800-fill-power-down insulation with 3D WarmCube™ construction prevents fill from shifting and traps heat in the surrounding air channels for maximum warmth and performance
20K/20K Marmot MemBrain® 2-layer waterproof/breathable fabric repels water and reduces internal condensation; 100% seam taped to keep water out
PitZips provide ventilation to regulate body temperature
Removable helmet-compatible hood with adjustable opening; brushed inner collar for comfort
Zip-off powder skirt prevents snow from creeping in
Interior cuffs with thumbholes for hand warmth and easy layering
Internal zippered pocket and mesh storage pocket; pass pocket
Adjustable drawcord hem and VELCRO® cuffs
Rated at 20,000mm (water column) waterproof and 20,000g (MVTR) for breathability
From bluebird skies to blustery blizzards, the Women's WarmCube™ Cortina Ski Jacket is ready to ride whatever the weather. Innovative 3D WarmCube construction prevents the 800-fill-power down from being displaced, plus traps heat in the surrounding channels for maximum warmth. Paired with 100% seam taping, its 2-layer Marmot MemBrain® fabric repels water, reduces internal condensation, and retains the critical loft of the insulation. Heat-releasing PitZips cool you down when your adventure heats up. Prevent snow from reaching inner layers with the helmet-compatible hood, zip-off powder skirt, inner thumbholes, and VELCRO® cuffs. Secure pockets—including one dedicated to your pass—stow essentials.
Product Weight:2lbs 5oz (1050g)
Main Fabric:MemBrain® 2L 100% Polyester Plain Weave 5.3 oz/yd
Insulation Type:800-Fill Down with WarmCube™ Construction
Center Back Length:27in
Rated 5 out of
The only "cold day" jacket ill ever need!I have spent a lot of time searching for down filled jackets or "warm" jackets for those cold days, in the past I've had a few jackets hold up to the cold test but not so much with the wind.
The warm cube technology with something new to me that I hadn't explored before, but I figured I would give it a shot. Upon receiving this jacket I took it out in a few different scenarios - I took it skiing in the middle of the day in the sunshine with cold temps, I took it out on a cloudy day where we had just recieved a bunch of fresh snow, for a winter hike, all degree temperatures of probably 20 or less, and it performed so well! Even the wind the put up a good fight but failed to make me cold. Occasionally id get toasty but letting the arms vents down were easy for regulation! I wasn't cold at all - which is a HUGE plus for me, I could literally sit and roll around in the snow and stay toasty warm if I had wanted.
I wore this layer with a thin long sleeve, my marmot mid layer (fleece-ish) and then the jacket!
This will likly end up being my all winter jacket, even for those cold touring days.