Mountain Hardwear Snowburst Trifecta

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Women's Snowburst Trifecta Jacket FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Snowburst Trifecta Jacket Printed interior liner adds to the layer ability with a subtle dose of style Thermal.Q mimics the structure of down to create the highest warmth to weight ratio available in synthetic insulation SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Snowburst Trifecta Jacket Standard fit Average Weight: 1 lb 8 oz / 670 g Center Back Length: 28in. / 71 cm Body: Poly 2L PU Laminate Herringbone (100% polyester)

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . A versatile ski jacket with a zip-out liner jacket, Mountain Hardwear Snowburst Trifecta ski jacket has an outer shell with a waterproof breathable shell and is packed with low-bulk Thermal.Q insulation. Available Colors: MAYAN GREEN, EBONY BLUE, BRIGHT ROSE. Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

A single solution layering system with a soft fleece liner and waterproof shell. A super soft fleece and a Dry.Qwaterproof shell combine for an ideal layering system. With plenty of pockets for a full day of powder turns and layering options for wherever the evening takes you, the Snowburst Trifecta stays comfortable both on the hill and out at dinner.

- Mountain Hardwear

The Mountain Hardwear Snowburst Trifecta Jacket is the most versatile ski jacket Mountain Hardwear has ever made. With four distinct ways to wear it, this jacket is at home on and off the hill. The outer shell is a waterproof, breathable hard shell with a herringbone pattern. The lightweight, insulated zip-in liner reverses from a solid to a pint. Wear together or separately.

- CampSaver.com

Be prepared for everything with the Mountain Hardwear Women's Snowburst Trifecta Jacket. Featuring a breathable and waterproof Dry Q Core shell and a zip-in puffy liner with Thermic Micro insulation, this jacket-and-liner combo is versatile enough for a complete range of winter weather conditions. Wear both together on extra chilly days, just the shell on mild ski days, or zip-out the liner for a lightweight puffy at the apres scene.

- Backcountry.com