The 2117 of Sweden Romme is a warm insulated jacket with entry level waterproofing and breathability. It’s a good price point jacket, and would be a good option for casual skiers that may only get out a few times a year
2117 of Sweden Romme Ski Jacket Review
Matt’s Specs: Sizing Info
Waterproofing and Breathability: The 2117 of Sweden Romme jacket has 10k/10k breathability and waterproofing. This is pretty standard in the entry level jackets. It won’t be great for a lot of wet days, but it can handle a light snow alright. Breathability isn’t great either, and while it’s okay for just cruising around the mountain, it won’t be very good for really active skiers that generate a lot of heat.
Warmth: The 2117 of Sweden Romme is an insulated jacket that feels pretty warm. It’s not super heavy, but would be fine for all but the coldest days. I run really warm, and I would probably be able to use this jacket even on some really cold days with just a little bit of layering underneath.
Fit: The 2117 of Sweden Romme is pretty true to size, but if you’re in between sizes you’ll probably want to size up instead of down. The fit is pretty normal, with a bit of extra room in the torso. It has a looser fit, but not one that’s too baggy. The jacket is comfortable, and will provide plenty of room underneath for layering.
Features: The 2117 of Sweden Romme is a pretty standard entry-level insulated jacket. It’s moderately warm, and offers entry level waterproofing and breathability. It has plenty of well-placed pockets, a removable articulating hood, and an attached powder skirt. This is a decent budget friendly insulated jacket for those who don’t need anything super technical for a jacket.