred more room in the hip area.
Overall I’m really pleased with my purchase and I can’t wait to see what else OR comes out with for plus sizes. I’ve got my fingers crossed for a hooded down puffy!.
This soft and sturdy high tech material–stretchy so heavenly–is absolutely waterproof. The beads of water look so pretty on the so flexible material. The colors are gorgeous. I bought the Men’s Medium in the soft blue-grey, so haute couture and peaceful on the eyes, though I’d want also the earthy sepia color.
This size is roomy for me on purpose: Although only a 5’6″ slender female, I like layering underneath and the jacket’s 29″ back drop covers my derrier, draping elegantly to let water not drip onto leg garments.
I like this size for my frame, though not so body conforming as some millennials may prefer, as even the sleeves are long enough to encompass my hands when it is windy cold wet. The pit zips are of a very generous length.
The drawstrings in the hood and hem make for complete protection when it’s whipping out there. while totally styling. Thanks once again OR for a very practical, beautiful, elegant, comfortable product that will last for decades.
This jacket visually looks nice, but that’s about where it stops for me. I have arms, and shoulders, and biceps, but I’m not a body builder and I don’t rock climb; I’m just your pretty average athletic build but also likes pizza and beer.
But I can’t drive my truck without the fabric pulling against my biceps and armpits. I can’t even come close to crossing my arms without the fabric across my back and upper arms getting super tight. When I sit down, the zipper puckers over my chest and makes a giant point.
I read that some people commented on the crinkly noise the jacket makes and I though they were being a bit dramatic – they are not. This is the loudest jacket I have ever worn, just walking down the hallway at work it crinkled and swooshed with literally every muscle movement.
I bought a large so I could layer underneath it, so it’s not a matter of it being too big. This is just a dreadful jacket. Yes, the rain beaded nicely when I walked to my truck. Aside from an emergency jacket you hopefully don’t actually need to use, I can’t really think of when anyone should wear it.
A jacket for all seasons, Lorton 3-in-1 is a versatile choice. The stretch AquaDry Membrane outer jacket with EcoShield PFC-free DWR and grown-on hood provides waterproof coverage, while the detachable inner fleece offers easy-care insulation.
Not yet worn but will be put to the test in the Lake District soon. Really well made with plenty of pockets. Good bright colour, important for visibility on the fells. My usual size leaves plenty of room for warm layers underneath.
At last, a jacket that fits. From the top, a nice fitting hood, good across the shoulders and under the arms. Just enough room around the chest and back. A very good length overall as are the arms. Very warm as well.
Very nice feel to this jacket and well made, looks good too. I chose a medium fit and glad I did.
You will appreciate this waterproof and warm 3-in-1 jacket because it can be adapted to cope with rain and provide warmth depending on the weather. Combined with a detachable fleece, this durable jacket has multiple zipped pockets for traveling the world with peace of mind in a wide range of weather conditions and temperatures down to 0°C.
I was looking for this type of jacket since long time. Finally, I found at Decathlon. The fit and finish is really good and matches with any world class brand like Tiklas, Super Dry etc. The zip is slightly lighter compared to the weight of the jacket but works fine.
The best part of this jacket is a rolling cap feature inside the collar. I never like caps and just because of this, I rejected many available in the market. The inner fleece is too good and can be easily detached from the outer jacket making it a complete independent one to wear as per the weather.
Overall, value for money as I tried it in extreme cold (India) temperature of upto 5 degrees Celsius. Fortunately, it served the purpose. Last but not the least, it is water proof as well!!.
Tru-Spec’s H2O Proof 3-in-1 parka is a versatile outerwear system that will keep you warm and protected in a variety of weather conditions. It features the same design as the H2O Proof 3-in-1 jacket, but with a longer waist for added protection.
Made up of a combination of two fully functional jackets, both the waterproof nylon outer shell and the lightweight but insulating inner jacket can be worn on their own or combined for maximum protection against extreme weather conditions.
Features like a removable hood with an adjustable opening on the outer shell and elasticized cuffs on the inner jacket provide a high degree of protection from rain, wind, and other inclement weather.
Numerous pockets allow for easy access to personal and professional gear, including full length side zippers for immediate weapon access. Tough enough to use on-duty, but comfortable enough that you’ll want to wear it all the time.
Great jacket. Actually warm with the liner in it. Extra Velcro latches on both sides along with the zipper between to keep it closed well. Same on the cuffs with Velcro. Awesome molded hood and completely waterproof.
Removable too with zipper. Looks great as well. Content!.
