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Model 6' 170 lbs wearing size M



Price if Sold in Traditional Retail Model: $569.00

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The Cosmic is our version of a classic, minimalist alpine jacket design, updated and featured for resort and backcountry skiing and riding. It is everything you need for comfortable function without excess, simultaneously lighter and higher performing than most resort shells while more durable and feature-rich than most backcountry shells. Thanks to Dermizax® NX, it’s now more breathable than both.  


The Most Breathable Stormproof Membrane in the World

See how TREW’s Dermizax®NX ranks in breathability among other top-rated stormproof * membranes.


* withstands heavy rain and snow under high pressure, earning a waterproof rating of 20,000mm+

Cosmic features
  • 80D 3L  Dermizax® NX
  • Adjustable, helmet-compatible fixed hood
  • Underarm zip vents
  • Two internal stretch-mesh drop pockets
  • Two vertical zip chest pockets, one with cord port
  • Two convenient hand pockets
  • Zip wrist pass/stash pocket
  • Ergonomic powder skirt with 3-point pant attachment
  • YKK Aquaguard® zippers on all exposed openings
  • YKK Aquaguard VISLON® center front zipper
  • Bemis 3-layer seam tape on all seams
  • Cross joints reinforced with laser-cut seam tape circle 
  • Headphone cord loop at collar
  • Microsuede chin guard
  • Laser-cut PU logos
  • Rubber-tipped cordage zipper pulls
  • Cohaesive® embedded components
  • RECCO® reflector  
  • 26.4 oz (M)


  • Modern freeride fit is longer and slimmer in the body than a traditional alpine shell
  • Articulated back elbow seam has a natural elbow curve
  • High collar for increased storm coverage


Quiver-killers for the modern rider. Built for the wet, cold winters of the Pacific Northwest, TREW FREERIDE jackets, pants, and bibs feature Toray Dermizax NX® for the best in total weatherproofing and industry-leading breathability.

Toray Dermizax® NX
Waterproof / Breathable Membrane

After years of product testing in brutal conditions, we’ve found Toray membranes to be the most dependable and durable waterproof membranes available. They’re able to retain their weatherproof characteristics even when stretched, stressed, and abused, season after season and wash after wash. Dermizax® NX is the latest evolution of their flagship membrane, and it achieves groundbreaking levels of breathability and stretch without compromising weather protection.

  • 20,000 mm waterproof
  • 40,000 g/m2 breathable  
80D 3L

80D 3L is the main body fabric in our freeride line. It’s a silent workhorse fabric with mechanical stretch and an uncharacteristically soft, supple hand for a rugged hardshell. 

  •  80x70 denier plain weave nylon face 
  • 20 denier smooth knit back
Durable Water Repellent Coating

A high-quality DWR coating enhances the performance of the fabric by protecting the surface from dirt and oils. We only use DWR coatings based on the environmentally friendlier short-chain (C6) fluorine compounds, which won't degrade in the environment into PFOS and PFOA. 

Rescue System

All of our hardshell garments now feature RECCO® reflectors, which will bounce back a directional signal to rescue teams equiped with RECCO® detectors. Reflectors are not a substitute for an avalanche beacon or good decision making.  

Embedded Components

We use the Cohaesive® system because we're able to embedd our cord management system into the fabric of our garments. It's the cleanest, most advanced cord management solution available.  





I tried a number of jackets before deciding on the Cosmic in December 2015 (and I'm loving it). I tried the Flylow Quantum, but it's way too boxy. I'm 5'10, 160# and had to wear a small in the Quantum, but the sleeves were about 2" short. The cosmic on the other hand is a much more athletic fit. The medium fits me perfectly and the sleeve length is perfect. The entire jacket exudes high quality materials and a well thought out design. One great example is the offset shape of the cuffs which provides a little extra coverage on the back of your glove. Another is the mesh pockets inside - a perfect spot for goggles on the bootpack out or skins for the way down. Finally, I want to commend Trew on their customer service. I emailed around X-mas last year about sizing and got a personal email back from one of the cofounders within a day. Bad ass.

Written by Boludo, Denver on November 11, 2016 at 7:37 am

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Received the Cosmic jacket last season and tested it thru all conditions and weather. I'd have to say that this jacket performs whether your on the ski hill or in the back country. Jacket protects you from all the elements and has enough vents to cool you (should you or it get to hot). For really cold days I did have to wear medium weight under clothing, but that has nothing to do with the performance of this jacket. Would highly recommend it!

Written by Sollydog, Mammoth on October 28, 2016 at 4:02 pm

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I am 5'11" and got a large. the fit is on the slimmer side. there is room for a decent mid layer underneath it. It is a shell only, there is no internal material or insulation. for me it is on the cold side and I need a mid layer along with a base layer. other jackets I own that have more material, I can get away with just a base and the jacket on 32* f + days. not so in this one. I am not comfortable with just a base until the weather is in the 40's. not a problem with the jacket, just FYI from my perspective. the length is on the shorter side. the pockets are well thought out. I love the fact that it has extra material on the sleeves that will cover the back of the gloves but wish that it would extend down another inch

Written by marc, tahoe on March 20, 2016 at 9:58 pm

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I bought the cosmic jacket and eagle pant in deep sea and I'm really happy with it. Its well made and it looks awesome. I got tired of Patagonia's constant guilt trip marketing scheme and I refused to pay Arcteryx's outrageous prices so I started to look elsewhere. I found Trew and have nothing but positive things to say. I applaud Trew for trying something different when it comes to selling their product. As a consumer I greatly benefited from their new business model so I don't see how anyone can complain. I was really impressed throughout the whole process of buying my jacket and pants. The amount of thought and effort that went into the packaging of their product alone will make you realize how serious this company is and how much they appreciate their customers.

