Snow features with a sense of style. No matter what your winter sport is, this versatile shell puts the fun in functional. Made with durable stretchy fabric in a relaxed fit, there's ample room to layer up with your favourite mid-layer or puffy. All those pockets, you can just take your gear closet with you. From groomers to powder, the SnowDrifter jacket has your back this winter.
- 3 layer H2No® fabric with 75-denier polyester face fabric protects from wind, rain and snow.
- Adjustable storm hood fits over a helmet and adjusts around your face.
- Coated YKK Reverse Coil zipper closes smoothly and keeps precipitation out.
- Underarm vents with double zippers control the climate inside.
- Gripped snow skirt with snap closure keeps snow on the outside.
- 2 handwarmer pockets and 1 zipipered external chest pocket .
- Internal mesh drop pocket and zippered security pocket.
- Zippered sleeve pocket fits a ski pass.
- Adjustable hem with one-handed release.
- Velcro® tabs at the cuffs.
- Relaxed fit accommodates layers for skiing, snowboarding or winter life.
|Face fabric||75-denier recycled polyester|
Fabric waterproof rating
The standard test for waterproof fabrics uses a standing column filled with water. The figures given are the water column height. A rating of 3,500mm or higher can be considered waterproof. The higher the rating, the more durable the waterproof fabric will be over time.
Waterproof garments use waterproof-breathable technologies and are fully seam-taped. Water-resistant garments use waterproof-breathable technologies but their seams are not taped. Water-resistant garments repel water and protect against wind but are not made of waterproof fabric.
|Waterproof with fully taped seams|
A windproof garment does not allow any air to permeate the fabric. A garment with windproof panels has panels of fabric that are totally windproof, but the rest of the garment may not be windproof. A wind-resistant garment resists some wind, but not as much as a garment that is windproof.
Durable water repellency
Usually referred to as DWR. A treatment made to fabrics that causes water to bead and run off instead of soaking through.