Pano Jacket - Camo
Next to skin layers for mountain athletes looking to maximize their potential in competition. These layers fit tight and should allow full range of movement without any excess fabric bunching.
Built to move with you - these garments reduce excess fabric and have space for one to two thin layers beneath them.
Our take on a classic fit garment - built with the appropriate room for layering and featuring a cut that accommodates the areas where mountain athletes need more space like the glutes, thighs, and shoulders.
Made to be layered - these supersized garments can go on top of almost any piece of outerwear without compromising mobility.
Pano Jacket - Camo
Named after the coldest FIS race series in North America, the Pano Jacket was built to withstand howling winds, subzero temps, and grueling days when the weather throws everything at you. Featuring insulation from your head to your knees and updated waterproof fabric, this fan favorite pairs with any long day on the mountain for warmth and breathability.
JUST Bought 2 for me and my chum ... after having seen it on glenn and Kimberley .. so easy to wear even casually in town hanging around
I'm old and lazy so there's no more freezing waiting for a start. I've been threatening to grab a Pano for years and finally did before heading back to Niseko where we often find ourselves standing around food trucks or going down to Otaru where systems flow out of Siberia and across the Sea of Japan. I realized years back that I lose a bunch of heat through thighs thinly clad in denim but didn't do anything about it. The Pano isn't a super high loft down but that gives more flexibility with layering. The fabric is beefy and should withstand dog walks and A Basin beach days. Buy it!
Great fit and very warm. Perfect to wear on race day. My racer is 5'7" and wears a M. Fits great!
I love the coat!
I could've fit in the Medium, but opted for the Large and happy I did so I can add another layer under if needed.
Can't wait to rock it in the Starthouse this year for Nor-Ams!