Hit the Slopes with your Family in Apparel Created to Sustain Warmth but Enhance Breathability

You’ve got the skis, poles and bindings, boots, a helmet, gloves, socks, and goggles. Now what to wear? Don’t worry, we’ve got you and the entire family covered (literally)!

For him:

Any day is a good day to head to the mountain when the Burton GORE-TEX® Powline Jacket has your back. It’s proven waterproof protection with the breathability to manage your comfort in a wide range of conditions. Add all the pockets you need to keep your must-have stuff secure and dry plus pit zips for climate control and you’ll be smiling from first chair ’til last run.

The Leader GTX Jacket from Spyder is their best-selling jacket without fail. Why fix what wasn’t broken? The jacket includes all of the signature features people have come to know and love including a GORE-TEX® laminate, Primaloft® Silver Eco insulation, YKK® AquaGuard® zippers and a Silver Chassis interior with targeted interior stretch panels remain intact. The chest pocket zipper is tilted slightly, making it more secure to reach into on a chairlift or the snow without losing things inadvertently.

The Rossignol Fonction Ski Jacket has a synthetic insulation that seals in warmth, while a waterproof, breathable membrane blocks wind and wet weather to keep you dry and comfortable from first chair to last. Zip vents let you regulate your temperature as needed. Details like stretch cuffs with thumbloops, a built-in powder skirt, a helmet-compatible hood and waterproof zippers ensure all-conditions comfort. Now if only it could block out the kids “are we there yet” cries…

For her:

Warm and dry on the mountain are a given in the Burton GORE-TEX® Pillowline Jacket. Low-profile tech and an asymmetrical zipper give it clean lines, while trusted waterproofing keeps you dry. Breathable materials and low-bulk insulation raise the cozy bar on the coldest days at the mountain.

Layer the Ethos Jacket from Spyder under a shell for frigid days at the resort or wear it around town all winter long as you indulge in the lightweight warmth of high loft Primaloft® insulation. Flattering chevron stitching and contrast zippered front and hand pockets elevate the look of this technical insulator. Whether you want to wear it at the top of the mountain or indoors drinking hot cocoa, that’s up to you…

The Rapide Pearly Ski Jacket from Rossignol offers all-conditions warmth with down-like synthetic insulation that seals in heat. A waterproof, breathable membrane sheds cold, stormy weather to keep you dry. A built-in powder skirt and integrated stretch cuffs with thumbloops further enhance weather protection.

For Kids:

The Junior Boys’ Uproar Jacket from Burton blends the casual attitude of the layered streetwear look with the useful tech of real deal snowboarding function. DRYRIDE Durashell™ 2L waterproof/breathable yarn-dye fabric and potent yet low-profile Thermacore™ insulation throughout keeps this jacket warmer and drier than your standard issue flannel. Room-To-Grow™ sleeves extend for multi-season use and a helmet-friendly twill hood sheds snow and dries quickly. 

Combining synthetic down insulation with recycled Repreve® polyester outer, the Junior Girls’ Atlas Jacket from Spyder is optimized to keep kids warm and dry when mountain weather moves in and temperatures drop. A 10k/10k laminate with additional DWR creates weatherproof protection and synthetic down traps warmth. A removeable hood with detachable faux fur and hologram Vislon® zippers are the SPYDER extras that will pop on the podium, so rest assured you will be able to spot your little one on the hill.

Dedicated to delivering performance-ready warmth and versatility, the Rossignol Junior Girls’ Ski Jacket lives up to the brand’s rich heritage. Lightweight synthetic insulation combines with a water repellent shell to promise expert protection from a range of unpredictable conditions. The drawstring-adjustable hem and removable hood allow you to customize the jacket to find the perfect fit.

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