Patagonia 3-in-1 Snowshot Jacket

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Designed to work as two separate pieces or one piece when zipped together, the Patagonia 3-in-1 Snowshot Jacket takes care of you throughout all weather conditions. The H2No(R) outside shell keeps you dry and your body temp in check with its breathability, while the zip out jacket easily keeps you warm on a chilly day when worn as a standalone. Together, they work as an exceptional ski jacket that can be customized to your liking! Whether it's a warm spring day or in the teens, the Patagonia 3-in-1 Snowshot Jacket has got you covered with it's versatile layerability!

- evo

Versatility at its best, the 3-in-1 Snowshot features H2No Performance Standard waterproof/breathable protection and a reversible zip-out jacket with 60-g Thermogreen insulation; the 3-in-1 system can be worn as a shell, light insulation or as a waterproof, insulated jacket. Conditions change at Mount Baker faster than the locals can steal the best powder lines. Capitalize on whatever comes your way with the 3-in-1 Snowshot. You can wear this versatile jacket as a waterproof/breathable shell, as lightweight insulation on a bluebird day or by combining the shell and insulation as a warm combo for cold-weather riding. The durable H2No Performance Standard 2-layer polyester shell (70% recycled) has a waterproof/breathable barrier for storm protection and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish to slough off moisture and wet snow. A tricot-mesh lining inside manages your internal moisture, adds warmth and glides smoothly over layers. The quilted, zip-out liner is warm yet lightweight, compressible and insulated with 60-g Thermogreen that continues to insulate even when wet and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish; it reverses from a smooth to a quilted face fabric to match your mood. Finer details include a removable, helmet-compatible, 2-way-adjustable hood with a laminated visor; pit zips; a tall collar to protect your neck and face from wind and snow; an embedded RECCO avalanche rescue reflector; and an adjustable, fully featured powder skirt.

- Summit Hut

When conditions change faster than you can find powder lines, the Patagonia 3-in-1 Snowshot jacket lets you wear a waterproof shell or insulated liner-or both together for really cold weather.

- REI

Capitalize on whatever comes your way with the versatile 3-in-1 Snowshot Jacket. You can wear this versatile jacket as a waterproof/breathable shell, as lightweight insulation on a bluebird day or by combining the shell and insulation as a warm combo for cold-weather riding. The durable H2No(R) Performance Standard 2-layer polyester shell (70% recycled) has a waterproof/breathable barrier for storm protection and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish to stop moisture and wet snow. A tricot-mesh lining inside manages your internal moisture, adds warmth and glides smoothly over layers. The quilted, zip-out liner is warm yet lightweight, compressible and insulated with 60-g Thermogreen(R) that continues to insulate even if wet and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish; it reverses from a smooth to a quilted face fabric to match your mood. Finer details include a removable, helmet-compatible, 2-way-adjustable hood with a laminated visor; pit zips; a tall collar to protect your neck and face from wind and snow; an embedded RECCO(R) avalanche rescue reflector; and an adjustable, fully featured powder skirt.

- Patagonia.com

Whether you're powder hunting on a cold January afternoon or heading out for a slush-filled spring romp with the whole crew, you'll be able to rock the ultra-versatile Patagonia Snowshot 3-in-1 Jacket for all of it. It's got a waterproof H2No shell to keep you protected from the elements on exposed summits and sluggish chairlifts, with toasty synthetic insulation bringing you integrated warmth that's low on weight and high on performance. When conditions warm up, or if you want to change up your layering system, you can zip out the insulated liner and give yourself a weatherproof shell for spring days and a stand-alone puffy for nights out in mountain towns. Both come with hand and chest pockets for easy storage for maps and snacks, and the shell has underarm ventilation that invites cooling air into your system after a tiring bump run or a hike to untouched lines. The hood is removable for bluebird days, as well as helmet compatible and easily adjustable when conditions aren't as favorable.

- Backcountry.com

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