Eider Naeba Jacket - Women's

Eider Naeba Jacket - Women's
Eider Naeba Jacket - Women's
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Naeba Jacket - Women's by Eider
It's hard to say whether the Eider Women's Naeba Jacket is more stylish than it is protective, or vice versa. Its Defender membrane boasts higher waterproof, breathable ratings than most ski jackets, and fully taped seams double down on waterproofing by preventing a single snowflake from seeping through. One the other hand, Eider cut the Naeba with a tailored fit that stays slim around the waist and hips for a look that's more than fashionable for ski towns. Despite its slim fit, the Naeba's four-way stretch fabrication ensures freedom of movement all around the resort.The Naeba also features Primaloft's premium Gold Luxe insulation. This insulation feels as light and lofty as down, except it stays warm even if it happens to get wet because it's a strong synthetic. There are zippers under each arm that allow ample ventilation for cool airflow if you get too hot. Both the hood and powder skirt are detachable for coverage whether it's cloudy and stormy or bright and sunny. Although it doesn't look like it, the Naeba boasts an abundance of pockets to store goggles, phones, passes, and more.

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