Spyder Emerald Jacket - Womens

Spyder Emerald Jacket - Womens
Spyder Emerald Jacket - Womens
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Emerald Jacket - Womens by Spyder
If you want a jacket that slays the slopes and looks good for the apres scene, then look no further than the Spyder Women's Emerald Ski Jacket. This fashionable jacket features an Xt. L laminate with extreme waterproof, breathable ratings, and it has a Spylon treatment and taped critical seams for added waterproofing. Faux leather accents give it a sleek, moto-inspired style, while the silver fox fur ruff reminds everyone that this a true winter jacket.For warmth, Spyder stuffed the Emerald with Primaloft's top-of-the-line Gold insulation, which is surprisingly light, compressible, soft, and resilient against Mother Nature. In case you get too warm, the jacket's underarm zippers ventilate unwanted warmth and circulates cool air. The protective powder skirt, large hood, and the silver fox fur ruff are removable for customized coverage from autumn's first snowfall, through winter's stormy weather all the way to spring's sunny days.

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SKU: SPD00OK
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