Columbia Snow Front Insulated Omni-Heat Ski Jacket (Women's)
Underneath its artistic print, the Columbia Snow Front Insulated Omni-Heat™ Ski Jacket is all business. The Snow Front packs top technologies such as Omni-Tech waterproof engineering and an Omni-Heat™ thermal-reflective lining. Omni-Heat™ couples with a traditional insulation to provide lots of warmth. Because it's a light, thin fabric it makes this jacket very warm, yet light and comfortable. A series of pockets provide dedicated space for your goggles, music player, and ski pass. Other features include a powder skirt, removable storm hood, and underarm vents.
- Fabric Rating: Waterproof / Breathable
- Shell Material: Nylon/polyester Omni-Tech fabric
- Lining Material: 100% polyester Omni-Heat™ reflective lining
- Insulation: 80g Omni-Heat™ synthetic insulation (50% recycled)
- Length: Center back measures 26½"
- Omni-Heat™ thermal reflective lining reduces heat loss so you stay warmer
- Critical seam sealing prevents seepage through exposed seams
- Waterproof zippers prevent moisture from seeping in
- "Chinguard" inner collar feels soft against skin
- Attached powder skirt keeps snow from coming up inside jacket
- Underarm vents open to release excess heat
- Removable, adjustable hood for weather protection
- Hem drawcord cinches to seal out cold air
- Adjustable cuffs fit around gloves to keep out snow
- Inner wrist gaiters keep cold air out of sleeves
- 2 zippered pockets at waist to hold gear
- Interior security pocket stows essentials
- Interior media & goggle pocket keeps gear organized
- Pass pocket keeps lift ticket secure
- Active fit is tailored for closer fit to body
Questions and Answers
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"Does this jacket have thumb hole wrist gaiters?"
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Question by Tina on 9/24/2014 - 2:45 pm
"Yes! This jacket does have thumb holes in the wrist gaiters. "
Answer by Kacy (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/24/2014 - 3:08 pm
"Hi! I have a cold allergy and have been on the hunt for a great Omni-heat jacket. I'm not a skier but live in NJ and the temps go waaaay down in the winter. Do you think this will suffice? "
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Question by Samantha on 11/9/2014 - 7:54 pm
"This jacket is "thin" but extremely warm so I believe you are making the right choice! The warmest jacket Columbia has is the Platinum TurboDown 860, check it out too..."
Answer by Valerie R. (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/10/2014 - 9:23 am