- 40g synthetic insulation
- EMPEL PFC-free DWR
- Stretch-woven nylon shell
- Soft and stretchy nylon/spandex liner
- Durable nylon cuffs and laminated elbows
- Two chest pockets and two hand pockets
- Low-profile snaps on the CF placket and cuffs
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Snap On, Snap Off
Our Snap Jack is the ultimate layer for getting shit done. Featuring our tried-and-true Snap Jack design with updated material and a clean, new aesthetic, the new Snap Jack is ready for the next decade.
First and foremost, the Snap Jack is a mid-layer designed to add an extra layer of warmth to your TREW shell. 40g of hydrophobic, synthetic insulation is all you need to stay comfortable and dry in the worst mountain weather. Our new fabrication is a little stretchier and more breathable, making it a better companion for backcountry skiing and snowboarding. Now with added weather protection on the exterior shell, EMPEL sustainable water-repellent technology, the Snap Jack is ready to be your go-to jacket for all seasons.
The patented, microscopic process from Green Theme Technologies, the company behind EMPEL, impregnates the fabric on a fiber level, creating a near-permanently water-repellent coating to the fabric. It allows the fabric to repel water and moisture without using lamination, and most importantly, PFC chemicals. This technology opened the door for us to create a fully breathable, water-resistant, and versatile jacket that looks and feels like your favorite, everyday shirt.
Great colours! Started with the black, loved it so much I went for a mustard with the cool blue buttons. Wear these two back and forth almost everyday. I’m 5’11 and fit medium perfect.
Yup, it's great. The yellow is terrific, it looks snappy under by Trew bibs, and is warm and cozy under a jacket on a cooler day. I don't think I have taken mine off since it arrived in the mail. I wear it every day and not just skiing.
5'10- Size M
My new favorite layer for skiing and for apré. I got the small and it fits slightly oversized (but that’s what I wanted). It’s a warm layer but also lightweight
5 stars, Northeast ski instructor, I now live in this Jacket: taking out the dogs in low 40's rain/mist, underneath in the 20's, and I cant wait to wear it underneath my Trew Capow Jacket skiing next week. My problems with the Snap Jacket is I should of bought two of them (to have am extra) and I avoid using my other Jackets. Its always on me. Too amazing
Awesome jacket people! Nice work! Looks good feels good and is perfect for a quick 12 mile bike ride through the city.