Spyder Hottie Jacket

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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.


There's no need for warming hut breaks on frigid afternoons, when she has the Spyder Girls' Hottie Jacket. Packed with 200-grams of ThermaWeb insulation, the Hottie keeps her super-cozy while she swooshes down the mountain and chases after her dad. Equipped with a water-resistant, breathable Xt. L laminate, a Spylon+ DWR coating, and taped critical seams, the Hottie keeps your skier-gal well-protected from the elements. To soothe your style-queen's desires, Spyder gave the Hottie a fixed hood with detachable faux fur trim, 'rock 'n' roll-inspired rivets on front placket, and Spyder logos for a fashion-forward look when she makes new friends at ski school. Its powder skirt with gripper elastic and snap back, hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs, and adjustable drawcord hem block out the cold and snow while multiple internal and external pockets stash her lip balm, snack money, or tissues.

- Backcountry.com

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

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.

- Massey's Outfitters