Mammut Eigerjoch Hybrid Insulated Jacket Review


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2 Responses

  1. Andreas Lium says:

    Nothing on sizing? How tall are you, waist/chest, what size is the jacket you’re wearing? Is it roomy in the shoulder/armpit area? What is the back length of the jacket?

  2. Jesse says:

    Hi there Andreas,
    I am 6’1″ and have a very long torso for my height. I am about a 44 shoulder measurement. The length of the jacket accommodates my long torso, so it should be fine for all but the tallest wearers. The shoulder area is structured in a way that allows very good movement. Mammut tends to think about mobility since a lot of their customers are climbers.

    Hope this helps!

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