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Your lightweight secret weapon against winter's chill.

The Cloudveil Women's Inversion Jacket's 650-fill down insulation makes it warm and light enough to take out ice climbing, winter camping, or backcountry skiing, and the slim fit and pretty stitching let you wear it out to the bar after an epic day. Cloudveil gave the Inversion a DWR-coated Pertex shell to fight off light snowfall or the occasional blast of powder, and it layers smoothly under a shell jacket for snowy days or backcountry forays. The tricot-lined pockets thaw fingers after a long ice belay, and when the temps rise, the Inversion stuffs down into its included stuff sack.

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Big in the arms.

I got this off of SAC the other day, it was a great deal, but I think I'm sending it back. I loved the quality and the color, with the different color in the hood.
I have the Cloudveil RPK shell and I like to wear it with a down layer underneath, the Marmot Ama Dablam Down. Unfortunately, the Inversion Jacket didn't give me the same freedom of movement I was seeking to replace. It was a very light jacket, but a lot longer than I had expected and the arms were made for a body builder. I don't like when my insulating layers are too big. I also found that the quilted look is more faltering than the horizontal seems.