Queen of the Storm.
Whether you're winter hiking in Scandinavia, skiing at Sun Valley, or just snowshoeing out to your favorite local warming hut, the Mammut Women's Niva HS Hooded Jacket will keep you warm, dry, and stylish. The heathered outer material packs a technical punch and maintains a style-oriented appearance. The DRYtech Premium two-layer shell provides waterproof protection, while Ajungilak OTI Element insulation keeps you toasty on cold, stormy days. Lycra hand gaiters with adjustable cuffs and a stretch snow skirt help seal out snow when you're on the slopes, and the jacket comes fully outfitted with mindfully placed pockets for your ski pass, keys, smartphone, and daily essentials.
- Waterproof and warm jacket for wintry pursuits
- Ideal for chilly ski days or snowshoeing
- Attractive and modern heathered outer material
- DRYtech membrane keeps you dry all day
- Toasty warm and breathable synthetic insulation
- Mindfully placed pockets for winter essentials
- Fully adjustable, helmet-compatible hood
- Lycra hand gaiters with adjustable hem and cuffs
- Q & A
Warm, Dry, and Stylish
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Small
I wore the Niva for the first time resort skiing this weekend and I am very impressed with this jacket! Temperatures were low-mid 20's and I was comfortable with a midweight baselayer and a midlayer underneath. When I got a little too warm after a few knee-deep runs, I cooled off easily when I opened up the pit-zips. The removable powder skirt with numerous adjustable features kept snow out when I fastened it to the inner seam loops on the Robella Pants. As far as fit goes, I love the longer length on this jacket, it covers a bit of my bum and hits about hip length. Although I do love the length, it is a little snug along the hips, not enough so that I would consider sizing up and it doesn't effect mobility while wearing the jacket, it is just noticeable while zipping the jacket up. Another feature that I love are the hand gaiters! I have sworn I will never wear another ski jacket without them because I hate when cold air and snow sneaks in my sleeves. And, this jacket has so many pockets! The pockets on the outside are big and have cargo flaps that cover the zippers, and on the inside there is a headphone-compatible phone pocket and a large pocket that can fit goggles or a beanie. Can't wait for more resort skiing in this jacket this season!