A winning combo.
The Spyder Core Component Jacket and Core sweater provide everything you need for a comfortable weekend at your favorite resort. The core sweater serves as an excellent insulation layer while the Xt.L shell handles snow flurries and drippy chairlift rides. After a long day of making perfect turns, ditch the shell and sport the stylish sweater while you enjoy a cold one on the deck at the lodge.
- Stretch shell with XT.L and a DWR finish keeps you comfortable on bluebird days and when the clouds roll in
- Brushed metal overlay film provides superior abrasion resistance
- Fully taped seams remove any chance moisture will find its way into this jacket
- The Core sweater is comprised of a sweater-style knit with anti-pilling fleece backing to keep you cozy
- Custom-embossed lining comfortably slides over layers
- Core ventilation system allows you to regulate temperature throughout the day
- Removable hood system with adjustable opening provides extra protection on snowy days
- Powder skirt keeps the fluff off your belly, snaps back when you don't need it on the slopes, and removes completely for trips into town
- Adjustable cuffs with gussets keep cold snow out of your sleeves
- An array of pockets holds your pass, ID, and goggles
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
Got this for my hubby. First time out to ski, we were lucky it was warm. The main zipper is completely non-functioning. In addition, the zipper flap has only Velcro, so he had to ski with an open coat all day. Not good to find that out in the parking lot at the mountain. Hoping to return it for credit towards a north face coat. Never again with spyder.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Broke this in at Snow Basin UT, best jacket I've ever owned. Super warm, and those core zips were a lifesaver when I was trying to cool down. The lens cloth in the chest pocket is an awesome bonus. One of my favorite things about this jacket is that it doesn't limit my range of motion.