Summit Hut says:
From ski hill to ice rink to school playground, the Aspen Grove Jacket is a Jack Frost-of-all-trades winter coat, because it works as both a ski/boarding and as an everyday jacket. It has a quilted, lightweight windproof shell with a high tear-strength and DWR (durable water repellent) finish for water-resistance and 200-g (150-g in the hood) Thermogreen 100% polyester (92% recycled) insulation that stays warm even when wet and provides excellent warmth. The three-panel hood with shaped opening is lined with soft brushed polyester fabric. Center-front zipper has a reflective zipper pull, an internal wind flap and zipper garage to minimize chin chafe. Zip chest pocket has pass-through hole for media cord, pass pocket at sleeve, drop-in pockets secure with hook-and-loop and snap closure. Articulated sleeves with grow-fit feature increases length by two inches; internal microfleece cuffs have thumb holes. Other details include a tricot lining for cozy warmth at back neck and back of chin guard; a full powder skirt with double snaps, which also attaches to the jacket when not in use; internal pass loop for traditional hanger passes and a slight drop-tail hem for added coverage. Hand-me-down ID label.
Historic Range: $110.93-$159.00
Current Retail: $78.83-$94.73
Historic Range: $78.83-$159.00
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