Volcom Shadow Insulated Jacket - Women's

Volcom Shadow Insulated Jacket - Women's
Volcom Shadow Insulated Jacket - Women's
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Shadow Insulated Jacket - Women's by Volcom
Just because the mountain is throwing a sea of snow at you doesn't mean you have to sacrifice style for protection, and the Volcom Women's Shadow Insulated Jacket proves it. Constructed with a 2-layer V-Science membrane and featuring fully taped seams, this jacket provides waterproof, breathable protection. Low-Loft insulation helps stave off the cold without adding bulk, while the V-Science breathable lining system wicks away moisture so you're never left feeling clammy. The Shadow Jacket is loaded with a number of style and performance features to keep you comfortable on the slopes. An adjustable powder skirt, combined with the Zip Tech jacket to pant interface, ensures no wayward snow sneaks into your pants or jacket. The adjustable hood adds another layer of protection on stormy days, and includes a removable faux fur trim for luxurious style and warmth. Mesh-lined underarm zipper vents help you dump heat quickly after a long run or on sunny spring days. Quilting at the elbows adds stylish detail, while a variety of pockets offer specialized storage and visual interest to this protective, versatile jacket.

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