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Eider Menalee Jacket: The Menalee is always prepared. Boasting a removable hood with side windows for visibility, Lycra cuffs with thumb holes,…

Eider Menalee Jacket:
The Menalee is always prepared. Boasting a removable hood with side windows for visibility, Lycra cuffs with thumb holes, sunglass/goggle pocket complete with cleaning cloth and a soft chin flap with tiny holes for ventilation, this jacket would make any Boy Scout proud.
$554

Columbia Ice Dragon Shell: Don't let this skinny shell fool you: With waterproof/breathable nylon, full powder skirt and a detachable storm hood,…

Columbia Ice Dragon Shell:
Don’t let this skinny shell fool you: With waterproof/breathable nylon, full powder skirt and a detachable storm hood, it’ll hold its own-even when Big Sky’s tram is blown down. And spring skiing at Squaw? Strategically placed vents make sure you don’t get steamed.
$240

Outdoor Research Mithril Stormshell: Mithril, indeed-this women's jacket is so supple, it must be crafted with magic. What else is up its sleeve?…

Outdoor Research Mithril Stormshell:
Mithril, indeed-this women’s jacket is so supple, it must be crafted with magic. What else is up its sleeve? It’s waterproof, fleece-lined fully taped, with drawcords to seal out waist-high fluff. And the price? Must be smoke and mirrors.
$189

Moonstone Neve Jacket: Yes,

Moonstone Neve Jacket:
Yes, “pine” is a color, and yes, it makes you look very J Crew. But while we loved the two tones (we dubbed the other “kiwi”) and relaxed fit, Neve’s quilted Thermolite insulation is what sold us. And, with a zip-off hood that fits over your helmet, the color is just eye candy anyway.
$250

Spyder Apogee Jacket: The Apogee lives up to its name-and its price. A nifty removable down liner makes for stylish aprés wear, and a three-layer…

Spyder Apogee Jacket:
The Apogee lives up to its name-and its price. A nifty removable down liner makes for stylish aprés wear, and a three-layer shell is nearly waterproof enough for Coast Guard duty. Disappearing pocket zippers keep your walletthinner now-neatly tucked away.
$600

Ibex Chiru Hooded Jacket: It feels like pulling on your favorite hoodie, but the Chiru won't get soggy on the slopes. Ibex combines merino wool with…

Ibex Chiru Hooded Jacket:
It feels like pulling on your favorite hoodie, but the Chiru won’t get soggy on the slopes. Ibex combines merino wool with nylon and Lycra to create a versatile softshell that’ll keep you warm on that ancient double and cool you down on the hike to your secret stash.
$295

Salomon Gore-Tex Softshell Jacket : If you think stretchy and silky are best left to your wife's lingerie drawer, think again. A soft laminate outer…

Salomon Gore-Tex Softshell Jacket :
If you think stretchy and silky are best left to your wife’s lingerie drawer, think again. A soft laminate outer and fleece inner create this innovative midlayer-softshell hybrid. And, speaking of lingerie, pads for shouldering two pairs of skis might just help you see some soon.
$440

Marmot Triple Trouble Jacket: Its powder skirt, inner and outer zipper, and Velcro closure may take triple the trouble to batten down, but it'll…

Marmot Triple Trouble Jacket:
Its powder skirt, inner and outer zipper, and Velcro closure may take triple the trouble to batten down, but it’ll definitely keep the elements where they belong-outside. Now we just need to figure out what to put in all those pockets.
$275

Cloudveil Zero G Jacket: This insulated women's softshell is simplicity at its best. Dynamic outer fabric stuffed with just the right amount of…

Cloudveil Zero G Jacket:
This insulated women’s softshell is simplicity at its best. Dynamic outer fabric stuffed with just the right amount of Primaloft makes for a warm, lightweight, stylish jacket you can really move in. And, with all that comfort and versatility, who needs fancy pockets?
$285

Helly Hansen Convergent Jacket: With more pockets than your flyfishing vest and a durable, work-coat feel, this jacket stands apart from the flashy…

Helly Hansen Convergent Jacket:
With more pockets than your flyfishing vest and a durable, work-coat feel, this jacket stands apart from the flashy Gore-Tex set. But that doesn’t mean it’s not suited for the slopes: It’s got all the bells and whistles. So no matter what you do in it, you’ll be really, really warm.
$275

Helly Hansen Calexico Jacket: We couldn't find

Helly Hansen Calexico Jacket:
We couldn’t find “Calexico” in the dictionary, but we know what warm means. This women’s jacket has Thinsulate insulation and a two-layer nylon shell to block out winter, while a zip-off powder skirt and form-fitting hood keep snow where it belongs: Face shots only, please.
$275

The North Face Deceptacon Triclimate: Skiing powder sometimes requires braving the storm that brings it. But in this double-duty women's…

The North Face Deceptacon Triclimate:
Skiing powder sometimes requires braving the storm that brings it. But in this double-duty women’s jacket-zip-in softshell is perfect for spring-you won’t feel a thing. Except loneliness after ill-equipped friends bail for the lodge.
$329

Arc'teryx Stingray Comp Jacket: So you want to hike the headwall for some nice corn, butit's March and your Gore-Tex is already sticking to your…

Arc’teryx Stingray Comp Jacket:
So you want to hike the headwall for some nice corn, butit’s March and your Gore-Tex is already sticking to your back. The Stingray is the perfect alternative-a hoodless softshell-midlayer hybrid that’s windproof yet very breathable. But buyers beware: Now you have no excuse.
$350

Obermeyer Hunter Component Jacket: Whether hunting for fresh tracks, extreme steeps or a cold aprés pitcher, this jacket's game. The fully taped,…

Obermeyer Hunter Component Jacket:
Whether hunting for fresh tracks, extreme steeps or a cold aprés pitcher, this jacket’s game. The fully taped, seamsealed three-layer shell will stand up to anything mother nature fires at you, and a quilted Permaloft lining zips out for styling around town.
$350

Patagonia Puffski Jacket: The new Puffski is aptly named: At 39 oz., it's a lightweight for its category. But when the windchill's minus 60, don't…

Patagonia Puffski Jacket:
The new Puffski is aptly named: At 39 oz., it’s a lightweight for its category. But when the windchill’s minus 60, don’t expect it to act like one. The reassuring crinkle of Primaloft filling and a waterproof/breathable shell insulates with the best of them.
$300

Patagonia Powderkeg Jacket: The adorable color combo and flattering fit are reason enough to buy this women's jacket. But, if you want the details,…

Patagonia Powderkeg Jacket:
The adorable color combo and flattering fit are reason enough to buy this women’s jacket. But, if you want the details, its waterproof/breathable nylon is comfortable, warm, lightweight and durable. And it’s got a mini powder skirt. Isn’t that cute?
$299

66° North Glymur Softshell:This fleece-lined women's Polartec jacket is a midlayersoftshell hybrid so warm, we weren't surprised to find out the…

66° North Glymur Softshell:
This fleece-lined women’s Polartec jacket is a midlayersoftshell hybrid so warm, we weren’t surprised to find out the company’s based in Iceland. The best part, though, is its hood: It turns with your head, expanding visibility far beyond the typical GoreTex tunnel.
$290

The North Face Free Thinker Jacket:With a stiff, rugged, seam-sealed Gore-Tex shell, waterproof zipper technology and a Recco avalanche rescue system…

The North Face Free Thinker Jacket:
With a stiff, rugged, seam-sealed Gore-Tex shell, waterproof zipper technology and a Recco avalanche rescue system built intothe sleeve, this shell is all business. Well, almost. If you happen spill a drink on it during aprés-ski, you’re all set.
$499