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It's a soft suit of armor.

Is there a big, gnarly storm headed your way? Not to worry; the Obermeyer Women's Coco Jacket can handle Mother Nature's worst. This feature-packed severe-weather jacket is ready to do battle with the elements and win.
  • 20K waterproof rating to stand up to just about any storm
  • Incredible 40gm breathability rating means your body can efficiently regulate its temperature
  • Control Zone Ventilation lets you adapt the Coco to changing temperatures
  • Articulated sleeves for a natural fit
  • Fully seam-sealed to eliminate weak spots in the waterproofing
  • Adjustable powder skirt for the perfect seal
  • RECCO avalanche device for added safety
  • Interior stretch panels for unlimited range of motion

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How long is this coat?

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I was thinking of buying the new Obermeyer...

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I was thinking of buying the new Obermeyer Coco jacket but have been told that any insulated jacket looses its insulation capability to some extent from year to year. Who can tell me more about this?

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Hi Dagmar, I have never heard that insulated jackets loose their insulating capabilities over time... I think what you are referring to is the fact that insulated jackets (down or other) don't get the proper treatment to maintain their insulating properties; meaning they don't get washed, etc. after being stored in a bag, used all season, etc... basically when the insulation is dirty or has been compacted the insulating factor will change... I make sure to launder regularly and then dry on low/no settings in dryer with several tennis balls included to help reloft the insulation...