This jacket is the answer to the question, “Can I where my jacket, or carry my raincoat, or should I where my overcoat?” The 3 in 1 more than adequately answers this question. It is warm, comfortable, and waterproof! It fits well, it has zippered pockets, and has zippers on the sides that go from the waist to the armpit.
These side zippers provide space especially if you wear a duty belt or other concealed paraphernalia about your waist. For the price, it is an outstanding bargain. I recommend it to anyone who has enough stuff to lug around and wants a jacket that can do the job of three.
Finally found a jacket that my son likes. Exceptionally well made and very versatile given that lining zips out. It is still warm where we live so no reports yet on how it insulates, but the quality looks excellent.
Durable, versatile, and warm when you want it to be, this 3-in-1 is equipped with the Hoodlink system that makes packing a breeze. Ideal for when you’re not quite sure what the conditions will be looking like, the infiDRY membrane is both waterproof and breathable for long-lasting comfort day in and day out.
If you thought you couldn’t get any smarter, take a spin in the 686 Smarty 3-in-1 Form Jacket and see what happens. Hood Link System Hoodlink adds new organization to your gear. By adding a proprietary clip to the one-cinch hood adjuster and a single loop inside your hood, your jacket can now be rolled up and transformed into a neat, packable object.
Slide your accessories under the bungee and you have the perfect start to any trip. 2-Layer infiDRY Fabric with Durable Water Repellent (DWR) Finish 686 2-Layer infiDRY fabric is perfect for daily use in a wide range of conditions.
Specialty fabrics are laminated and bonded to a Polyurethane (PU) infiDRY membrane on the underside of the fabric. For further protection, the laminated fabric is then applied on the exterior with a water resistant C6 environmentally friendly DWR finish to repel snow and water from penetrating the fabric.
This creates a superior fabric with a one-way portal for moisture that is virtually impenetrable from the outside, yet allows your body’s sweat to evaporate and pass through the fabric from the inside out creating a more comfortable experience.
infiDRY 20K | 20K Waterproof / 15K Breathable This membrane blocks water, snow and wind from entering your garment, and is hydrophilic on the inside – attracting any moisture inside your jacket (sweat) and moving it through to the outside of the fabric where it is able to evaporate, thus keeping you both dry and warm.
Modern Fit Not too loose, not too slim, 686’s Modern Fit leaves enough room to accommodate all riding styles without sacrificing style. Removable SMARTY 3-in-1 Midlayer with 160g infiLOFT Insulation Circular-like filament groupings individually retain heat while having a very soft hand feel.
The synthetic fibers have high moisture resistance, high warmth, and excellent loft. A great all around affordable insulation.
I’ve worn this skiing for 17 days so far this season (jacket and pants). Conditions ranging from mid thirties and sunny, to single digits and cloudy. It’s performed flawlessly. I don’t put the liners in unless its in the teens and cloudy/windy.
The hard-shells alone, with a couple layers underneath have been more than adequate most days. Wind resistance is good. Water resistance is good as well. No complaints whatsoever. Like others have said, I definitely feel that I got way more than what I paid for in this setup.
Removable inner insulator can be used individually. Once concerning point is this inner insulator is less breathability. Mostly I’m using this jacket without inner when snowboarding. Wearing inner insulator as down jacket in the town.
The outer shell works fine. Powder guard is available. No wrist cuffs. Useful inner and outer pockets.
Wore this jacket for the first time yesterday. Wind Chill in single digits. I wore it with just a base layer under and it was perfect, I was toasty warm! I wish I could take off 1/2 star for one 1 reason.
The inner liner is only secured with cheap plastic buttons, they don’t hold so when you pull your arm out, unless you hold the sleep, the liner pulls the sleeve out. It really isn’t a huge deal, just think 686 could have done a little better job securing.
I am not unhappy with the purchase, I love the jacket.
The vortex waterproof 3-in-1 jacket is a force to be reckoned with! It features two jackets which can be worn separately or combined for the ultimate warm and waterproof experience. The 100% polyester shell is waterproof and the inner jacket is nylon, zippered and made with 100% polyfill.
The hood is detatchable with a locking drawcord. The full-length inner storm flap has a chin guard and protects from all types of weather. The pockets on the chest and sleeve are made with a contrast zipper, as well as the front pockets.
The cuffs are adjustable with a hook and loop closure and the bottom hem is open. The patented Port Pocket makes for easy embroidery access. The inner jacket has open hems and slash pockets.
