Dakine's Brentwood II Women's Jacket is slightly long, super stylish, and has a ton more on-mountain functionality than you might expect from a jacket with this much steeze. With this reliable insulated jacket, you won't have to trade slope-side style for performance, especially not with ultra-warm Primaloft Silver insulation and the two-layer 15K waterproof and breathable construction, complete with fully taped seams, and a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment. The insulation is a tad lighter in the hood and sleeves for unrestricted mobility, and Dakine finished the Brentwood off with a super-soft brushed Sherpa fleece and taffeta lining that feels good against bare skin and slides easily over layers so you don't have to fight that marshmallowy feel while you tear through the trees. When you're ripping and riding all day, you'll be psyched on the Brentwood's killer array of features, starting with the mesh-lined underarm vents and stow-away stretch powder skirt. They'll help you stay comfortable and snow-free, respectively, while the hook-and-loop cuffs, drawcord hem, and dual-drawcord hood can all be cinched down to seal you up tightly against the elements. Dakine hooked up a whole mess of pockets, too, and finished the Brentwood with leather details and a removable faux-fur ruff to give your face and head a little added warmth and comfort in cold and windy weather.
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