Outdoor Research StormBound Jacket

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When I travel by plane to a ski destination and am…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $79.99

Summary

When I travel by plane to a ski destination and am limited by weight on how many ski outfits I can take, this jacket is my choice, as it covers all possible weather conditions, from spring rain, to winter blizzards. I love and use the insulated helmet-compatible hood. After 50 years of ski jackets I have found the perfect one.

Pros

  • Waterproof
  • Flexible
  • Warm
  • Allows freedom of movement
  • Lots of pockets
  • Two-way zipper

Cons

  • None

Being cold natured I like to ski in a down insulated hood waterproof jacket to cover all conditions when I am limited with my luggage flying to ski. This jacket covers all conditions, because it can also be layered under, and has worked in spring rain to winter cold blizzards, to out to dinner afterward. 

I have skied in Virginia, West Virginia, and Utah in this jacket and love it.

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Manufacturer's Description

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Women's Stormbound Jacket FEATURES of the Outdoor Research Women's Stormbound Jacket Waterproof Breathable 650+ fill down insulation in hood and body Thermore 60g below powder skirt, in sleeves and in collar Integrated RECCO reflector Removable powder skirt with LockDown technology Fully seam taped Water-resistant zippers Adjustable, removable hood fits over helmet Zip-out balaclava with tuck-away pocket for next-to-skin warmth Double-sliding pit zippers for ventilation Inner lift pass pocket with drawcord key-clip attachment Zip-out powder skirt ThumbDrive hook/loop cuff closures SPECIFICATIONS of the Outdoor Research Women's Stormbound Jacket Weight: 33.4 oz / 947 g Relaxed fit Center Back Length: 27 1/4in. / 69 cm Fabric: 68% polyester / 32% nylon 2-layer 75D Pertex Shield fabric / 100% nylon lining This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . Chase the latest blizzard and reap the powder rewards in Outdoor Research's Stormbound down jacket, built for backcountry performance with a waterproof breathable, durable and lightweight Pertexand#174; Shield shell, 650 fill power down insulation, two-way pit zips and a powder skirt. Available Colors: ZIN, SPRUCE, BLACK, PEWTER, ORCHID/CROCUS. Sizes: XXS, XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 2XS.

- Sierra Trading Post

Wind howling through the trees, tracks filling in each run, no lift lines and crowded lodges are the days OR had in mind when they developed the Women's Outdoor Research Stormbound Jacket. Waterproof breathable Pertex shell, cozy down insulation, a zip-out powder skirt, internal balaclava and helmet compatible hood all conspire to trap your natural heat while sealing out blowing snow and biting wind. Add loads of internal and external pockets for storing necessities and youre all but guaranteed to be one of the skiers debating over which run to track out next, instead of the ones hopelessly scanning the lodge for an empty seat and a hook to dry their clothes.

- Altrec Outlet

The Outdoor Research Women's Stormbound Jacket lives for those heavy-clouded days when everyone else hides in the lodge. Thanks to 650-fill down insulation and weather-stopping fabric, the Stormbound keeps you on the hill so you can enjoy all that fresh powder.

- Backcountry.com