Scott Terrain Down Jacket - Women's

Scott Terrain Down Jacket - Women's
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Terrain Down Jacket - Women's by Scott
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Scott Terrain Down Jacket - Women's

You obsess over the weather, watching for incoming storms with enough lift and cold air to wring out massive snow totals over your local mountains. When those powder days beckon you to the mountains, the Scott Women's Terrain Down Jacket serves up lofty warmth and solid waterproofing when gliding across waist-deep snow. This insulated jacket features 650-fill F X Down for fiery heat retention in sub-freezing temperatures. F X Down is comprised of lofty down clusters for heat retention, mixed with synthetic fibers for durability and moisture resistance. Going one step further to prevent the down clusters from clumping once wet, the Allied Resist-Down treatment maintains the down's lofting warmth in soaking conditions. For dryness inside the jacket, the Scott DRYOsphere 2-layer membrane seals out deep powder and outside moisture while breathing during high-octane ski sessions. This fabrication is windproof as well, ensuring you stay protected when you're trapped on a lift during wind-hold or surviving icy blasts on exposed summits. Another key feature are the underarm vents, which expel excess warmth when you're working up a sweat on warmer days.

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