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If you're not the kind of guy who tries to blend into the scenery at all costs, then the Quiksilver Men's Last Mission Jacket is for you. You'll be instantly recognizable from the lift when you're wearing this shell jacket with a distinctive print. Which is a good thing if you're trying to build a reputation and a following, but perhaps a bad thing if you want to remain anonymous to ski patrolers.
  • Zip mesh-lined pit zips allow you to release pent-up heat after a hike to the top of the park
  • Sleeve pass pocket speeds you through the lift line
  • Hood comes off on sunny days
  • Glove loops and key clip help you keep track of vital equipment
  • Powder skirt tucks away for excursions into town

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5 5

Awesome jacket!

Love the design. Not made to keep you too warm but does the job, would recommend layering under in cold weather. Very comfortable, fits large I am 6' 160 lbs and a Medium fits me kind of baggy.

5 5

Recommended

This jacket is great after using it a couple of times I'm in love with it. I was able to use it while it was 30 degrees out side with just a thermal underneath it while boarding. There are no cons to tell of I am definitely glad I bought it.

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Does this jacket have wrist gaiters?

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Does this jacket have wrist gaiters?

Im 6' and weigh about 160, should I go for...

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Im 6' and weigh about 160, should I go for a large or medium. I want it to be just a tad baggy

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The Medium would fit good, but I would go for the Large. At 6' 3" 175, I get by with a Medium, but Large would fit perfectly.
Quik's jackets tend to fit a little large anyway.

5 5

Great

I got this on sale for $68 and love it! I would def pay more. I have only got to wear it twice on the slopes but so far im happy. This version doesn't have any of the puffy insulation which im glad. I like to be able to control my insulation through my layers. It runs a little big which is good for layers. Its light enough that it can be worn on 50 degree days but with a fleece underneath you are perfectly fine into the the low 20s. All the tech for a great price. Like the pit zips, that cool you you off in hurry if you get a little hot and sweaty inside. My only complaint is the zippers ties are really cheap and are just lightly tied/folded. Im very nit picky with stupid details like this, they don't really make a difference but its the small things that count. One fell off within the first hour of wearing it but lucky I was sitting and found it. Put a tiny, tiny drop of super glue behind the ties and it will never come off.

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If anyone knows where this passpocket is, let me know im still trying to find that