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$299.99
Ride out the storm in the Sarah Insulated Jacket, which gives you protection from the elements, including wind and waterproofing in Finish 2-layer stretchy exterior fabric, a powder skirt, and a helmet-compatible hood. A toasty layer of micropuff insulation—made from post-consumer recycled materials—adds just the right amount of warmth. You’ll get street style mixed with mountain tech, thanks to a long, fashion-forward fit.
$324.99
If you took your favorite utility coat—that hard canvas jacket you’ve been wearing to chop firewood in for years—and turned it into a tough yet breathable ski jacket with Stark 3-layer hardshell and all the necessary amenities to ski in, you’d have the Knight Jacket, a layer as dependable as your four-wheel-drive truck. Generous 14-inch pit zippers keep you cool on the uptrack or during a spring-skiing session at the resort. Durable Water Repellent coating keeps sleet and snow from sending you inside.
$324.99
With the Puma Jacket, you’ll get the technical features of a mountaineering coat—Stark 3-layer waterproof fabric, underarm vents, Durable Water Repellent—but in a lightweight, resort-oriented shell that’s paired with a fuzzy-soft jersey backing. In other words, you get everything you want in one perfect jacket—durability, style, and a well-designed fit. A helmet-compatible hood and media pockets complete the package.
$339.99
Whether you’re skiing the resort or the backcountry, parts of your body may overheat or get chilled more than others. (Think warm core but cold arms.) The Dante Jacket, made with Surface 2-layer hardshell, aims to solve that problem thanks to strategic interior body-mapping with fleece and flannel in areas that need extra insulation and breathable mesh in zones that need cooling. This waterproof, breathable jacket is mapped for warmth, wicking, and breathability.
$399.99
The versatile Avery Jacket is like a perfectly-roasted s’more: hard on the outside, gooey on the inside. It’s made with tough Specter two-layer hardshell fabric on the exterior for all-day storm skiing and toasty Greenloft recycled insulation on the interior for just the right amount of warmth. Add a helmet-compatible hood, underarm vents, a waterproof exterior, and a removable powder skirt and you’ll be ready for any conditions the mountain throws your way.
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