Leda Gore-Tex Jacket
Hit the resort in the Volcom Women's Leda Gore-Tex Jacket for an all-day shred session. With the waterproof, windproof, and breathable Gore-Tex 2-layer membrane, even the wettest snowstorms and gustiest days can't send you into the lodge early. Fully taped seams add extra assurance that no chilly moisture will permeate into your layers, and the adjustable hood keeps your face free from pelting snow and cold, chafing wind.
The Leda features an adjustable, stretchy powder skirt to ensure that no snow will end up inside your jacket, and Volcom's jacket-to-pant interface actually lets you attach your Volcom pants to the jacket to create a seal against the snow and cold air. If the day heats up or you're working up a sweat from throwing it big in the park, unzip the mesh-lined underarm vents to let some of that warm air out. Hand gaiters keep the snow and cold out of your gloves, and a goggle stash and media pocket keep your essentials secure. To allow you to move quickly through the lift line, a designated ticket ring keeps sure your pass easily accessible.
- Shred the mountain in this protective jacket
- Gore-Tex membrane offers breathable protection from wind and water
- Fully taped seams prevent moisture from seeping into layers
- Hood is adjustable to block face from snow and wind
- Mesh-lined underarm vents allow for easy temperature regulation
- Full features add on-mountain convenience and comfort
- Split tail hem allows for better range of motion
- Longer fit offers extra coverage from the cold
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- Q & A
Wolf Pack! Sick Jacket
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: Large
- Height: 5'10"
- Weight: 160lbs
I get so many compliments on this jacket! The design is way rad. Note: It's a shell, not an insulated jacket, so you will need to layer up in colder weather! It works great with a light baselayer in spring for those warmer temps. The Gore Tex does what it is supposed to and keeps me toasty in windy/wet conditions! I love the high collar and hood strings. The pockets are great, and there is even a little zippered section on the arm to stick your pass into - super handy for getting onto the lifts. (no more hip dances haha)
The only downside is I'm taller with a longer torso so the jacket sits a bit high on me (I'm 5'10, wear Med/Large) but those are just tall lady problems! Doesn't really affect me when I ride but the side pockets are a bit awkward to access.