Salomon Proof LT Insulated Jacket - Women's

Salomon Proof LT Insulated Jacket - Women's
Salomon Proof LT Insulated Jacket - Women's
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Proof LT Insulated Jacket - Women's by Salomon
Inspired by Salomon's backcountry freeride line, the Proof LT Insulated Jacket brings all of the waterproof performance into a resort friendly package. Synthetic Primaloft Black insulation traps warmth on icy lift rides while remaining low-profile for a sleek look. Low-key insulation paired with articulated sleeves amounts to intuitive mobility for slashing pow turns from bell to bell. Two-layer shell construction is complemented by a DWR finish to repel moisture even on especially damp or dreary days. Zippered underarm vents encourage exploration, as it's easy to dump excess heat once you work up a sweat.

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