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I snagged this jacket after hearing good things from the boys. I have used it 4 times so far in different conditions, and the cosmic crushed em all. This jacket is great in snow, rain, really anything you throw at it. I’m 6’4”, 260lbs and got the xxl. I’m all shoulders and thighs so I always go xxl for that reason. I could have definitely gotten the xl, but a little steeze never hurt anyone. I bought the green color way, and it’s straight up sauce. I’ll definitely be buying more from trew.
Been a fan of TREW for a long time and finally got a Cosmic to replace my AK. This jacket is bomb proof! I live in the PNW and the material beeds everything and keeps you dry. While riding on a snowy deep day , all my friends’ gear soaked through but I was completely dry . I bought the cosmic and trewth bib together and could not be more stoked ! I’m 6’3” 215 with athletic build and wear an XL in both and the fit is spot on . Cannot go wrong with this jacket!
The Cosmic Jacket is everything that I was looking for in a jacket. It has a ton of pockets without being too bulky. It's not too long and not too short. It fits perfectly, and I look steezy as heck. 10/10 would recommend.
I was up at Alpental, WA on this past Sunday. We had received 66" of Cascade Concrete in the past 4 days and I was ready to surf that fresh pow. I pulled on my Cosmic jacket, buttoned the powder skirt and got out there. Well I'll tell you, by the time lunch rolled around, I was tired and sore, as were my brother and his girlfriend. We got into the lodge and they looked at me and said, "We're both soaked!" I turned to them to say the same thing...but I can't lie. I was dry as a bone. Drier than the Sahara desert. Drier than British socialite humor. Drier than...a clothes dryer.
The Cosmic Jacket took a pounding from some of the wettest snow the PNW has to offer and I came out warm and dry. What a great buy! The hood fits over my XXL helmet, the pass pocket it fantastically convenient, because I hate moving my torso at all (its all in the hips), and the powder skirt doesn't ride up and let my waist get soaked. 10/10 would recommend.
Amazing jacket, very light and doesn't hold water. I really like the fit with longer arms and torso than you expect on a medium, usually I have to size up for longer arms and end up with a baggy fit, not here.
After my old TNF shell wore out (wetted through halfway through a powder day) I knew I needed an upgrade. I learned of Trew through word of mouth and after researching different brands extensively, I decided on the Powfunk. I'm 6'4" and 225 lbs and the XL fits perfectly without being overly tight or overly baggy. There's tons of storage space and the hood fits great though with my XXL helmet I have to unzip the jacket a bit to get the hood over my helmet. I've had it out in one storm and it stayed incredibly dry for the whole day and I never had any issues with breathability. My only gripe is that the main zipper could be a little more burly (no reason to think it's weak it just feels wimpy) and the pocket zippers could have a larger pull tab for easier use with gloves. Otherwise, I have no complaints and think this is a great jacket. I'd plan to buy from Trew for any future ski apparel needs as well!
The P-Funk is TREW-mendous.
I broke it in at Snowbird/Alta before the holidays. The color, material, look & fit are awesome.
My spec’s = 6’1” >225lb post-boomer
The XXL fits mighty fine.
The pockets rock, but it occurred to me a few times that the zipper tabs and pulls could be more glove friendly.
Another minor nit (splitting molecules now) is the hang tab could be more stout, in case I had to belay a buddy with it.
The hood is exceptionally exceptional!
BPF (Before P-Funk), I only wore a jacket hood very limited bassist due to irritating fit and poor visibility when helmeted.
Last weekend I happily wore P-Funk Hood for hours in 50-60 mph winds because it had magnificent peripheral vision & I could freely turn my helmeted head. Actually forgot my hood was up.
Congratulations on designing & fabricating a stellar Powfunk experience!
I give this jacket 11/10, it is simply the best freeride jacket on the market! Everything about it is quality from the design, to the engineering, construction and style. Clearly a ton of thought and care has gone into every aspect of the jacket, which translates to the best possible experience when wearing it in imaginable conditions. I also have the Capow jacket for backcountry and have dozens of other Trew pieces at this point, all of them are superior quality and style at a much better price than the competitors. Plus you are supporting a rad, indie company composed of real skiers/riders and outdoor lovers. Every customer service experience I have had with Trew has been above and beyond the call of duty on their end, it's obvious they truly care about their customers, take pride in their products and stand by everything they make. I just finished a ten day ski road trip through BC and the PNW and wore nothing but Trew gear the whole time. I was warm, dry and stoked from frigid days in Revelstoke & Kicking Horse, to warmer pow parties at Mt. Baker. For specs I am 6', 200 lbs with broad shoulders/long arms (77" wingspan) and wear an XL in the PowFunk, a slightly baggy fit on me which I prefer in a ski shell. Pick one up, you will not regret it!
This is a premium shell that is built to last. Everything about this screams quality craftsmanship and I love the Plum color way. Don’t muck around with cheaper alternatives. One trip out in this baby and you’ll know it’s made for life.
Great jacket - perfect fit and great quality
Best jacket I've had. Fit is very comfortable. Pockets are perfect and large enough to be useful.
I also have to say that dealing with trew and the shipping insurance people after my first package was stolen was awesome.
Next year I will be replacing my bibs with trew gear for sure.
I am a tall dude and was looking for a jacket with long enough arms for me. I am 6'4" 220 lbs and the Large size is a dream come trew!
I've been using it for most of the winter in Whistler and it rocks. Only hiking have been some relatively short boot packs up and over somewhere and that worked well.
I'm 5'10, about 160 lbs (72 kg) and what I would say is a slim build. I find the jacket fits larger than some other medium labelled ski jackets and I like it this way. Allows easy layering and great freedom of movement. My other jacket is a Patagonia Powslayer and the Capow does feel a lot lighter and more comfortable.
It's black, actually black. Not yellow or green. Colour does match the description.
Only complaint is me. I somehow keep losing my hat that I stuff in the inside pockets. This is a mystery. I suspect that there is a black hole there. Also as our passes have no hole punches I miss the left side arm pocket that many other jackets have now.
Really nice gear thanks