• Very Breathable
  • Very Stretchy


  • Waterproofing A Little Overratted
  • 2023 Model Not as Durable as 2024


The Jones Shralpinist Stretch Jacket doesn't seem to have the waterproof rating stated but the breathability seems legit. It is very stretchy and for 2024 more durable with 70d vs 40d in the past.
Type Shell
Gore-Tex No
Hood Type Contoured
Powder Skirt Yes
Jacket to Pant Interface Yes


Packability Thin
Construction Excellent
Vents 2 Open Pit Zips
Layer Count 3 Layer
Waterproof Rating Above 25k
Breathability Rating Above 25k
Manufactured in


Waterproofing Great
Breathability Excellent

Jones Shralpinist Stretch Jacket Written Review Review by The Good Ride

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How It Fits And Who It Is For


James’ Jacket Specs
5’10” 190 lbs
Chest: 43.5”
Arm Length (pit to wrist) 19.5”
Neck: 16″
Torso Length (collarbone to pant line) 23”
Shoulder Width 19” wide
Inseam 30”
Gloves: Burton AK Guide Glove
: smith maze
Goggles: Smith 4D Mag

How This Review Happened

We were fortunate enough to visit the Jones headquarters in Truckee California and film this review in their beautiful new studio.


The Jones shralpinist stretch jacket has a normal fit. Not too tight, not too baggy.


The Jones shralpinist stretch jacket has a four way stretch fabric. Minimalist design with strongly welded seams.


We haven’t field tested the Jones shralpinist stretch jacket, but it is rated at 30k breathability/30k waterproofing. This is extremely breathable. The waterproof rating is also pretty high for a jacket with this much breathability. Seems like a great option for people that need something more breathable than gore tex.

Hood/Helmet compatibility

We love the contoured hood on the Jones shralpinist stretch jacket. Excellent fit with the large jacket over the medium helmet. Expecting a medium jacket hood to fit a medium sized helmet no problem.

Cuff/Glove Compatibility

Easily fits over a normal glove, as well as, underneath a glove with a large wrist cuff.

Backpack Compatibility

The jacket fits great under a backpack. This jacket is designed for uphill travel with its highly breathable fabric. Chest and waist pockets are accessible with a backpack fully strapped up.

Venting/Pit zips

There are two large armpit zippered vents with the Jones shralpinist stretch jacket. Not mesh lined for optimal heat displacement.


Two extra large zippered chest pockets with a beacon loop. Two extra large zippered waist pockets. Pass pocket on the sleeve. One large internal zippered chest pocket.

Powder Skirt

The Jones shralpinist stretch jacket comes with a permanently attached powder skirt.


I really like the concept of this jacket. The added breathability over gore-tex is the reason why I’m looking to make this jacket my daily driver this season. I hike a couple quick laps before the resort open, and ride the chairlift until the powder is gone. Sometimes I hike another lap or two after that. This jacket seems like it is going to be the perfect piece to handle big days like this. I will have an updated review after the season but, please feel free to email or message me on instagram to get an update on this jacket’s performance anytime throughout the season.

Jones Shralpinist Stretch Jacket Specs

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