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The Project lives for snowy, cold weather.
Thanks to the Spyder Women's Project Jacket, you're one of the few braving the blustery winter storm while you reap the benefits of its lush pow. A 20K-rated Xt.L membrane, Spylon+ DWR, and fully taped seams shield you from fat, fluffy flakes, while low-profile 3M Thinsulate insulation keeps your core toasty and comfortable in frigid temperatures.
- 20K-rated Xt.L membrane, Spylon+ DWR, and fully taped seams fend off sideway-blowing snow and fat wet flakes
- Bemis (an anti-abrasion overlay film) provides a cool, sleek appearance and water resistance
- Low-profile 3M Thinsulate insulation throughout features microfibers that efficiently trap insulating air, reflect radiant body heat, and deliver warmth two times greater than down and other polyester insulation
- Smooth nylon taffeta lining makes layering underneath a cinch
- Stretchy fabric and feminine cut supply unrestricted movement while you schuss through tight trees
- Removable hood shields your face and head from the elements
- Removable powder skirt with stretch panel, hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs, and drawcord adjustable hem seal in warmth and block out the cold and snow
- Brushed microfiber inner collar eliminates annoying chafing issues
- Multiple internal and external pockets stash your goggles, cell, snack money, or other small essentials
- Data card pocket has a chamois inside to clean your fogged-up goggles
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- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This jacket has all the bells and whistles that you want for charging the resort. It is warm and comfortable. I really like the stretchy fabric for moving in the mountains. It has a very athletic feel and great hood/collar for protecting your face against the elements. The fit is very feminine and super cute. The sizing is perfect!
If I could change anything, I would have more ventilation in the jacket. It does have pit zips, but they aren't very long. The ventilation is great for ripping around the resort, but not quite enough for hiking in the side country.