Haglöfs Touring Insulation Jacket - Men's

Built for the Best Days.

When Mother Nature dumps a couple feet of fresh powder and the temperatures drop, grab the Haglöfs Men's Touring Insulation Jacket and enjoy winter's bounty. Its Pertex Quantum construction is lightweight yet durable and resists wind and snow to keep you dry and comfortable.

Strategically placed stretch fleece zones at the neck, cuffs, and armpit help regulate temperature and increase mobility. To shield you from frigid temperatures, Haglöfs backed the Touring Jacket with QuadFusion+ insulation which features a combination of crimped hollow fibers to trap warmth and multichannel fibers to manage moisture during intense aerobic activity. In addition to its warm and protective construction, the Touring Insulation Jacket features an adjustable hood for additional weather protection. Two zippered pockets provide secure storage for essentials and feature hem drawcord adjustments to seal out snow and drafts. With a thoughtful construction and design, this jacket is optimized for intensely aerobic winter-weather activities.

  • A jacket optimized for backcountry touring in bitter temperatures
  • Pertex Quantum fabric safeguards from wind and snow
  • Stretch fleece panels increase mobility and breathability
  • QuadFusion+ insulation for warmth and moisture management
  • Adjustable hood provides additional weather protection
  • Drawcord hem adjustment seals out cold and snow
  • Zippered pockets keep essentials secure
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Unanswered Question

I have another hard shell (non-insulated) from Haglofs and I was wondering, would this piece be a suitable "mid-layer" to wear UNDER another Goretex hard shell for snowboarding?

I was under the impression that while this is an insulation layer, it is designed to be worn as the outer layer, so my question is simply, is it actually designed to be a mid layer as well, or would that not be comfortable?

Hope to hear your honest thoughts,
Cheers