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This versatile jacket loves open bowls and blizzard conditions.
Supple and snow usually don't go together. Except when it comes to the Arc'teryx Women's Stingray Jacket. The designers at Arc'teryx paired Gore-Tex's soft yet durable nylon face fabric with sweet low-loft polyester on the inside to give you a guaranteed waterproof and guaranteed breathable jacket when you're laying down laps in open bowls. Whether you're ice skating-skiing or floating through thigh-deep powder, this firmly feminine jacket features your figure while flaunting technical facets left and right.
The material's brushed knit inner face insulates you from cold and helps draws perspiration away from your baselayer to keep you feeling dry and fresh from the first chair up to the last run down. The Gore-Tex membrane blocks rain and snow, and the sturdy outer face stands up to season after season of wear. DWR helps water bead on the jacket surface so you can shake it off with little more than hip flick.
An integrated powder skirt prevents smoky pow from curling up against your back or tickling your tummy. If your bright-pink or olive-green helmet needs hiding, the helmet-compatible hood shields your head and face from the elements. WaterTight zippers give the Stingray every advantage against wet weather, though you may want to think twice about taking your new smartphone skiing. When spring skiing heats up, open the underarm zips to get rid of excess heat and let a little fresh air in.
- N70p Gore-Tex 3L, DWR finish
- Low-loft polyester liner
- Women-specific, athletic fit
- Articulated elbows, gusseted underarms
- Underarm zips
- Snap-close powder skirt
- Helmet-compatible hood
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Love that Carolina Blue
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I'm 5'6" and about 120lbs - I ordered the jacket in a size Small, in the blue color, and it was perfect. I was able to fit two layers of long underwear and a thin down jacket under it for extra warmth. The jacket withstood sub-zero temperatures and was great at blocking the wind. Like any Arc'Teryx product, it's beautifully made and designed to last for years. It's definitely an investment, but I know I'll have the jacket forever, so I'm fine with that.