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You know your stuff when it comes to dressing up for ski sessions. So you should know that the Mountain Hardwear Women's Miss Snow It All II Jacket keeps you warm and dry all winter long. Its Dry.Q shell obviously brings waterproof protection so you stay dry on those snowy slopes. And having strategically placed Thermal.Q insulation clearly gives warmth where you need it while allowing for the mobility you need to cruise corduroy and hop into the trees. But did you know that this jacket's RECCO avalanche rescue reflector helps RECCO-equipped ski patrols find you if you get in an emergency? Well, you do now.
The Miss Snow It All also features an adjustable powder skirt to prevent snow from sticking to your backside when you sit down to strap on your board, and you can tuck it away when you're walking across a winter wonderland. Its hood slides over your helmet with ease, or you can cinch it tightly across your head if you lead a more dangerous unprotected brain-box life. Generous hand-warmer pockets give more room than regular hand pockets, and an extra cargo pocket overlays the hand-warmers to leave even more room for your phone and wallet. The hem tightens and quickly releases with the tab hidden in the hand pockets.
- Dry.Q shell
- 80g Thermal.Q insulation in body, 60g in arms
- Adjustable powder skirt with tuck-away snaps
- 3-way adjustable, helmet-compatible hood
- Adjustable cuffs
- Hidden hem release in hand pockets for hem adjustment
- Generous hand-warmer pockets with top hook-and-loop entry
- RECCO reflector
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How is the fit?
How is the fit?
The fit on this model will be a little longer, and not super tight. Also, the video posted below will give you a better idea about how the jacket looks on a real person!
Miss Snow It All II Jacket Details
What is the temperature rating on this...
What is the temperature rating on this jacket?
Unfortunately, there are no temp ratings on the jackets. It will be subjective to the individual, as well as what other layers you're wearing, etc. The Thermal Q is a great synthetic though, and will definitely add some great warmth on a chilly day!