Mammut Bristol Jacket Review

Jesse

Jesse's love of the outdoors brought him to Colorado back in 2004 and he's continued to enjoy the natural playground ever since, having moved to the Vail area in 2012. Jesse is a professional photographer specializing in weddings, portraits and active lifestyle advertising. As a photographer with a love of hiking and camping, Jesse is constantly testing ways to carry camera gear into the backcountry. A former Level II certificied ski instructor who gets over 50 days a year on the hill. He was first put on skis at the age of 2 and spent 10 years snowboarding as well so he has a pretty good handle on what makes great snow gear. Jesse has been a multi-sport athlete for most of his life and loves to be active. To learn more about Jesse's photography work, visit https://twoelkstudios.com/ and http://www.jessestarrproductions.com

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2 Responses

  1. Barry says:

    For that price it should be GORE-TEX, not some waterproofing that will we.ar out in a couple seasons.

    I’m pretty sure you can get an amazing ski jacket from Mammut or Arc’teryx that will last 20 years for the $450 this style piece costs.

    Not impressed with the review.

  2. Jesse says:

    Barry, Gore-Tex is not the only company capable of making waterproof fabrics/membranes. They are one of the most well known but my favorite waterproofing technology is actually from eVent. Mammut is quite capable of making a high-end waterproof/breathable fabric and did an excellent job with their DRYTech Premium fabric featured in the Bristol jacket. To be clear, the Bristol’s waterproofing is not based on a sprayed on DWR coating as is the case in some jackets; it has a proprietary waterproof/breathable fabric branded by Mammut.

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