Dinosaur National Monument, Colorado and Utah
Acadia National Park, Maine
Wrangell–St. Elias National Park, Alaska
The Winter Blur has all the comforts we've come to expect from full-featured ski jackets.
The Patrol Hoody holds up reasonably well to rough weather and looks dapper enough for a night on the town.
The Ghost Whisperer is built for both the alps and the urban outdoorsman.
The versatile Rambler Reversible is ideal for kicking around town or collecting firewood in the forest.
The Diplomat jacket is sheik but can also stand up to a blizzard.
The loose-fitting Bomb Pop provides total freedom of movement on the slopes and in the air.
For an all-season, do-everything hard shell, you can't do much better than the Shift LT.
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The Ultrachange is recommended for skiing in all conditions.
The Cloud is great for city dwellers who like to look good and still rip.
The Avers is a jacket better suited to drier climbs.