Weather changes in a flash get protection that rolls with the punches. Our 3-in-1 Jackets let you customize your protection. The outer jacket is lightweight and 100% waterproof, with a roll-in hood you can zip into the collar when not in use.
The inner jacket gives you warmth in a puffer style. Wear just the outer when it is wet, just the inner when it is cold and combine the two for those unbearable frigid, rainy conditions.
Versatility at its best, the 3-in-1 Powder Town Jacket features H2No Performance Standard waterproof/breathable protection and a breathable zip-out liner jacket with 60-g FullRange insulation; the 3-in-1 system can be worn as a shell, light insulation or as a waterproof, insulated jacket.
Our best-value waterproof 3-in-1 jacket. Slightly Fitted. Best with midweight layer. Falls at hip. Water-resistant, windproof recycled nylon inner jacket. Waterproof Tek 2. 5 recycled ripstop nylon outer shell.
PrimaLoft insulation in inner jacket: 70% recycled polyester, 30% polyester. Machine wash and dry. Liner jacket features adjustable hem and elasticized cuffs. Wear the waterproof, breathable Trail Model Jacket alone on mild, wet days.
Easy-grip zippers are simple to pull even when wearing gloves. Stay comfortable and dry in any condition, from light drizzles to heavy downpours. Zip both jackets together for complete waterproof protection and reliable warmth.
Both jackets have two zippered hand pockets plus one chest pocket. Shell jacket features adjustable hood and cuffs, plus full-length storm flap. Wear the light-yet-warm PrimaLoft-insulated jacket alone on dry, cool days.
Great jacket. It is light and comfortable, but amazingly warm once your body heat builds up in it. When I first put it on I thought it was way too light to be warm but I was wrong! My other LLBean winter coat is warm but really bulky so the freedom to move around comfortably in this coat is great.
I do really wish it had more pockets inside. The pocket it does have is placed weirdly over the breast, but at least its an inside pocket to keep my phone from freezing. The cut is a little odd in that it is like a high waisted (an A line?) dress, but still the coat looks fine.
Overall I like it a lot. With a slight redesign it would be perfect!!.
Marmot KT Component 3-in-1 Jacket — From the lifts to the summit, the mountains often bring unexpected weather. Prepare for anything with the 3-in-1 KT Component Jacket. The shell features water-repelling 2-layer GORE-TEX technology, PFC-free water-repellent treatment, and 100% seam-taped construction to keep you dry.
The Thermal R insulated jacket liner easily zips out to adjust quickly to warmer or colder temperatures throughout the day and the wind-blocking Pertex Quantum fabric helps improve the performance of the insulation.
The removable storm hood with brim comes off easily when not in use. Vertical zippered chest, hand, and sleeve pockets keep essentials easily accessible.
This great jacket has been in my quiver for almost a year. It is stylish enough for a fancy night out on the town, but bomber and rugged to withstand wilderness adventures. The versatility is awesome and I use all there modalities.
The outer shell combined with the inner insulated jacket is very warm and dry in winter storm conditions. The Medium size even fits over a suit jacket or a bulky fleece/sweater on my 5’8′ 153 pound frame.
the inner jacket is my 4 plus season go to living at 9000 feet in the Colorado Rockies. And the outer shell shell serves well as a stand alone rain jacket for the high precipitation days. A very versatile, well designed product.
Marmot just gets it – fit was perfect, lift the arms, jacket keeps the hips warm, price was amazing, sales in the spring baby and you can have Marmot for every season. I was suprised the loft on the inner insulated jacket are the same as their next jacket down – 3 in 1, so could have created more loft for winter – esp those of us in colder clims.
Zippers can be a bit sticky at times, grabbing fabric, esp. on the insulated jacket. Really like that they put pockets on the interior of shell, and on the inside chest of both shell and insulated jacket.
The Gortex, for 3 layer seems soft overall, was hoping for a little more sturdiness, to handle abrasion, but this is still a great jacket and price for GTX that is good.
I’ve worn this jacket for three ski trips and it’s performed perfectly so far. It’s kept me warm, dry, and wind-protected. I wanted to invest in Goretex and the Marmot workmanship seems high-quality and well-designed.
I haven’t needed to remove the liner yet ybut I anticipate it will work perfectly when things warm up for spring skiing. I may even wear the liner on its own après ski. I especially like the longer length as it ensure there isn’t a gap between jacket and pants when sitting on the chair lift or getting snow down your backside if you fall in softer conditions.
I anticipate this jacket will last longer than I might even want to wear it, simply because in a few seasons I’ll probably want another style/color jacket haha. I’m 5’10” 195 pounds with an athletic build and the medium size is fitting like a glove.
