Sweet Protection Voodoo Jacket - Women's

Sweet Protection Voodoo Jacket - Women's
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Voodoo Jacket - Women's by Sweet Protection
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Sweet Protection Voodoo Jacket - Women's

When the powder is piling up, the temperatures are down, and people are peeling away from your group because they're too either cold or wet to keep skiing, you'll be dry and gripped thanks to the serious weather protection the Sweet Protection Women's Voodoo Jacket provides. It's safe to say Norway-based Sweet Protection knows a thing or two about cold and snowy climates, and with a background in building equipment for whitewater kayaking, it's of no surprise that you'll find a top-of-the-line Gore-Tex Pro shell with fully taped seams to effectively seal out any heat-robbing moisture. But it doesn't stop there, because the face fabric is built to last with 150-denier abrasion resistant panels along the shoulders and a lighter 70-denier body to keep the weight down and promote free range of movement as you ski.Fit is important, and that is why the Voodoo is tailored to fit feminine frames with a look that's always flattering, whether you're sipping a mid-mountain ale, or passing everyone down the frontside. The helmet can be pulled over a helmet when the weather is really rough, and the stretch powder skirt seals out snow when the white stuff is unbelievably deep. What about warmer, clear days, you ask' Well, the powder skirt can be removed and the armpit X-opening ventilation system can be opened up when you need to let a little cool air through to keep you comfortable. There's enough pockets to let you bring your kitchen sink along; this pocket setup includes two large chest pockets, a laminated phone/media pocket, internal dump pockets that will carry an extra pair of gloves or goggles, and a zippered sleeve pocket for your season pass.

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