The Norrona Men's Roldal Gore-Tex Jacket combines urban-inspired looks with protection you can take from the resort to the backcountry. It's lightweight and breathable to handle long tours, yet also provides the weatherproofing needed to keep you dry when you're riding lifts in a blizzard. Gore-Tex three-layer fabric is guaranteed waterproof to ensure you stay dry in the wettest snowstorms, and it's also highly breathable to allow vapor to escape when you're working up a sweat on arduous skintracks. The relaxed fit allows room to layer underneath when temperatures plummet and offers a laid-back look. Zippered underarm vents release excess heat when you're hiking a steep stretch or skiing an intense bump run. The powder skirt features silicone grip to prevent it from riding up, and if that isn't enough, you can also attach the Roldal to your Norrona pants using the Zip-Seal system to keep snow out on the deepest powder days. The storm hood shields your face from the elements without inhibiting your vision, and it's helmet-compatible so you can wear it over your brain bucket. Stretch wrist gaiters keep snow from getting up your sleeves. Multiple pockets secure everyday essentials.
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