EMS Men's Deep Freeze 3-in-1 Jacket3-in-1 versatility with waterproof protection for skiing and winter hiking.
- Wear just the shell, or the liner, or both together
- System Three waterproof/breathable technology keeps you dry from rain and snow
- 3-layer construction keeps the shell’s weight to a minimum
- Thermolite Micro insulated liner, 100 grams
- Liner zips into shell
- Fully adjustable hood (shell)
- Shell has two zippered hand pockets, one zippered chest pocket
- Waterproof urethane zippers on all shell pockets
- Liner has two zippered hand pockets
- Hem cinchcord on shell and liner keeps out snow and wind
Fiber Content: Jacket shell: 100% polyester, Liner jacket shell: 30D nylon, Liner jacket lining: 100% nylon, Insulation: 100% polyester
Country of Origin: Imported
EMS Men's Deep Freeze 3-in-1 Jacket
EMS_Sale Yes Insulation Type Synthetic Removable Liner Yes Back Length 30 in. Insulation Thermolite Micro Snow Skirt No 3-in-1 Yes Ventilation N/A Waterproof Material System Three Weight 2 lb. 9.6 oz. Waterproof Yes Type Jackets Insulation Rating Warmer Hood Type Yes, fixed Construction 3 layer
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Dry In Monsoons
- Easy 3-in-1
- Material quality
- Warm In 20 Degrees
- Dramatically Bad Sizing
- Tight In All By Xl
- Every Day Winter Coat
- Straight Jacket
Comments about Eastern Mountain Sports EMS Men's Deep Freeze 3-in-1 Jacket:
I purchased this coat for everyday winter wear. I liked the appearance and felt the 3-in-1 would be good for unpredictable weather (and maybe stretch its usefulness into early spring). I've worn the coat in blustery 20 degree weather, high 40s, and in a late fall downpour. It performed quite well. I was warm (with a light fleece underneath). That said I suspect a t-shirt or button-down long sleeve wouldn't be enough in the coldest weather. During an unfortunate encounter with horizontal rain I stayed very dry (water just beaded off). Based on its performance I'd rate it five star.
Unfortunately, the sizing is way off. I am 5-11 and 160 pounds (slim build). Every other coat I've purchased has been a generic "medium". The original medium size coat I ordered online was extremely restrictive across the torso through the arms. I felt like I was wearing a child's jacket. I took it back to the store to exchange thinking maybe I got a bad size. Not only were the other medium's just as bad but the *large* also fit poorly! I probably should have purchased something else, but I decided to go with the x-large. It fits through the upper torso/arms (barely), but leaves an extra amount of material bulging around when I sit.
I don't know who this jacket would fit. A moderately muscular guy would feel very constrained even in an x-large. I can't see this being a particularly good coat for winter sports (despite the wet\cold protection) because its so freaking tight. Yeah, you can unzip the parts of the coat to let it "breath" but that doesn't help the tightness.
I can't honestly recommend this coat.
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