Men's Barrows Jacket

Superlight Synthetic Collection

On a long day out in the backcountry, maximum warmth and maximum moisture management is crucial. Our superlight synthetic Barrows Jacket ensures your core stays warm, resisting water from the outside with a breathable membrane on the inside, actively drawing moisture away while trapping heat close to the body. Engineered with a body mapped combination of recycled Pinneco® materials for increased breathability and packability for a versatile, everyday jacket you’ll wear on the weekend through the work week.
$91.98 to $126.47 $229.95
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Specs + Sizing


Regular fit with Pinneco Core® in front torso to boost body warmth and optimize dryness. Pinneco Mantle™ on back and sleeves increase insulation performance and water-resistance. 

Zip hand pockets, large interior mesh drop-in pockets, and chest pocket that doubles as stuff sack. 

Covert adjustable draw-cords in hood and hem. 

Built in hood visor adds weather proofing and increased visibility. 

YKK Vislon® zippers with textured zipper pulls for ease of use. 

Stealth, no-draft thumb holes insulate hands while eliminating the gap between sleeve and glove.

Construction + Materials

Size Medium Weight: 14oz / 397g

Shell: bluesign® certified, GRS certified 20D 100% post-industrial recycled nylon rip-stop, PFOA and PFOS free water-repellent chemistry

Lining: GRS certified 20D 100% post-consumer recycled polyester taffeta, PFOA and PFOS free water-repellent finish

Insulation: Pinneco Core® - 50% recycled polyester with breathable membrane. Pinneco Mantle™ - 100% post-consumer recycled polyester PET.

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What’s in a Name?

The Barrows family came to Steamboat Springs from Colorado in 1951. They were very active in the skiing community and instrumental in fundraising efforts and the organization of Winter Carnival events. James ‘Moose’ Barrows, was one of the youngest members of the Junior National Ski Team and was inducted into the Colorado Ski Hall of Fame in 1996.