CHAMONIX 'All-Season' (men's)
2L DryShell®Jacket

Was: $279.50
Now: $198.95
Providing measurements (below) may save you the hassle of returns
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Vancouver's most popular raincoat for men!

  • Zip-in provision accommodates optional 'Fleece Jacket-300' or 'Fleece Jacket-200' as a cold-weather liner.
  • Fleece pocket liners keep your hands warm. Can be removed when not needed.
  • Hide-away hood with Velcro® size adjuster.
  • 4 zippered pockets.
  • 2-way front zip
  • Chin guard
  • double storm flaps
  • Velcro® cuffs.
  • Back length extends 1" (2.5 cm) lower than front.
  • Adjustable waist & hem drawstrings.
  • 2-layer DryShell®.
Weight: 772g/27.2 oz. (size M)
Sizes: Men's S-XXL

Designed & made in Vancouver, Canada.

DRYSHELL® is Taiga Works’ proprietary name for a 2-layer waterproof/breathable fabric.

Fitting Chart

The cut of this garment allows wearing a Fleece Jacket (Polartec®-300) underneath, without restricting freedom of movement.
However, the body measurements in this chart are based on wearing normal indoor clothing.

Men's Size Chart:
Chamonix (All Season)
Chest* fits up to… 39"
99 cm
104 cm
112 cm
121 cm
130 cm
Waist/Belly, Hips* fits up to… 39"
99 cm
104 cm
112 cm
121 cm
130 cm
Back Length** 29.5"
75 cm
78.5 cm
81.5 cm
83 cm
83 cm

* Take your measurements wearing normal (non-bulky) indoor clothing.
Waist/Belly, Hips: use the largest one of these 3 girths.
** Back Length: from neck seam to bottom hem.

DryShell Colour Chart
Customer Reviews [Add Review]
Pete, 27/02/13
Taiga is a great product. Just got my new jacket in the mail -- and as always, great quality.
Don. Calgary AB., 10/01/12
--- ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE --- Recently visiting family on the east coast we found ourselves caught in a terrible storm. Torrential rain with high winds -- and to make the situation more interesting, our rental vehicle decided to stop. Yep, on a secondary rural road, not more than 200 feet from the pounding Atlantic surf, smack in the middle of what are locally referred to as “Wreckhouse winds”. Winds fierce enough to reportedly have blown rail cars off the track or toss semi trucks around like toys. So, what does any minimally sane person do, no vehicle, no cell service, at dusk, in driving rain, 100kph+ winds, nearly 0 visibility, the road awash unable to shed the torrents. The answer, quite simple, don the new TaigaWorks Chamonix A/S Coat, and set out on foot. I did have every expectation of getting soaked, but need to arrive outweighed my need for comfort. Opening the car door slightly, one could hear the wind roaring and the angry surf crashing against the rugged coastline. First thought, close that door and have a nap, but couldn’t... Now, here’s the “absolutely incredible” part... After walking about twenty five minutes in this mess, wind-pushed into brush a few times, battered by sheet after sheet of driving rain, (and in the interest of brevity we'll leave out the moose, overturned SUV and sleeping drunk), to eventually arrive at some civilization TOTALLY DRY. Not a drop of water, nor hint of wind got through this coat. I was tired, perspiring but not overheated and glad to be indoors, but most impressively, the Chamonix never faltered. Simply, if this coat can withstand such unrelenting punishment, it can certainly climb a little Alp or deal with a wilderness camping adventure. No lab test with a hose and fan measuring mm per 24hrs could replicate this real-world event. Fact is, the Extreme Weather claim is FACT. Now, this TaigaWorks Chamonix coat is definitely my go-to foul weather armour… Just wish I’d had some Taiga pants -- and there will be, should a next time arise.
Jates, 18/11/10
I have had my TAIGA Chamonix All-Season for 7 years and am ready to buy a new one. Just wish you sold in the US. I will have to make a trip to Canada to get one.
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