(I’d think about sizing up if I was any bigger. ) Zero regrets on this first purchase of Marmot goods and I’ll gladly look to buy more in the future.
Patagonia Lone Mountain 3-in-1 Jacket Coat (S, black) – A hard, weatherproof shell with a soft, comfortable core: the Lone Mountain 3-in-1 Jacket by Patagonia! This absolutely high-quality zip-in combination of a hardshell coat and down jacket is a universal solution for challenging outdoor activities in harsh weather conditions.
The lined inner jacket achieves a high thermal output even when it is wet, with its 92% recycled Thermolite insulation. Thermolite hollow fibres have a particularly large surface so that they are very lightweight and dry quickly despite good robustness.
They are enclosed by a Taffeta outer material, which combines strength and high functionality with a soft touch and in addition is treated here with a permanently water-repellent DWR finish. Therefore even when worn alone, the inner jacket combines robust weather protection with a high level of comfort.
In combination with the 2-layer coat, even in the most inclement weather conditions you have a very tough and durable protective shell around the body. Its outer material is an H2No fabric, whose waterproofing does not diminish even with constant bending and abrasion.
In the production of the Lone Mountain 3-in-1 jacket, Patagonia not only pays attention to functionality but also fulfils the social standards of the Fair Trade certification!.
This parka truly is a beast! I’ve been wearing it non stop since mid December due to a really cold run of weather (-25C to -35C). The interior of the jacket is really smooth and glides over anything you have on.
The zipper is easy (not too low) and slides without much effort. Folks have said that the pockets are deal breakers because they’re not insulated. While I agree that this could be better, I find that I don’t really use the pockets often because I’m wearing a thick pair of gloves/mitts with the jacket which wouldn’t fit in the pockets anyway.
On the odd time that I wear thinner gloves, it’s easy to fit my hands in the pockets without issue and they help block the wind so my hands don’t get too cold. The snorkel hood design is excellent and makes the jacket have a great collar when the hood is down.
Even in these freezing temperatures, I can zip up the neck without the hood and bury my face deep inside, which covers well above my nose and ears. Having the hood up adds some serious warmth when there are cross winds.
The only downside of having the hood up is when the wind is head-on and I find that the wind funnels down the neck of the jacket. Like with any down product, you have to move to get things heated up to trap the warmth, but once you’re warm it’s hard for that heat to escape.
The buttons add great style although I haven’t had a need to use the top two because it does prevent unzipping the collar if you need to come up for air. Love this jacket. It’s sleek, stylish and really warm.
Had this jacket for a year now, and it is my absolute favourite jacket for running and cycling when it’s misty or drizzle. It is so breathable and thin it feels like you don’t even have a jacket on. It feels nice against the skin, I can wear it with a tank top or T shirt just to keep the chill off when there is some rain while being really active.
It’s very good as a windbreaker. It’s not designed to be waterproof, and that’s why I bought it, it’s That ideal balance of breathable but some water protection and wind protection. It packs down tiny into the chest pocket to fit in a belt bag or clip to the bike.
I was worried it would tear quickly, as it feels and looks tissue paper thin. But it is not fragile ! it’s survived mtb all year round, winds up shoved in the back or the truck, tramped on by kids, and it keeps going.
I sized up, I’m always a small in Patagonia and went with the medium and no regrets, it’s not baggy but has room in the shoulder. Oh and the hood is fantastic under a bike helmet, has a toggle at the back to angle the hood away from your vision.
The cuffs are baggy, which I like cause I can easily slide it up to check my garmin while moving, but that could be be a downside for some. 10/10 would recommend this jacket.
It took a whole year of trying different models from different brands to settle down on this. I tried Canada Goose Langford, Expedition, Arcteryx Thorsen, Therme, Kanuk Mont-Royal, Lululemon Cold City Parka and finally, Patagonia Frozen Range Parka.
This parka includes the best features of all different brands I tried. Scuba hood, Gore-Tex, multiple pockets, ethically produced, lightweight, breathable and warm for the coldest temperatures with allowance to layering.
This is the gold standard of winter parkas. I’d recommend sizing up once, otherwise the scuba hood will apply pressure to your mouth/chin area and will eventually make it uncomfortable. For sizing, I’m 5’10 and 165 lb.
I usually wear size M, but got L in this one. M is more like a slim fit look, but not as comfy as L. L doesn’t look too baggy, but a relaxed look. Overall, sizing up is the best choice.
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