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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Spyder's Women's Zermatt Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description of Spyder Zermatt JacketSpyder comfort.FeaturesZip-off sleeves convert jacket to a vestBack pocket for sleeve or hood storage Engineered Insulation provides warmth according to body structure Removable heavy weather hood Zip-out stretch powder skirt with snaps and gripper elastic Snap Back feature secures powder skirt when not in use Laser cut and welded construction details Anti-counterfeit Spyder authenticity label Regulate interior climate with ventilation zippers Waterproof zippers prohibit waterproof penetration Taped critical seams for waterproof protection Multiple exterior pockets Hood storage pocket on back Credit card pocket Velcro wrist cuff closure with gusset Internal Lycra cuffs Drawcord hem traps body heat Convenient chamois lens wipe on shock cord Internal zippered electronics pocket with cord secure loop Mesh goggle pocket Flasher pass pocket Comfortable stretch knit Jacquard lining Soft brushed microfiber inner collar Key holder clasp in pocket

- US Outdoor Store refers to the men's version

We haven't found a winter yet that can break the spirit of the Zermatt. Its longer length profile, warm insulation and heavy weather hood makes a mockery of the elements. Then when spring turns its welcomed head, the Zermatt plays nice by allowing you to remove the sleeves, creating a waterproof performance vest. Articulation Pleats. Upper Back Exhaust Vent. Zip-Off Sleeves. Armhole Wind Cuffs. Removable Heavy Weather Hood. Back Pocket for Sleeve or Hood Storage. Critical Seams Taped. Waterproof Zippers. Zip-Out Powder Skirt with Custom Snaps, Gripper Elastic, and Lycra Panel for Ease of Movement. Custom Bug Jacquard Lining. Internal Electroincs Pocket with Cord Loop. Internal Mesh Goggle Pocket. Brushed Micro Fiber Inner Collar. Custom Chamois Lens Wipe/Sunglass Case with Retractable Coil. Pass Pocket. Data Card Pocket. Key Holder Clasp in Pocket. Velcro Cuff Closure. Reflective Spyder Logo Embossed Velcro. Anti-Counterfeit Spyder Authenticity Label. Custom Spyder Logos, Hardware and Zipper Pulls. 4-Way Stretch Dobby with DermizaxEV 20,000mm Membrane and Spylon+ Water Repellent Finish. 100% Polyester Fiberfill with X-static(R) Silver Fiber, 100 gram. 100% Polyester Fiberfill with X-static(R) Silver Fiber, 70 gram.

- Massey's Outfitters refers to the men's version

Woah, it got hot quickly on the slopes. What the heck do you do with the sleeves once you zip them off the Spyder Zermatt Jacket? Stash 'em in the back pocket. When it's chilly and dry out, keep the sleeves on and use the back pocket to store the removable hood.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

CLOSEOUTS . No matter the weather, it's no match for Spyder's Zermatt insulated ski jacket. With zip-off sleeves and a removable hood, it can quickly convert from a heavy-duty jacket to a lightweight vest. Waterproof and breathable with high quality Dermizax EV fabric coated in Spylon and DWR treatment. Full two-way zip front with touch-close storm flap Removable drawcord hood Thinsulate(R) Supreme insulation Spyder sunglass pouch Retractable clear face ID-lift ticket display pocket Length: 28-1_2” Weight:4 lb. 100% polyester; fully lined Body lining is 76% polyester, 19% rayon, 5% X-Static Lower body and sleeve lining is nylon Machine wash, hang dry CLOSEOUTS . China. Sorry, we are not able to ship this product outside the U.S. Size: S (37-39) M (40-42) L (43-45) XL (46-48) 2XL (49-51)

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version

Spyder Zermatt Jacket

previously retailed for:
$329.42 - $559.95

The Spyder Zermatt Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 6, 2012 at Backcountry.com.

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