This jacket is built for winter's worst weather. Maximum protection against the elements and lasting durability earn the Sawtooth GORE-TEX 3L shell jacket highest marks in performance and functionality. Water-resistant YKK® AguaGuard zippers, wrist gaiters, and a stretch powder skirt work hard to keep wind, rain and snow out, and zippered torso vents help regulate body temperature in milder weather. Ample pockets including a mesh goggle pocket and dedicated media pocket stash necessities easily, so you're always prepared for a full day on the mountain.
The Beretta GORE-TEX 3 Layer shell jacket is Dakine's most technical women's performance outerwear piece. Designed with the best in waterproof protection and breathability for uphill ascents, and built for layering with your favorite insulator for the ride down. This jacket is lined with a blend of soft, flannel knit at the body and sleeves, and tricot knit backer at the shoulders, hood, cuffs and hem for added durability. This unique combination provides a warm, soft hand where you want it and sturdiness in higher abrasion areas. The chest vents also allow for easy access to your layers or for dumping heat efficiently, while the YKK® AquaGuard® water resistant front zipper keeps moisture out, and two internal mesh pockets provide ample storage for gloves and goggles.
Perfect for layering, yet impressively warm on its own, the Deville down jacket is exactly what you're looking for in a versatile midlayer. The water resistant, stretch micro ripstop polyester material is designed to flex for unrestricted movement, and well placed insulation baffles maximize warmth in your core and arms while minimizing weight. The torso features Allied SILVER 650 fill down for warmth and compressibility, while the seams, arms, shoulders and hood boast LofTECH Summit™ synthetic for maximum durability, heat retention, and water resistance in your most exposed areas. It's a jacket your friends will be envious of, especially when you fold it into the internal neck pillow stuff sack and fall asleep on the way home from the mountain.
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