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You'll never sit through another bone-chilling chairlift ride with the Arc'teryx Andessa insulated jacket. It has goose down and polyester insulation and a dependable Gore-Tex(R) waterproof shell.
The Arcteryx Andessa Jacket is a waterproof, down insulated jacket for cold days skiing and snowboarding. Strategic placement of insulation type ensures user comfort and prolonged jacket life. Down Composite Mapping places synthetic Coreloft, which retains warmth when wet, along the hem, collar, sleeves and underarms; areas prone to contact with moisture. European Goose down lines the core and sleeves where warmth is most needed.
The Arcteryx Women's Andessa Jacket is a waterproof, insulated jacket for hitting the slopes on skis or SnowBoard. Built for the lady that needs extra heat when hitting various trails around the resort, Arc'teryx has utilized Down Composite Mapping to place Coreloft synthetic Insulation in the hood, hem and underarms and 750 fill European Goose down in the core and sleeves. The combination allows moisture-prone Areas to stay warm when wet and the remaining Areas to get that extra boost of heat. Gore-TEX 3L fabric then delivers waterproof/breathable protection from any Snow driving at you. Don't be afraid to work up a bit of a sweat on the mountain either, pit zips Are there to dump excess heat quickly, while the rest of you remains shielded from the weather. Easily shift from ski-mode to daily winter jacket with the help of the removable powder skirt and a storm flap that creates a clean look. Features of the Arcteryx Women's Andessa Jacket Light, supple and strong N40p-X 3L Gore-Tex fabric, with tricot Technology, delivers waterproof/breathable protection Down Contour Construction and Down Composite Mapping maximize Insulation beneFits Insulated, helmet compatible DropHood, WaterTight front zip covered with storm flap Two zippered, flapped hand pockets, lower sleeve pocket, internal mesh dump and secure zippered pocket Down composite mapping strategically places coreloft synthetic Insulation in Areas where moisture may buildup and down in Areas for maximum warmth Down composite mapping to integrate down Insulation into a greater variety of weather conditions Insulation material, down is valued for its significant warmth and compressibility Full standalone collar with a separate hood DropHood can be cinched with one-handed drawcords, allowing it to rotate with the head without obscuring vision when turning from side to side Front zipper height varies according to the intended use; protects chin and neck from wind, Snow and rain The world's first WaterTight zippers to pass the W.L. Gore extreme wet weather test Windproof, great warmth-to-weight ratio Micro-seam allowance (1.6 mm) reduces bulk and weight DWR finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps repel water from fabric surface Taped seams for added weatherproofness Anatomical shaping for Fit and comfort Articulated patterning for unrestricted mobility Ergonomic 3-Dimensional patterning for enhanced comfort and mobility Gusseted underarms Laminated brim Adjustable hood drawcords Insulated collar Chin guard Pit zippers for easy venting Micro webbing zipper pulls Easy-sliding sleeve lining won't bind on other layers Laminated velcro cuff adjusters Adjustable hem drawcord Detachable powder skirt with gripper elastic and snap closure
You're a fixture on the Jackson Hole ski scene from opening day to the last tram run of the season. It's time for a new ski jacket, and as you get a bit older, the cold seems more aggressive. Plus, you've booked a room on a cruise to Antarctica, which is hardly known for it's sunny beaches and mild climates. With the Arc'teryx Women's Andessa Insulated Jacket, you can ski all winter long in luxurious warmth and take the same cozy coat with you on the cruise to stay warm when you're watching polar bears and spying on penguins. The combination of 750-fill European goose down and Compact Coreloft insulation offers aggressive warmth when worn over thermal baselayers or chunky wool sweaters so lift rides and standing on the upper deck don't leave you frozen in place, and the Gore-Tex 3L technology makes sure wet winter storms won't keep you inside. The Andessa places down insulation where you want it most, around vital organs, and fills the rest of the space with ultra-light Compact Coreloft insulation. Your entire body stays toasty warm when January winds rip through the Tetons. Gore-Tex 3L technology guarantees water and breathability won't be an issue, and mesh-backed underarm vents help you dump heat quickly if you do get a bit too toasty. The powder skirt snaps back when you're enjoying a post-powder beverage and comes off entirely for your cruise. E3D patterning and gusseted underarms make sure you can move freely without the torso of the jacket riding up, and the helmet-compatible hood rotates so moving your head doesn't create blind spots.
CLOSEOUTS . Keep making powder turns on the coldest resort days in Arcand#39;teryxand#39;s Andessa jacket. It combines Gore-Texand#174; waterproof protection, the warmth of 850 fill power goose down and Coreloft synthetic insulation thatand#39;s strategically placed where moisture typically builds up. Available Colors: CYAN BLUE, HERON. Sizes: XS, S, M, L.
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