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Men's Smokin Axle Jacket

Ultralight Synthetic Collection

Everyone needs a year-round, go-to layer that’s just right. From dawn patrol uphill ski sessions to fast hiking in the shoulder-season, the men's ultralight synthetic Smokin Axle Jacket is engineered to keep you dry and warm during highly aerobic activities where moisture control is essential. This ultralight insulated jacket is designed to regulate your core temperature and move moisture for performance without compromise by using extremely breathable, 4-way stretch fabrics that wear close to the body, providing maximum comfort and thermal efficiency in a wide range of conditions.
$91.98 $229.95
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Specs + Sizing


Athletic fit with body mapped materials for optimal body temperature regulation

Breathable 4-way stretch lining and Primaloft® Gold Active Insulation on back and side panels for maximized range of motion

Chest pocket. Lumbar pocket that doubles as a stuff sack

Adjustable draw-cord hem keeps the elements out and seals body heat in

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: 9oz / 255g

Shell/lining: bluesign® certified 12D 100% nylon rip-stop, PFOA and PFOS free water-repellent chemistry

Stretch fabric: recycled 20D 100% nylon stretch rip-stop, PFOA and PFOS free water-repellent chemistry

Insulation: bluesign® certified Primaloft® Gold Active - 100% polyester, 45% post-consumer recycled content

Here’s what other people think.

What’s in a Name?

Of all the things that could have been in the Yampa Valley, the Stagecoach Ski Resort is perhaps the biggest “what if?” of them all. Operating only for a short time between 1972-1974, the ski resort faced financial problems and was forced to close after the 1974 season. Among the short-lived trails were Smoknaxle, Quicksand, Turkey Trot, and Overland Mail.