Gear Institute's 2012 Ski Jacket Reviews: Eider Tamos

The Eider Tamos is a moderately insulated, ski specific parka system consisting of a shell paired with synthetic insulation

Tamos.    Photo: Eider

    •    Great fit.
    •    Removable powder skirt/hood.
    •    Fabric a bit stretchy.
    •    Very weatherproof.
    •    Lightweight.

    •    Hood not helmet compatible.
    •    A bit expensive.

Eider hangs its hat on tailoring, and the very toasty Tamos jacket certainly fits and performs very well. It’s certainly full-featured—hosting a virtual library of ski resort jacket bells and whistles. Even with the full slate of features and close attention to detail, though, it is definitely a bit expensive compared with other jackets offering similar performance.

Read the full review at Gear Institute, a network of the best outdoor gear testers in America, dedicated to providing the most professional, objective, and helpful advice you can get about the gear you depend on.

Filed To: Snow Sports, Ski Gear, Skiing and Snowboarding, Clothing-Apparel, Jackets, Insulated, Gear
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