When the first big storm of the season hits you'll be waiting to greet it with open arms in the Picture Organic Welcome Jacket. Designed with a waterproof and breathable membrane, an innovative body-mapped construction, and all the features you need to thrive in the snow, this jacket is ready for deep powder runs in both the resort and the backcountry. The Dryplay 3-layer waterproof membrane keeps you sheltered from the storm while letting your built-up body heat escape, so you can rip up stormy days at your favorite hill without having to hide in the lodge while your jacket dries out. The Welcome's also got a body-mapped design that tailors to the unique fabric needs of each area. You'll have enhanced stretch where you need it and durability in high-wear areas, so you'll have the mobility you need to slash your way through powdery woods and the durability you need to do it over and over again all season.
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Picture Organic Welcome Jacket - Men's
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