Norrona Roldal Gore-Tex Jacket - Women's

Norrona Roldal Gore-Tex Jacket - Women's
Norrona Roldal Gore-Tex Jacket - Women's
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Roldal Gore-Tex Jacket - Women's by Norrona
Norrona mixed backcountry-worthy protection into a city-worthy style with the Women's Roldal Gore-Tex Jacket. Its three-layer Gore-Tex shell offers Norrona's highest rated waterproof, windproof, breathable protection available, and fully taped seams enhance waterproofing by preventing a single snowflake from seeping through. The Roldal is light and compressible for backcountry touring, and still bombproof for the snowiest weather at the ski resort. This jacket also features Norrona's X-open ventilation system, which includes long zippers under each arm and an additional chest zipper to circulate airflow more effectively. The powder skirt zips into compatible ski pants by Norrona for complete coverage, and there are adjustments at the hem and cuffs for a secure fit. Pocket configuration includes two zippered hands, one zippered chest with a goggle cloth, a zippered wrist pocket for ski passes, and a zippered security pocket inside for valuables.

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SKU: NRA003M
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