Written by Nick, San Diego on January 5, 2016 at 8:56 pm

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I waiting a few weeks while the weather really dumped in Tahoe before writing this review. I have about 5 days in on this jacket so I can't really comment on long turn durability, but i can say this jacket is nothing short of amazing. Fit is a little baggy, but not overly huge, i got a medium(I'm 5'8" 170lbs). Through the storms in the past several days the jacket has held up amazingly well through all the snow we've received. Extremely breathable and waterproof, never felt sticky under the jacket nor have I ever had problems with any water seeping through. When pulling the hood over the helmet it doesn't lift the jacket meaning the hood is perfectly helmet compatible, huge thumbs up for this. I hate jackets that lift up when you pull them up over a helmet, looks goofy. My only gripe with this jacket is I wish it had an internal pocket instead of a front pocket with a slit that lets me slide my headphone jack through. I own several other jackets from Westcomb, TNF, Arc'Teryx, and Spyder. I think i found my new favorite jacket with the Cosmic. The rumors and reviews are true, this is one amazing jacket. If you don't have one yet, go and get one now.

Written by Daniel, Truckee, CA on December 17, 2015 at 10:28 am

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Right off the bat you can tell this jacket is constructed well. The fabric seems robust and it'll pack down much smaller and easier than my 3L Patagonia jacket. There's plenty of pockets and they don't add bulk. I'll be curious how well it keeps its waterproofing and breathability in PNW weather. Though, that's why I bought from this company. They should know what us PNW skiers/riders want. I do wish the jacket was an inch (or two tops) longer but that doesn't warrant losing a star. We'll see if it's even an issue for me while the season rolls along. The advantage of that is I can wear the jacket around town casually and not look like an idiot with an oversized ski/snowboard shell and jeans.

Written by JK, Seattle on November 29, 2015 at 11:35 am

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Just received my new Cosmic jacket and totally digging it! Love the pocket combos, and the fit is perfect! Was nice to spend only a fraction of what an Arc'teryx jacket would have cost and get a better product!

Written by Jim, Portland on October 28, 2015 at 9:31 am

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I bought the Cosmic in early 2015 (after several months watching for deals, because I'm a skin-flint; and even more months of tracking down online reviews and watching product videos on the Trew site [I love this brand... What can I say] because I'm just a gear geek) and used it in anger in Val Thorens, and have hardly taken it off since. The jacket is absolutely bomber (whilst being incredibly light), and beautifully waterproof. On taking delivery of the jacket, I was itching to test it - and to do so I waited for a massive storm, then stood at the top of a massive hill, with force 7 - 8 winds blowing in my face, and the hood cinched right down - and only suffered because of the water whipping my face (I had to turn away). The rest of me remained perfectly dry, and warm. If you need to suffer *extreme* cold conditions - and I mean *extreme* - use a modern jacket mid-layer (I use a Patagonia Nano Air, for my sins - which is mind-blowingly warm - and only because I couldn't find a Trew mid-layer over here in the UK) and you will be amazed at how warm you can be. I actually can't ski with such a warm mid-layer on, under the Cosmic (the Cosmic is inherently quite a warm jacket owing to the quite beefy 3-layer construction), so I only use the mid-layer when I'll be standing around, or in severe rain/cold here in the UK. Even in a cold night, these jackets together make you feel like you're in a sleeping bag - it's basically heaven. The pit zips on the Cosmic work very well with both jackets unzipped at the front too; you can keep cool when needed, without ditching the mid-layer. I love the little touches on the Cosmic too - the 'thumbs up' on the main zip toggle, for example. Also the small, mesh pocket for phone (or keys) sewn into one of the chest pockets is genius, and perfectly placed. The number of pockets on this jacket was a key differentiator for me (having two massive stash pockets on the inside; e.g. for skins or gloves, or goggles) and they've all stood up to serious use and abuse. I love the hood too - I don't quite know how they've made it as unobtrusive, whilst not losing its capability as a hood - and it goes over a helmet fine. It's a magic combination of 'look fine when used without a helmet, away from the slopes' and 'works as a hood - even over a helmet' and is a beautiful piece of technology design. Overall, I'd give this jacket a 9.5/10. If they find a way to keep mud/dirt from affecting the light blue panels [which I don't think is possible.... Surely...] then it'd be a perfect jacket. One day I will wash it, I promise. Yes, I am that stanky.

Written by Jamie Harper, London, UK on October 27, 2015 at 8:32 am

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I skied all last season in a Cosmic jacket. This was after wearing a Bellows for a couple of years. The Cosmic was a perfect fit for me. Enough room to layer under, but not bulky and baggy. Like all TREW clothing I have worn, the craftsmanship is top notch. The materials used will last a lifetime. I don't see myself skiing in anything else. I am a TREW believer.

Written by Bill Reish, Colorado on September 23, 2015 at 8:59 am

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