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Smarty 3-in-1 Siren Jacket
The 686 Smarty 3-in-1 Siren Jacket is one smart cookie, because it's three jackets in one, and any way you wear it you're gonna feel like a million bucks. The removable sherpa insulated bomber liner adds warmth when you wear it with the shell, but also looks pretty sweet if you're just cruising town and need a light jacket for the day. Meanwhile the protective shell can also be worn alone, if the day isn't as cold as expected, but either way it keeps you dry on even the deepest days. It boasts a 20k waterproof membrane with fully sealed seams, so there's no way a single drop of snow is getting in, while the adjustable hood and cuffs—with great assistance from the powder skirt—seal off additional entry points. InfiDRY also offers 15k of breathability, so you won't find yourself getting muggy from the inside out, but mesh lined underarm vents help you dump heat if you're working especially hard for your turns. 686 equipped the Smarty with a pant-jacket connect system when you really want to seal the deal, as well as a myriad of pockets for storing your goggles, music, and more.
- A 3-in-1 jacket with ultimate protection on the ski hill
- infiDRY membrane offers waterproof, breathable performance
- Removable lining adds warmth on colder days or can be worn alone
- Underarm vents in shell help you regulate your body temperature
- Adjustable hood, hem, and cuffs seal out the snow on deep days
- Sleeve and goggle-specific pocket offer additional convenience
- Media-compatible setup for easy listening while you play
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- Q & A
Warm and waterproof
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
- Fit: True to size
gave this to my niece for Christmas and she loves the style of the jacket. She still needs to wear a bunch of layers underneath when skiing in the Midwest, but she doesnt mind.