Blue, size XL. 2010 model, has some normal, minor wear and tear.
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Gear of the Year winner. Great jacket, just time to clear the closet a bit.
1. This is simply the most adapt-able winter-specific storm shell we tested. The key is Schoeller's new waterproof-breathable fabric with c_change technology, a membrane with a polymer structure that opens up when you get hot and contracts when you cool down. Translation: Testers didn't overheat when their buddies did on a spring slog, yet they stayed warmer while riding the lift.
2.The Koven Plus became our go-to jacket whether we were pounding out backcountry laps, ice-climbing in Rocky Mountain National Park, or tagging fourteeners in spring. Credit the use of stretchy fabric in high-mobility areas, stitch-free construction, precision-shaped fleece patches on the back and collar, and a trim, athletic cut suited to dynamic movements like tele turns.
3.A 21st-century storm shell must be versatile--especially if it costs more than a night at Yosemite's Ahwahnee Hotel. The Koven Plus delivered: Thanks to the adaptability of the fabric and the trim fit, as well as details like a perfectly sculpted hood and easy-to-reach pit zips, testers rated it tops for powder days, ice climbs, resort laps, and waiting around for their buddies to catch up.