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Versatility at it's best.
For the ladies who end up wearing their ski jacket all winter long from the mountain, to class and then to the bar, the Volcom Campos INF Gore Hooded Jacket is the perfect technical riding jacket with ample style for everyday winter wear. Equipped with storm-proof two-layer GoreTex, you'll get protection on those beloved days when it snows all day and night. And the V-Science breathable INF lining system uses infrared technology to keep your body heat regulated, while the removable midweight down vest is available as needed for those frigid days or easily rocked solo on the streets during shoulder season. Come spring, you can rock the jacket as a shell and unzip the underarm vents when you heat up in the lift line. Lyrca hand gaiters comfortably fit under your gloves and help block out cold air, and the multiple pockets hold your tunes and just enough money for the shot-and-a-beer special. It's regular fit and dropped hem comfortably fits layers and protects your toosh when you take a break mid-mountain to soak in the views and catch a breath.
- A 3-in-1 ski jacket for on and off the mountain
- GoreTex waterproofing provides powder-proof protection
- Infrared lining keeps you warm on extra cold days
- Removable insulated vest keeps you warm only when needed
- Fully sealed seams increased waterproofing durability
- Underarm vents lets you cool down easily when you heat up
- Lycra hand gaiters blocks out the wind from creeping in
- Multiple pockets for tunes, apres-ski money, and chapstick
- Regular fit with dropped tail protects you when you sit down
- Q & A
good for snorkeling
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Small
This jacket is pretty great all around:
-removable vest is way better looking in person
-fit well to layer under and for movement
but my one BIG complaint was how high the neck came up on my face- it's all the way up to my nose! I could see how this would be great for super deep, stormy, snorkely conditions. However, I ride mostly on the east coast at Stowe- mostly resort and a little sidecountry/split. I wear a fleece hood/facemask when I ride, so the neckline coming up that high was a little overkill. No one wants to breathe into their jacket and have that stank reflected back onto their face! Also, the way the neck is constructed makes it an all-or nothing deal; if you don't zip up all the way, you've got zoot suit-esque lapel flaps framing your face.