Orage Jasmine Insulated Jacket - Women's

Orage Jasmine Insulated Jacket - Women's
Orage Jasmine Insulated Jacket - Women's
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Jasmine Insulated Jacket - Women's by Orage
The Orage Jasmine Jacket is designed to keep you on the slopes even when the conditions are bitterly cold. The Jasmine features a combination of PrimaLoft Thermoplume and PrimaLoft Black insulation, concentrated at the core and sleeves respectively, to keep your precious body heat from slipping away. A Demizax 2-layer membrane provides breathable protection against the elements, and all of the seams have been sealed to prevent moisture from seeping in. A helmet-compatible hood works with the powder skirt and adjustable cuffs to ensure snow can't sneak in these access points and dampen your spirits.

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SKU: ORG007P
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