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Snowshot 3-in-1 Jacket
Whether you're powder hunting on a cold January afternoon or heading out for a slush-filled spring romp with the whole crew, you'll be able to rock the ultra-versatile Patagonia Snowshot 3-in-1 Jacket for all of it. It's got a waterproof H2No shell to keep you protected from the elements on exposed summits and sluggish chairlifts, with toasty synthetic insulation bringing you integrated warmth that's low on weight and high on performance.
When conditions warm up, or if you want to change up your layering system, you can zip out the insulated liner and give yourself a weatherproof shell for spring days and a stand-alone puffy for nights out in mountain towns. Both come with hand and chest pockets for easy storage for maps and snacks, and the shell has underarm ventilation that invites cooling air into your system after a tiring bump run or a hike to untouched lines. The hood is removable for bluebird days, as well as helmet compatible and easily adjustable when conditions aren't as favorable.
- A versatile 3-in-1 jacket for multi-season weather protection
- H2No shell keeps you dry when bluebirds turn to pow days
- Synthetic insulation offers toasty warmth on slow lift rides
- Shell and liner zip apart to become a multi-season shell and puffy
- Underarm vents cool you off after grueling runs
- Powder skirt for insurance when shredding or falling in deep snow
- Removable hood zips away when blue skies return
- Shell and liner have hand and chest pockets for storage anywhere
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- Q & A
The Only Ski Jacket You'll Need
- Fit: True to size
The Patagonia Snowshot 3-in-1 is a great jacket for skiing or snowboarding inbounds. It is really versatile because it can be three totally different jackets - just a shell, just the mid-layer, or both combined to be a really warm jacket. The liner is basically a Nano Puff full- zip jacket with slightly different insulation (Thermogreen instead of Primaloft). If you wear just the shell, you can wear it in in the 50's because it has pit zippers and is breathable, but if you have the outer and inner zipped together and layer properly, you can wear it into the single digits or lower.
I've seen it handle wet snow and sleet to all out blizzard conditions and can't say a bad thing about it.
This is a great jacket and well worth the price because of its versatility and performance. It has pit zippers, pockets in all the right places, fits like it should, and keeps you warm and dry in almost any condition. It isn't the best ski jacket that Patagonia makes, but it is the best value and will last a long time.
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