Ski until your legs give out.

Between those freezing-cold bluebird days and balmy spring conditions, a long ski season can put your outerwear to the test. Be sure yours is up to the task of keeping you warm and dry when you're out carving high-speed turns down pristine groomers or enjoying some fresh snow on a stormy powder day. A two-layer shell defends against everything from heavy snowfall to chilly ridge line winds, while lightweight insulation is just enough to curb the cold when you're sitting still during a long chairlift ride. Once you start to warm back up while you're skiing, the jacket's two large underarm vents make it quick and easy to let off a little steam.

  • A warm, durable ski coat for shredding in style
  • Fully sealed seams provide waterproof protection
  • Thermal.Q fill retains warmth in damp, stormy conditions
  • Underarm vents let heat escape to prevent overheating
  • Powder skirt keeps snow from getting under jacket
  • Wrist gaiters prevent snow from creeping up sleeves
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