Salomon Women's Exposure II Jacket
Whether you're hiking in the backcountry or spending your day at the park, the Salomon Exposure II Jacket for women will keep you comfortable all day on the mountain. This waterproof, breathable skiing and snowboarding jacket features a climaPRO polyester shell that uses an internal membrane to breathe away excess heat and moisture to keep you dry. Fully taped seams further enhance the waterproof capability by eliminating seepage through the fabric seams, while mesh-backed underarm vents give you some extra breathing room when you're hiking out of bounds. Nylon lining is smooth and durable, and actiLOFT synthetic insulation delivers supreme warmth and feels lightweight and non-bulky. The removable snow skirt keeps the powder out of your pants and jacket, and the adjustable cuffs keep chilly drafts and snow out of your sleeves. A removable zip-off hood provides added protection when the storm rolls in, and 3-D adjustment lets you find the perfect fit. The relaxed fit allows room for layering, and zippered front, chest and side-arm pockets provide storage room for small essentials.
- Fabric: climaPRO™ polyester shell
- Lining: Nylon
- Insulation: actiLOFT™ insulation 100gr/mÂ²
- Waterproof / Breathable: 10,000 MM / 10,000 g
- 100% taped seams
- Removable zip-off hood with 3D adjustment
- Air vent system with mesh backing
- Removable powder skirt
- Snap-in connection with pant
- 1 zippered chest pocket
- 1 zippered side-arm pocket
- 2 zippered hand pockets
- Adjustable cuffs
- Relax fit
- Weight: 1,010 g
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Reviews - Salomon Women's Exposure II Jacket
This is a really nice quality jacket in terms of construction and fit. Not too long and definitely not too big/small. Really like how it fits my slimmer frame. Color is great. Only negative I found was that it might not be the best for powder riding on a sunny day. Feel like it wasn't the best option for repelling water. Also, my mistake, only jacket that I brought with me and wouldn't necessarily have been my first choice on a 30 degree sunny day, post powder dump at Mt. Baker which is a pretty mild area. Would be great for colder weather and maybe dryer powder like in the Rockies.