Men's Ellis Jacket

Lightweight synthetic jacket

Lightweight synthetic jacket

The Ellis is a lightweight, warm, and ultra-comfy synthetic insulated jacket. This jacket is Insulated with Pinneco Core™, which is designed to be more breathable, thermally efficient and sustainably engineered than other insulation options. The fit is relaxed, with a stylish slanted-quilt design which eliminates bulk and allows for layering underneath. All the while providing excellent range of motion whether you're rowing out of a canyon at dusk or pedaling home after last call.
$89.98 $169.95
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Specs + Sizing

Features

Center front zipper includes interior no-draft flap and a zipper garage at chin



Features YKK Vislon zippers



Textured zipper pulls are easy to use with gloves



Adjustable drawcord at hem seals out wind



Stealth, no-draft thumb holes make layering easy and eliminate the gap between sleeve and glove



Two zippered hand-warmer pockets with zipper garages



Large interior mesh pockets for extra stash space



Exterior chest pocket doubles as stuff sack

Construction + Materials

Front Panel is insulated with Pinneco Core 60g synthetic insulation featuring a breathable membrane that boosts thermal efficiency by trapping heat and moving moisture out and away from your core.  



Pinneco Mantle™ 60g with quilt through construction on the back panels reduces bulk, increases breathability and pack-ability



Ultralight random rip-stop nylon shell is wind and water resistant with high tear strength and abrasion resistance



Lightweight breathable lining

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What’s in a Name?

The Ellis Freight Trail was a pipeline for supplies to the lumberman up in north Routt county at the end of the 19th century. Built by John Ellis, the trail accommodated wagons full of essentials like beef and connected the areas of Hahns Peak, Hog Park, and the Encampment River together.