Armada Barrena Insulated Jacket - Women's

Armada Barrena Insulated Jacket - Women's
Armada Barrena Insulated Jacket - Women's
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Barrena Insulated Jacket - Women's by Armada
When it's the best powder day of the year but also teeth-chatteringly cold, zip up the Armada Barrena Insulated Jacket and get your fill long after everyone else has hightailed it for the lodge. Pairing a 15K/15K Full Stretch Twill construction with fully sealed seams, Armada ensures you stay comfortably dry in knee-deep powder and unrelenting snowfall, while also giving you the warmth needed to focus only on the run ahead thanks to its 140-grams of Thermolite insulation throughout. Underarm zippered vents give you a quick release of excess heat after hiking the bootpack, while the adjustable powder skirt helps keep snow from getting in if you happen to dip your tip and tomahawk on the way down.

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SKU: ARMN329
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