Waterproof, breathable 3-layer GORE-TEX® fabric keeps you dry and reduces internal condensation; 100% seam taped for complete leakproof protection
Environmentally sustainable PFC-free DWR (Durable Water-Repellent) finish repels water from the fabric's surface
RECCO® Avalanche Rescue Reflector bounces back signal to rescuers
PitZips provide ventilation to regulate body temperature
Fixed helmet-compatible hood with adjustable opening
Zip-off powder skirt prevents snow from creeping in
Water-resistant center-front zipper
Internal mesh pocket and zippered pocket; pack pockets with water-resistant zippers
Adjustable drawcord hem and VELCRO® cuffs
Take the slopes, peaks, and trails less traveled in the Women's Spire Jacket. Built for high-altitude expeditions, its waterproof, breathable 3-layer GORE-TEX® fabric, 100% seam-taped construction, and PFC-free DWR (Durable Water-Repellent) finish combine to keep you dry. Other features like the fixed helmet-compatible hood, zip-off powder skirt, and VELCRO® cuffs offer extra protection from the elements. Get some air when your adventure heats up with the zippered PitZips. For added safety, the RECCO® Avalanche Rescue Reflector bounces a signal back to rescuers. Add an insulated layer under this shell jacket for warmth.
Product Weight:1lb 4.8oz (590g)
Main Fabric:GORE-TEX® Products 3L 100% Recycled Polyester 4.9 oz/yd
Center Back Length:27in
Rated 5 out of
Awesome Ski Jacket!I have had this jacket for a few years now! It is my only ski jacket & I ski 30+ days/year in all the weather that the Pacific Northwest can dish up: wet sloppy weather all the way to stormy cold weather. Since it is a shell, I can wear whatever layers I want under it so that I can wear it in warm or cold temps. It is VERY waterproof & windproof and has a flattering fit as well. It has a powder skirt and pit zips which were important to me. I wish it had a clip for keys in the breast pocket; I ended up sewing one in on my own.
I also have had the Spire ski pants for years, which are equally incredible.
Date published: 2021-02-23
Rated 3 out of
Not the best zippersLove this jacket, a few technical glitches though. The main zipper is especially stiff and difficult to zip up, typically takes a good effort to zip it, then it’ll get caught. A pretty annoying start to every single day when you’re putting it on. And water seems to absorb into the jacket easily. Not that you get wet, but you just look like you’ve stood under a water fall after only being outside for not that long on a snowy day.
I do love the size of the pockets on both sides, and it fits very well.