The Analog Alder Jacket is well rounded and versatile enough to take on a heavy-hitting park day or a quick foray into the backcountry for some pillowy goodness. Durable fabrics mean you won't have to baby this jacket or worry about it falling apart if you tear through some branches, and a lightweight spread of insulation means that you won't have to pack a midlayer on most days.
- Double-layered nylon offers 10K-rated protection from the weather and is tough enough to handle getting up close and personal with trees
- Cordura blocked reinforcements act like sections of armor that make this jacket extra tough
- Lightweight synthetic insulation keeps you warm without being overly bulky
- Curved droptail hem keeps your backside covered when you're riding low and tight
- Removable waist gaiter stops snow from flying into your jacket when you're in the deeps
- Danny Davis signature styling is fresh and decidedly un-lame
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This thing keeps you comfortable in frozen conditions. Sort of miss the removable sleeves like last year's model had, and the pockets on the front are kind of WacArnolds for access, but its an all around great jacket. Black fabric was put in certain spots for good reason to resist wear-and-tear. Pit zips are a big help for venting, just make sure you're not too layered underneath or it'll turn into a sauna quick.
Analog Alder Jacket
Model is wearing a size Large
Loaded with Features
Signature style with a hefty 80 grams of insulation to keep you warm and cozy in the backcountry. Cordura blocked panels on the elbows, shoulders and drop tail guaranteed this jacket will live a long life. Large game pocket and Danny Davis signature lining give this jacket style and function.