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Maloja GrantsM Tech Jacket - Men's

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Earning turns never felt so good.

Maloja made the Men's GrantsM Tech Jacket for skiers who strive to go deep into the backcountry, up steep skinners, and through snowy conditions for isolated rides down rarely skied terrain. This thin three-layer shell features Gore-Tex's reliable waterproof protection, and Gore-Tex's new C-Knit backer greatly enhances the jacket's breathability for the comfort that highly active endeavors demand.

Maloja also equipped the GrantsM with zippers under each arm to ditch excess heat when you're sweating under snowfall. The powder skirt detaches should you decide to spend a day riding the resort's groomers, and there's a pocket for a ski pass when you're skiing within the confines of the resort. Maloja is more of a company that admires the adventurers who earn their turns in faraway locales, but it doesn't shy away from making excellent, technical gear for any adventurer.

  • A thin three-layer shell for skiing the backcountry or resort
  • Waterproof Gore-Tex membrane with highly breathable C-Knit backer
  • Underarm zippers assure ample ventilation
  • Detachable powder skirt for groomers or ice
  • Adjustable hood and cuffs with internal thumbholes
  • Maloja makes technical outerwear for original adventurers

Tech Specs

[membrane/laminate] Gore-Tex (3-layer), [backer] Gore-Tex C-Knit, [face fabric] 75% nylon, 27% polytetrafluoroethylene
fully taped
2 zippered front, 1 zippered chest, 1 key card
Powder Skirt:
yes, detachable
Recommended Use:
backcountry touring, skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

Size chart


Men's Apparel
Body Height

5ft 6.9in - 5ft 9.3in

(170 - 176cm)

5ft 9.3in - 5ft 11.7in

(176 - 182cm)

5ft 11.7in - 6ft 2in

(182 - 188cm)

6ft - 6ft 2.4in

(183 - 189cm)

6ft 1.2in - 6ft 3.6in

(186 - 192cm)


36.6 - 39in

(93 - 99cm)

39 - 41.3in

(99 - 105cm)

41.3 - 43.7in

(105 - 111cm)

43.7 - 46.1in

(111 - 117cm)

45.7 - 47.2in

(116 - 120cm)


31.9 - 33.5in

(81 - 85cm)

33.5 - 35in

(85 - 89cm)

35 - 36.6in

(89 - 93cm)

36.6 - 38.2in

(93 - 97cm)

38.2 - 39.8in

(97 - 101cm)


37 - 38.6in

(94 - 98cm)

38.6 - 40.2in

(98 - 102cm)

40.2 - 41.7in

(102 - 106cm)

41.7 - 43.3in

(106 - 110cm)

43.3 - 44.9in

(110 - 114cm)


31.5 - 32.3in

(80 - 82cm)

32.3 - 33.1in

(82 - 84cm)

33.1 - 33.8in

(84 - 86cm)

33.8 - 35in

(86 - 89cm)

35 - 36.2in

(89 - 92cm)

How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
Bend to the side and measure around the place where your waist bends, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Stand with feet together and measure around the fullest part of the hip.
Measure from the crotch to the floor with no shoes.

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German Engineering In A Superb Shell

  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: Large

My stats: 5'11", 175lbs, Picky as hell when it comes to ski gear.

So here's the deal. I'd never heard of Majola. Just stumbled across an ad on the interwebs one afternoon and their design piqued my interest. I was surprised to find that Backcountry stocked a few of their items ... More specifically, the items I was searching to replace in my kit.

I wanted to find a burly Gortex shell with a simple design, basic colors, that actually looks like something other than a garbage sack that repels water. Check. The overall design and attention to detail is superb. While this jacket is described as a resort/backcountry shell, my own opinion is that it's a solid resort shell for one reason: Pockets (this assumes, you are the type of person that likes having the option of storing skins in your jacket). The jacket has two front slash pockets, one chest pocket, one internal mesh pocket, and one forearm pocket. The internal mesh pocket and chest pocket are both quite small. You could roll up your skins and put them in the slash pockets if you don't mind bunching around your waist. This jacket does not have an internal zip pocket for a wallet (a curious omission).

Major bonus points from this skier for one feature that no brand seems to be able to get right: The hood. I have a big friggin' head and while every single brand claims to have a "helmet compatible" hood, few, it seems, actually have full-sized adults with big heads and bigger helmets test their products. The hood fits my entire over-sized melon wearing my giant "low-profile" helmet and does not impede movement, does not lift the jacket around the shoulders and neckline, or pull it back so much that the collar becomes overly tight. In fact, I can actually cinch it down using the hood cords to perfect the fit. Well done.

Other major bonus points for designing a collar stiff enough to remain in place covering my chin when the hood is down.

Majola sizing, on the other hand, is almost comical ... Or Germans are just really oddly shaped people. Bottom line: don't pay attention to their sizing chart, at all. I wear a medium in nearly everything. Majola sizing is exactly one size too small. Size up. The medium is very tight all over. Returned for a large. The large fits perfectly — hem length, arm length, body — all perfect. With plenty of room for layering. Movement is excellent. Almost looks and feels tailored, or as much as a ski shell will ever look tailored.

German engineering almost as good as their beer.