Mammut Lobuche - Hard Shell Jackets: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Mammut Lobuche - Hard Shell Jackets: Reviews

   Photo: Shana Novak

Good for Backcountry
The trim-fitting Lobuche is every bit as breathable and snow- and rainproof as any hard shell we've ever tested. But it's got something else up its sleeves. Because glues and seams can interfere with breathability, Mammut uses electrical current to bond the Lobuche's waterproof-breathable membrane to the outer shell. Does it work? Hard to say, but we think so: We did manage to ski-tour in above-freezing temps without getting clammy. Either way, the stretchy Lobuche is a great choice to do every sport—year-round—which may even justify the price. 1.1 lbs;

Note: Mammut has discontinued this jacket

Filed To: Men's, Hard Shell

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