The Roxy Women's Essence 2L Gore-Tex Jacket stands strong against nasty weather and refreshing pow days, while also accentuating your lovely style. From gliding through some magical deep pow or braving the slushy spring weather, this jacket's polyester body and taffeta lining offer freedom of movement with a breathable fit. Additionally, Gore-Tex acts as a force field against fierce snowstorms.The Essence 2L Gore-Tex Jacket is insulated with cozy 3M Thinsulate in the body, sleeves, and hood. So even if a surprise blizzard blows its way to the resort, you're ready to face it head-on. But if the sun makes an appearance instead, simply use the convenient mesh-lined vents and adjust the snap-away powder skirt to dump excess heat.Aside from its bold color and multiple pockets, the Essence 2L Gore-Tex Jacket is also designed with durable Lycra wrist gaiters that adjust around your gloves and offer a secure fit thanks to the stretchy thumbholes. The 3-way adjustable hood features Cohaesive hood stoppers with a wire visor for optimal protection, and it's helmet-compatible. This jacket also has a YKK Aquaguard zip and chin guard for comfort and security against the elements.
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