Get your g(Nara) on.
You're psyched to hit the slopes tonight with some friends after work. As the temperature drops as the sun drops, though, stay warm on the mountain with the Mammut Women's Nara HS Hooded Thermo Jacket. Equipped with extremely warm double layer insulation, the Nara is prime for staying comfortable and toasty warm while you shred. And for the times when you're putting in a lot of extra effort, the underarms have vents for getting some air circulating while you ride. The Nara also has plenty of pockets for you to stash your valuables securely. This jacket is water and windproof so that you can stay on the mountain longer, even when the temperature plummets.
- A comfy, durable jacket for some serious mountain skiing
- Waterproof and windproof construction keep cold air and water out
- Insulation keeps heat in but still breathes
- Vents under arms allow for air circulation
- Zippered pockets secure items while you play
- Powder skirt helps keep the elements out
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- Q & A
Runs a bit large
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: Small
- Height: 5'4"
- Weight: 119lbs
Lovely jacket, great colour but unfortunately it’s just too long on me. I’m 5’4” and weigh about 120lb. This jacket would look great on someone taller than me.
LOVE LOVE LOVE this jacket
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Medium
- Height: 5'6"
- Weight: 125lbs
This jacket is great! I have been wearing the same ski jacket for about 10 years now and finally decided to spring for a new one. I'm so pleased with this. I usually buy a small in regular street jackets, but decided to size up so I could wear a down vest and layers underneath on super cold days. Very pleased with my choice. The exterior is really soft and pliable while also remaining water resistant. Haven't actually had to wear it while it's dumping snow, but I'm not concerned. The powder skirt is great and I'm looking forward to testing it out. Lastly, there are...not sure what to call these...sleeves with thumbholes inside the arm sleeves to prevent the tiny gaps between your mittens and your jacket. Keeps you nice and toasty.
On this website it states that there is an outer chest pocket but I do not see it in the pictures. I checked the mammut website and it says there is a chest pocket as well and uses the same pictures as backcountry. Does this mean that the chest pocket is inside the jacket or does it not exist?
Can the hood accommodate a ski helmet? The description says “tailored” which makes me think it won’t. Thank you.
It says there is insulation but doesn't provide much detail. Is this a shell or a true insulated jacket?
I looked at additional photos on the Mammut website and it does look like it has insulation.