I'll start this off by saying that of all the outerwear I've seen this year, the Bloom product line has been my favourite. I've always been a fan of their gear, but this year they brought it to a whole new level.
It's hard to argue style points because it's so subjective, but I find the diamond detailing and "matte" fabrics to be the perfect intersection where simplicity meets originality. It's also nice and tall but more narrow that your typical XL or 2XL. I love the tall fit, but a piece of advice, read the size specs if your buying online. They're not joking about being taller than most.
In terms of tech, it's waterproof, windproof, and breathable. While it's not insulated, I've skied on some pretty cold days and was fine with only a few layers. It has fully taped seams and as of now, I've yet to see any issues with the stitching, zippers, etc.
On top of tech and general style, Bloom nailed it with the smaller details. The powder skirt is nice and low so it doesn't ride up while you ski. It has enough pockets to hold all of your gear without so many that you spend 5 minutes looking for your keys. The logo patch is made of leather, not fabric or stitching. Even the smallest things like the hole to put your headphone cable through have struck me as notably well done.
Of all the coats I've worn this one definitely stands out from the crowd.
Great jacket for all conditions. The onward jacket is perfect for wearing over a t-shirt on those 15F+ days on the hill. It is great in colder weather as well with proper base layers. The subtle plaid pattern on this jacket pairs well with the black primary color making it a very good looking jacket. It holds it's own in wet, sloppy weather, unless you are really getting drenched. I definitely recommend checking out the 2016-17 line as soon as it drops. Bloom has been steadily improving with each release.