Marmot Mikaela Jacket - Women's

Marmot Mikaela Jacket - Women's
$324.97 $499.95 35% off
Mikaela Jacket - Women's by Marmot
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Marmot Mikaela Jacket - Women's

At the crossroads of technical functionality and everlasting style, you'll find the Marmot Women's Mikaela Jacket. Designed for backcountry pursuits of all shapes and sizes, the Mikaela features a weatherproof construction and bevvy of snow-friendly features that make it all the more ready to tackle never-ending vert, gorgeous pillow lines, and bottomless pow alike. However, that's not to say the Mikaela is strictly for alpine use; it also touts a classic look and removable powder skirt that not only offers customized protection, but also assures unobstructed versatility. Enough about urban environments, though. This jacket features a Gore-Tex Pro construction, which is not only highly waterproof and breathable, but windproof and abrasion-resistant as well--meaning you fall on the well-protected end of the spectrum. Additionally, the zippered underarm ventilation provides on-the-go temperature regulation, so you're able to dump heat quickly as opposed to removing the entire jacket. The myriad of pockets keep necessities close at hand, and all of the zippers tout a water-resistant construction, which further safeguards you from sneaky moisture and precipitation. Not to mention, the hem and cuffs are fully adjustable for a personalized feel, while the relaxed fit and Angel Wing Movement assure unimpeded mobility.

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