Pros: Great fit. timeless design
Cons: doesn't go out of style, why replace it?
While my jacket is two years old, it is basically the same jacket that is currently offered with slight evolutionary changes, seams were moved for slightly better articulation and the material has a bit more of a 4 way stretch feel, past that the basics are still there, great fit, seam sealed and a simple clean design.
Size Tested: L
Cut/Style: Freeride, Fitted, Mountaineering
Type: Hard Shell
True to Size: (select one) Yes, No
Notable Features: Pass sleeve, pit zips, sealed zippers, attached hood oh and if bulletproof is a feature, the Moe has it.
Environment & Conditions:
Initial Impressions: comfort fit
Location of Test: All over North America
Length of time Tested: 100+ days
Weather Conditions: everything
Tried on or Own: Own
Height/Weight: 5'10 190lb
Jacket size: L
Pants Size: 36R
Ski Days/Season: 60+
Years Skiing: 37
Preferred Attire: Shell/Layering
Current Clothing Quiver: DNA Moe jacket. Cloudveil Koven pant. Patagonia down sweaters. SOS sweaters.