Scapegoat Rosti – Rain Jackets: Reviews
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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); scapegoatbrand.com
Bonus: The two-way Riri zipper is bomber.
Bummer: The hood isn’t removable.