Scapegoat Rosti - Rain Jackets: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Scapegoat Rosti - Rain Jackets: Reviews

   Photo: Mark Wiens


Newcomer Scapegoat absolutely nailed "performance casual" with the Rosti, which instantly felt like an old favorite. It's ideal for resort cruising and sidewalk surfing. On the slopes, the waterproof-breathable fabric, PrimaLoft One insulation, and meticulous seam-taping stood up to driving squalls at Beaver Creek. It doesn't have tons of ski-specific features (there's no powder skirt) but does have details unique among the jackets here (like custom artwork on the inner liner). 2.2 lbs (L);

Bonus: The two-way Riri zipper is bomber.

Bummer: The hood isn't removable.

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