Norrona Roldal Gore-Tex Insulated Jacket - Women's

Norrona Roldal Gore-Tex Insulated Jacket - Women's
Norrona Roldal Gore-Tex Insulated Jacket - Women's
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Roldal Gore-Tex Insulated Jacket - Women's by Norrona
It may be nuking outside, but you have the Norrona Women's Roldal Gore-Tex Insulated Jacket on, so all you see is sweet, sweet pow piling up. Insulated, waterproof, and with a longer cut for added protection, the Roldal will handle just about any weather the mountain can muster. Its Gore-Tex membrane with fully taped seams sheds moisture from snow and remains plenty breathable, so you aren't standing in the lift line shivering from all the sweat that built up from your last run. If you tend to run cold, you'll appreciate the PrimaLoft Silver insulation, which will make that usually bone-chilling lift ride seem a whole lot warmer. When you need to lose a little heat mid-run, open up the two underarm ventilation zips, and while you're at it, you might as well clear your foggy goggles with the included goggle wipe, because you're going to want to see the rest of this run, well, until that next face shot at least.

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SKU: NRA003O
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