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When making fresh tracks requires you to brave cold and wet conditions, suit up in the Mountain Hardwear Women's Luma Jacket. The advanced Dry Q Elite shell is completely wind and waterproof and has the ability to start breathing the moment you put the jacket on so you stay dry and comfortable. Add in a healthy dose of Thermic Micro insulation for warmth along with every feature you'd expect in a top-shelf ski jacket, and you're ready to slay aggressive lines regardless of what the weather chooses to do.

  • Dry Q Elite shell fabric provides complete wind and waterproof protection and has the ability to start breathing the minute you put it on so you stay dry and comfy all day
  • Fully taped seams keep wet conditions out
  • 100g Thermic Micro synthetic insulation keeps you warm on chilly days at the mountain
  • Relaxed fit allows a full range of skiing and snowboarding movements
  • Underarm zips provide ventilation during high-exertion activities
  • Fixed helmet-compatible hood adjust for a snug fit and protects in tough winter weather
  • Removable stretch powder skirt adjusts for a perfect fit, keeps snow out, and can be left behind for less waist-bulk when you don't need it
  • Adjustable cuffs seal around wrists to keep snow out
  • Interior pockets and zippered hand pockets hold essential items
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Too good to be true on paper..

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

My friend got this Insulated, DRy-Q Elite jacket for less than a week and she return it back to the store because she's feeling cold outside with it on not so cold Canadian winter days ( under around 0 to -5 degre celcius). She's not active or use this jacket for sports.

I didn't understand why it feel cold because I know MHW stuff and it's usually pretty good. But here's why.

My understanding is that The Dry-Q Elite is a membrane that breathe too much and does not allow the body to add warmth ( and little humidity) to the inside of the jacket before it can breathe. All membrane gore tex or other need some kind of vapor pressure and heat to Kick-in, that way you can feel the warmth and the more vapor inside, the faster they go out. Not the case with Dry-Q all time vapor can pass trought.

Also, I think that the pit zips are useless for this membrane because it breathe so well and it add a feeling of cold because they are not covered with fabric on the inside arm so you can feel the cold there too.

The synthetic insulation maybe is also not enought isolating the exterior cold and the polyester fabric is thin outside.

Fit is excellent, style and waterproof is perfect.

My recommendation is to buy it for sports or multi underwear setup, not for standalone winter jacket for braving cold winter.