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Drop some bombs in the park and light up those back bowls in the DC Women's Fuse 15 Jacket. The durable midweight twill fabric will hold up to abuse from falls, and the Extotex 10 membrane will help to keep you dry. The 80g insulation adds warmth without bulk to keep you toasty and spinning freely on and off those rails. Since it's fitted with a grip of pockets to keep your music in check, your season pass handy, and even an extra pair of goggles on deck, you'll be prepared for whatever the mountain demands. Mesh-lined ventilation zips let you ditch some heat when you need to, and the powder skirt seals out all that fun but uncomfortably cold powder.  

  • Exotex 10 (10K/10K)
  • Taped critical seams
  • Nylon or polyester twill fabric
  • 80g synthetic insulation
  • Regular fit
  • 2 underarm ventilation zips
  • 3-way adjustable hood
  • 2 hand, 1 chest media, 1 pass, 1 internal mesh pockets
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warmer than a shell

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Large

Super stylish jacket, not overly insulated but the cut allows for layering without looking bulky. Still was wearing my puffy to snowboard in on really cold days but this jacket kept me warm even when it was in the teens with an extra midweight layer. Really flattering fit, people compliment it all the time.

Great for cold weather, stylish

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium

I just wore this jacket skiing in Vermont last weekend. We had 2 day with frostbite warning and a warmer powder day. The jacket was great in both conditions. Enough room for layering a light down jacket and sweater in cooler weather, and the pit zips were great for the warmer powder day when I was working a little harder on the slopes. The powder skirt was also clutch for when I took a spill in 12"+ snow. I also really liked the pocket on the left sleeve above the wrist because it was a perfect place for the lift pass. While I wouldn't recommend wearing the jacket alone as the insulation is pretty light, it is heavier than a shell, and seemed to keep me dry. I like having a hood on my jackets, but this hood was not big enough to fit over my helmet. In addition to this being a functional jacket, I looked pretty damn good, too.