Patagonia Snowshot Jacket - Men's

Patagonia Snowshot Jacket - Men's
Patagonia Snowshot Jacket - Men's
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Snowshot Jacket - Men's by Patagonia
To some people, weekends in the winter mean sleeping late, cozying up with a blanket, and lazing the day away on the couch. But you're less about binge-watching and sleeping in and more about sunrise coffee and bump runs, and instead of a blanket, you'll be sliding into the Patagonia Snowshot Jacket. This waterproof ski shell boasts an H2No membrane, giving you breathable weather protection on snowy summits and slushy spring groomers alike. This jacket has you pow-day prepared, with a helmet-compatible hood keeping snow off of you as you bounce through knee deep snow, while the powder skirt keeps snow from sneaking in the bottom when that snow proves a little too deep and you take a digger. When you start to work up a sweat on steep and deep tree runs, you can quickly dump heat with zippered underarm vents, then get back to your favorite weekend pastime.

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SKU: PAT01Z4
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