Marker Crown Point Insulated Ski Jacket (Women's)
In the Marker Crown Point Ski Jacket you'll exercise dominion over all types of weather. This women's ski coat boasts 20,000mm of waterproof protection; that's enough to keep you dry even in a Vermont April. Marker's high-quality insulations pair well with the sleek design of the Crown Point Jacket to give you a fit that's comfortable, flattering, and still warm.Specs:
- Fabric Rating: 20K Waterproofing / 15K Breathability
- Outer Material: 100% recycled polyester twill
- Lining Material: Embossed taffeta/ brushed tricot/ mesh blend
- Insulation: 100g body/ 80g sleeve Thinsulateâ„˘ insulation
- Length: Center back measures 27"
- Windproof to keep you warm
- Fully seam sealed to lock out moisture
- Underarm venting to release excess heat
- Powder skirt keeps snow out of layers
- Removable hood for weather protection
- Articulated elbows for freedom of movement
- Full back pocket and tons of external and internal pockets store gear
- Durable YKK zippers
- Adjustable cuff and inner lycra cuff fit with gloves to keep out snow
- Brushed tricot hand pockets keep fingers snug
Questions and Answers
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"How warm is the Marker Crown Point compared to the Marker Curve? I ski in northern NY and Ontario, usually in temps just above 0F. I HATE to be cold so I want to make sure that either jacket is going to be warm enough for me. I usually wear one or two layers under my jacket. Also, on the Marker curve, the colour stated is 'pink', yet the picture looks red to me. How pink is it?"
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Question by Emily McK on 12/30/2011 - 11:35 am
"The Marker Curve Jacket has 20g more of insulation. However, it is considerably lower in waterproofing and breathability. I would suggest the Crown Point if you were going to be in the rain or the snow with the elements for extended periods of time. I would recommend the Curve Jacket if you were in drier conditions and did not expect extended periods of wetness."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/30/2011 - 11:58 am
"I'd like to order a Marker Crown Point jacket in Currant and like to have a good matching pant. Would Marker Morning Star in blue be a good matching pant? Or can you recommend any other pant that will match."
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Question by Lil on 9/16/2012 - 10:43 am
"Yes, the Marker Morning Star Insulated Ski Pant is a great match. You can also check out the Marker Inspiration Insulated Ski Pant, the Marker POP Insulated Ski Pant, or the Marker Gillett Insulated Ski Bib."
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/18/2012 - 2:11 pm
"I'm heading to Europe in the next couple of weeks for their winter and just wondered if this coat will make sure I am nice and warm but don't over heat whilst always keeping me dry? Also I am struggling between a small and xsmall in sizing as i will wear a layer underneath chest is 33, waist 24 and hips 30? One more...as I am in Australia will the jacket arrive within a week or is there a way to ensure the jackets arrival within a week?"
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Question by Rachel Wood on 10/9/2012 - 8:27 pm
"A size 4 would fit you nicely. This jacket is warm, however, you would need a good mid-layer like the Spyder Speed Full-Zip Fleece Jacket to keep you really warm. Out international shipping company is called Bongo US. I would recommend contacting them at 203.683.4894 before placing you order to make sure you will have it within your time period. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/10/2012 - 3:19 pm
Average Customer Rating: 4/5 (1 customer reviews)