Cloudveil Cody Peak Jacket - Women's

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At Cloudveil, find women’s Cody Peak Jackets and other outdoor apparel to help keep you warm.

- Cloudveil

Designed to offer exactly what you need to stay dry and comfortable in the mountains, the Cloudveil Cody Peak Women's Jacket forgoes bells and whistles in favor of simple, clean design that won't slow you down or get in the way. Made of a three-layer Polartec Neo Shell fabric and finished with full seam taping, the Cody Peak is completely waterproof and exceptionally breathable, so you won't get soggy from storms or on sweaty skin tracks. The fully adjustable hood easily slides over a helmet to seal you up against the blizzard, while the front storm flap works with the hook-and-loop cuffs to make sure moisture doesn't sneak in through any tiny gaps.


Here's a nylon-faced knit jacket that lets you enjoy the slopes with the great ventilation and stretch of a soft shell and the waterproof reassurance of a hard shell.


CLOSEOUTS . A premier shell thatand#39;s able to match your appetite for adventure, the Cloudveil Cody Peak Polartecand#174; NeoShelland#174; jacket provides the waterproof protection, breathability and durability you need to turn the most-extreme conditions into your personal playground. Available Colors: LAKE. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XS.

- Sierra Trading Post

Cloudveil Women's Cody Peak Jacket

previously retailed for:
$85.82 - $550.00

The Cloudveil Women's Cody Peak Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at

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