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We review the Eider good looking, understated Revelstoke jacket to see how well it performs on the mountain.

eider revelstoke jkt 20 m
Overall Score
Understated good looks, warm
Quite bulky - but then it is an insulated jacket

The Revelstoke is a burly looking insulated jacket utilising Primaloft for its excellent warmth-to-weight ratio; it's also 'body mapped' at varying points throughout to minimize bulk, which means that it's adaptable enough to be used for more rigorous backcountry adventures as well as within resort.

The jacket also uses Eider's waterproof and breathable Defender membrane to keep you comfortable, and there are pit zips for when things start heating up.

A high brushed fleece collar and inner hood feel particularly cosy in cold conditions, and the hood, which is fully adjustable and comes with a 'plug in' system, is also detachable.

The jacket comes has plenty of storage in the form of good-sized zipped outer pockets - two on the chest, two hand-warmers, a lift pass pocket on the left arm - plus one zipped internal pocket, along with a big inner mesh goggle pocket.

Additional features include cuff gaiters with thumb holes, oversized Velcro cuff adjusters and oversized zip pulls for ease of use with gloves, and a removable powder skirt with pant attachments, so you pretty much get all the essential features you need in a ski jacket and a few more besides.

The Revelstoke's relaxed cut and ergonomic elbows make it easy to move around in, and as an insulated jacket it's a good option for colder weather as well as being versatile enough to work in warmer conditions.

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