Columbia wasn't messing around when it gave the Women's Shreddin Insulated Jacket its name. Built to crush trees, steeps, cliffs and everything in between, this jacket has fully taped seams, a waterproof and breathable Omni-Tech laminate, and toasty Omni-Heat Thermal insulation for spending all day out in the gnarliest conditions. The four-way stretch shell construction offers superior mobility to help keep your turns quick and sharp, while the underarm venting allows you to dump the buildup of excess heat when you start to work up a sweat. A polyester Omni-Heat reflective lining makes the most of your own body heat by bouncing it back to your core when you need it most, and the internal stretch panels serve up uninhibited range of motion when weaving through the woods. An adjustable hood, hem, and cuffs help batten down the hatches when the weather really turns. The adjustable powder skirt gives your backside dry protection when you inevitably tomahawk in the deep stuff. Multiple pockets keep your ski pass, extra goggles, snacks, and any other essentials close at hand to prepare you for a full day in the mountains.
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