Armada Helena Insulated Jacket - Women's

Armada Helena Insulated Jacket - Women's
Armada Helena Insulated Jacket - Women's
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Helena Insulated Jacket - Women's by Armada
When you're known for your style in the park, you need a jacket that matches your rep. The Armada Helena Insulated Jacket brings together technical features and unhindered style to make you a dream jacket. Made with a 10K breathable and waterproof membrane and reinforced with fully sealed seams and DWR finish, this jacket keeps you fully protected through storms. And the lightweight insulation is just the perfect amount of warmth that prevents you from overheating or is easily beefed up with a baselayer. The powder skirt is adjustable and stashable so you only have to pull it out on pow days, and the jacket-to-pant integration increases your protection through deeper lines. A helmet compatible hood and adjustable hem and cuffs lets you cinch out cold drafts, while the mesh-lined underarm vents lets you cool down when needed. The jackets unique style is made with a tailored fit that complements the body and the diagonal zip, asymmetric hem and mid-thigh length is praise worthy style your girlfriends will be jealous of.

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SKU: ARM00EY
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