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Equipped with a waterproof, breathable Xt. L laminate, a Spylon+ DWR coating, and taped critical seams, the Spyder Girls' Hottie Jacket keeps your skier-gal well-protected from the elements while she's tearing it up on the slopes. The fixed hood will keep her noggin warm on cold and windy days, and she can detach the faux fur around the hood if she chooses. A brushed microfiber inner collar provides a soft feel, so she won't come back with an icky rash on her chin after a day of skiing. And when the powder is all tracked out, she can snap the powder skirt back and out of the way.
You want your girl to stay warm on the hill, and your girl wants to avoid looking like a fully padded football-player. Luckily for both of you, Spyder used 200 grams of warm synthetic insulation in the Girls' Hottie Puff Jacket for low-bulk heat.
- Backcountry Outlet
The Spyder Hottie insulated jacket cuddles girls in quilted, puffy goodness that keeps them feeling warm and looking great on the slopes or at the school bus stop.
Spyder Girls Hottie Jacket - Full time hood, Contrast color stitch detailing, Critical seams taped for waterproof protection, Soft brushed microfiber inner collar prevents chafed chin, Convenient chamois lens wipe in pocket, Internal powder skirt with gripper elastic, Internal drawcord at hem blocks cold air and snow, Multiple pockets, Inner fleece cuff shelters wrists, Handy internal mesh goggle pocket.
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