• Good weatherproofing.
• Powder skirt.
• Helmet compatible/removable hood.
• Great materials.
• Well built.
• A little baggy.
• Fabric has low breathability.
• No pit zips or powder skirt.
• Seams not taped (not waterproof).
With a zip-out liner that can also be worn alone, the High Camp 3-in-1 is a versatile, acceptably functional jacket at a very reasonable price. While the jacket provides adequate warmth and weatherproofing, it is relatively heavy and less breathable than others in the test. It also lacks many of the resort-specific amenities of others in the test. At the cheapest price of any jacket we tested, you get what you pay for.
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