Spyder Arctyc Jacket - Women's

Spyder Arctyc Jacket - Women's
Spyder Arctyc Jacket - Women's
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Arctyc Jacket - Women's by Spyder
The Spyder Women's Arctyc Jacket will keep you feeling toasty and regal whether you're skiing in Colorado or traveling through the Great White North. The Stretch Xt. L exterior shelters you from snow and rain, while 3M Thinsulate insulation provides unparalleled warmth. When the wind starts howling, you can hunker down into the brushed microfiber inner collar and pull up the removable hood with zip-off faux fur trim. If the temps rise, you can take off the hood and unzip the underarm ventilation system to keep yourself cool and comfortable. The plethora of pockets stores all your ski day essentials (including a chamois goggle lens wipe), and the drawcord adjustable hem allows you to adjust the fit to your liking. After you're done skiing, the stretchy powder skirt with pant attachment tabs can be stowed with a snap-back feature, leaving you with a stylish apres piece.

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