Mountain Hardwear Miss Snow It All II Jacket

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You know your stuff when it comes to dressing up for ski sessions. So you should know that the Mountain Hardwear Women's Miss Snow It All II Jacket keeps you warm and dry all winter long. Its Dry. Q shell obviously brings waterproof protection so you stay dry on those snowy slopes. And having strategically placed Thermal. Q insulation clearly gives warmth where you need it while allowing for the mobility you need to cruise corduroy and hop into the trees. But did you know that this jacket's RECCO avalanche rescue reflector helps RECCO-equipped ski patrols find you if you get in an emergency' Well, you do now. The Miss Snow It All also features an adjustable powder skirt to prevent snow from sticking to your backside when you sit down to strap on your board, and you can tuck it away when you're walking across a winter wonderland. Its hood slides over your helmet with ease, or you can cinch it tightly across your head if you lead a more dangerous unprotected brain-box life. Generous hand-warmer pockets give more room than regular hand pockets, and an extra cargo pocket overlays the hand-warmers to leave even more room for your phone and wallet. The hem tightens and quickly releases with the tab hidden in the hand pockets.

- Backcountry.com

Warmth and weather-resistance never looked so good. The Miss Snow It All II Jacket wraps 80 grams of Thermal.QTM synthetic insulation around your core for warmth, and 60 grams along the arms for freedom of movement. Notice the helmet compatible hood and subtle herringbone pattern woven into the jacket's exterior. Waterproof/breathable Dry.QTM technology blocks the elements while allowing perspiration to pass outward.

- Mountain Hardwear

Rarely is there fresh powder and soft landings on a sunny warm day, so plan for the worst weather and best riding with Mountain Hardwear's Miss Snow It All II jacket, a breathable freeriding jacket with variable Thermal.Q insulation in the sleeves and body. Dry.Q fabric blocks all water and weather while the attached, adjustable powder skirt & hood seal out the storms. Butter jersey cuffs and a relaxed fit keep you comfy.

- Mountain Gear

Mountain ladies love the Mountain Hardwear Miss Snow It All 2 Warmth and weather-resistance never looked so good. The Miss Snow It All II Jacket wraps 80 grams of Thermal.Q synthetic insulation around your core for warmth, and 60 grams along the arms for freedom of movement. Notice the helmet compatible hood and subtle herringbone pattern woven into the jacket's exterior. Waterproof/breathable Dry.Q technology blocks the elements while allowing perspiration to pass outward. Form follows function but fashion remains queen in this Novelty face Dry Q. waterproof and Thermal Q. Insulated full featured ski jacket. Feature Set B. Two zip handwarmer pockets with top velcro entry for extra storage. Novelty face fabric. Thermal Q. synthetic insulation. Weight: 1 lb 15 oz, 870 g. Center Back Length: 28.5 (in) / 72 (cm). Available Color(s): Bright Emerald

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Women's Miss Snow It All II Jacket FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Miss Snow It All II Jacket RECCO avalanche rescue reflector Fixed adjustable powder skirt with tuck away snaps Fixed Hood: 3-way adjustable, helmet compatible Internal mesh stow pockets Key Clip in wearer's left pocket Hem adjuster in hand pockets and hidden hem release Asian Ambush scuffs guards Goggle wipe Two handwarmer pockets with top velcro entry for extra storage Novelty face fabric Thermal.Q synthetic Insulation hybridized throughout the body The SPECS Average Weight: 1 lb 15 oz / 870 g Center Back Length: 28.5in. / 72 cm Insulation: 80g/60g Thermal.Q 2L Dry.Q Dobby (100% nylon)

- Moosejaw

Mountain Hardwear Miss Snow It All II Jacket

previously retailed for:
$124.97 - $249.95

The Mountain Hardwear Miss Snow It All II Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 17, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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