Under Armour Coldgear Infrared Powerline Insulated Jacket - Women's

Under Armour Coldgear Infrared Powerline Insulated Jacket - Women's
Under Armour Coldgear Infrared Powerline Insulated Jacket - Women's
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Coldgear Infrared Powerline Insulated Jacket - Women's by Under Armour
Ditch your flimsy shell for the Under Armour Women's Coldgear Infrared Powerline Insulated Jacket. Instead of spending your Saturday shivering through turns at the resort, the Powerline gives you the warmth you need to enjoy your time on the slopes. The two-layer Storm3 shell blocks powder and howling winds, and the fully taped seams make sure no water finds its way inside.PrimaLoft Black insulation acts as a shield between you and the cold, while the ColdGear Infrared lining absorbs and retains body heat to keep you warmer longer. Under Armour included core vents to help you regulate temperature on strenuous runs or warmer afternoons at the resort. The Powerline Insulated Jacket is equipped with a number of features to enhance your on-mountain experience. An adjustable hood provides protection from stormy weather, while the powder skirt seals out cold and snow to keep you skiing comfortable all day long.

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