Patagonia Insulated Powder Bowl Jacket - Women's

Patagonia Insulated Powder Bowl Jacket - Women's
Patagonia Insulated Powder Bowl Jacket - Women's
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Insulated Powder Bowl Jacket - Women's by Patagonia
When your powder day comes with biting chill, pull on the Patagonia Women's Insulated Powder Bowl Jacket and beat the crowds. Built with a tough, 2-layer Gore-Tex membrane, this jacket protects you from snow and wind, while still remaining breathable. A DWR finish sloughs snow and wet slush to keep you try and comfortable. Patagonia placed environmentally conscious 60g Thermogreen insulation in areas where you need mobility and 100g insulation in areas where you need warmth. The Insulated Powder Bowl features an adjustable powder skirt, which can be cinched for a tight seal while you ski the bowl or can lie flat when not in use. A webbing loop at the center back connects to any Patagonia snow pants to help keep snow out. Underarm vents enable you to let out a bit of heat after an intense ride. The tall collar protects your neck and face, while the hood slides easily over your helmet for wet and windy days. A drawcord on the hem exits into the handwarmer pockets for easy adjustment.

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