Insulated Powder Bowl Jacket - Women's by Patagonia
When you're wearing the Patagonia Women's Insulate Powder Bowl Jacket there's no day on the mountain that's too cold or too wet. The tough, protective Gore-Tex fabric is water- and wind-proof to keep you dry on storm days and block the wind from permeating into your layers when it's gusting, and is also impressively breathable to prevent you from overheating when you're working hard in deep snow. If the temperature takes a sudden dive, you'll be thankful for the lightweight, lofty synthetic insulation, and if the day starts to heat up the zippered underarm vents allow you to easily dump some of that warm air. With key features like the adjustable hood and powder skirt, a plethora of pockets for all your important odds and ends, a drawcord hem and adjustable cuffs to seal out the snow, and a high collar to protect your neck and chin from frigid wind, you'll stay cozy and dry so you can spend the day hunting for fresh snow instead of thawing out in the lodge.
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