ThermoBall Snow Triclimate Hooded 3-In-1 Jacket - Women's by The North Face
You live for fresh powder dumps and dreamy bluebird days from November to May, so to log a full 100 days this season you're in The North Face ThermoBall Snow Triclimate Jacket. This 3-in-1 jacket features a weatherproof shell with an insulated, zip-in jacket liner. The result is totally versatility and protection on the slopes, no matter what Old Man Winter has in store for you. Repelling everything from Sierra cement to fluffy Colorado powder, the outer shell's DryVent waterproof membrane and DWR treatment keep you dry and protected from nasty winter storms. When snow drops and creates beautiful powder pockets, snap on the powder skirt for full protection. Wear the shell by itself during warm, spring slush days or pair it with the insulated liner when the temperatures drop. The insulated liner is filled with PrimaLoft ThermoBall synthetic insulation mimics down clusters by trapping heat within small air pockets to retain warmth and still keeps that warmth even when moisture seeps in. Wear the liner by itself when relaxing in the lodge in the afternoon, or when getting dinner with friends after a long day on the slopes.
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