Capitalize on whatever comes your way with the Patagonia Women's 3-in-1 Snowbelle Jacket. You can wear this versatile jacket as a waterproof and breathable shell year round or on warm spring days, as a shoulder season insulating layer, or as a warm combo for cold days spent lapping the lifts. The durable H2No Performance Standard shell acts as a waterproof, breathable barrier against harsh winter conditions. Slick mesh lining keeps you warm, wicks away moisture, and glides over layers for a comfortable fit. The shell is loaded with a variety of features to compliment your on-mountain experience. An attached powder skirt seals out snow on deep days, and includes a webbing loop which connects to any Patagonia snow pants. Underarm zippers provide quick ventilation on long bump runs or warm, bluebird days, while a removable, helmet-compatible hood provides additional storm protection. The versatile zip-out liner is lightweight, compressible, and insulated with 60g Thermogreen that stays warm even when whet. The jacket can be reversed from a smooth to quilted face fabric to match your mood. Wear the liner on its own on warmer, drier days, or zip it into the shell for combined protection.
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