A bluebird ski day in the Northeast is the stuff of dreams. Even better if it includes a fresh dusting of fluffy white powder. If you've skied the East for any stretch of time, you know you often win and lose in the same day with weather, so it's best to zip on something like the Columbia Carvin' Insulated Jacket before you head out. For the days you start the day skiing in the sunshine only to have the wind kick up in the Whites and bring low clouds and biting snow, the versatile Carvin' Jacket will keep you, you know, carving, in comfort from first chair to last.
As you head up the summit lift into swirling white clouds, the jacket's seam-sealed, waterproof shell blocks out biting wind and icy snow, keeping you dry so you aren't forced inside early. Underneath that protection, Columbia's Omni Heat reflective lining and breathable insulation address warmth, holding heat close to your core but remaining breathable when you take on a steep bump run or dive into the trees. The jacket's finished with a host of ski-specific features like a goggle pocket, pass pocket, adjustable powder skirt, and helmet-compatible hood to help you keep your gear organized and the snow where it belongs, and the regular fit accommodates any layering system you need for the day.
- Insulated ski jacket has you covered when the weather turns
- Regular fit accommodates a range of layering systems
- Stretchy, waterproof shell blocks snow and wind
- Breathable insulation and reflective liner hold heat close
- Wealth of ski-specific pockets keep your gear organized
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