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Being held back because your outerwear has failed to perform leaves you feeling like you're stranded in the bottom of a crevasse—cold, wet, and helpless. The Armada Crevasse Jacket's Mega Rex shell fabric and SuperFlo Liner will make that wet-helpless feeling a thing of the past, and you'll be able to stay out and play until your legs beg you to go no more.

  • Two-layer Mega Rex fabric features a breathable and waterproof laminate plus a DWR finish for protection when you're neck-deep in the soft stuff
  • Water beware: this jacket has fully taped seams and features YKK zippers for an impenetrable first line of defense against the elements
  • SuperFlo Lining System features fleece in the shoulders, open mesh in the underarms, and printed mesh in the body for extra warmth and snag-free movement between layers
  • Armada's signature standard fit leaves ample room for layers and every movement you can imagine
  • Underarm zips let you cool down and help to regulate your body temperature
  • The helmet-compatible Reactive Hood System allows you to quickly adjust the fit of the hood to best suit the conditions on the mountain
  • The adjustable and stowable powder skirt keeps the pow shots in your face and off your belly
  • Adjustable cuffs keep out the snow when you're practicing your hand-plants in the park
  • The InterGaiterFace Powder Protection system connects the powder skirt to Armada pants so your jacket doesn't ride up when you're shredding hard
  • With the external-access music pocket with a headphone port, you'll be popping and locking all-day long
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just what I needed

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

This was an amazing deal. the jacket was slightly larger than I would have bought if I could have tried it on, but for the money it will do. The hood and face are comfortable when up but it is a little awkward if you try to keep it down with your helmet on.