The Obermeyer Ibiza jacket blends moto-biker style with ski-slope performance. The Ibiza is not just a highly waterproofed jacket with insulation, but it also packs lots of comfort features into this performance package: mesh-lined vents, a removable powder skirt, a removable hood, and more. And thanks to Lycra® stretch panels, articulated elbows, and full-motion sleeves, you can move freely and easily over any terrain. Subtly placed padding helps suggest "moto-biker," but shaped seams and low bulk scream "girl."
- Waterproof (10,000 mm) and breathable (10,000 g)
- Insulated with ComforMax® (100 g body, 80 g sleeves)
- Critical seams sealed against moisture
- Mesh-lined vents let you open vents to cool down
- Removable hood
- Interior Lycra® stretch panels create a better fit that allows more movement
- Articulated elbows and full-motion sleeve construction allow more natural arm movement
- Removable powder skirt keeps moisture out of the jacket when the snow is deep, and zips out when it's not
- Pockets include: secure storage pocket, hand pockets, zippered chest pocket, goggle pocket, and interior cell phone pocket
- Lycra® inner cuffs with thumb holes hold the sleeves in place
- Classic fit
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This is a beautiful and very unique-looking jacket in the silver foil. You probably won't see many on the slopes that compare. It fits true to size and you do not need to worry about being larger in the waist than the size charts call for. Make sure that you correspond to the chest and hips size and the jacket should fit fine. The silver foil jacket is a little ''noisy'' meaning it creaks a little like most motorcycle jackets. The jacket is comfortable and the articulated arms allow for easy range of motion. The hood seems large enough to cover a helmet and the soft lining around the neck adds comfort. The slightly longer length in the back should add some warmth on the lift chairs. I haven't had a chance to try this out while skiing, yet, and cannot attest to its warmth. The insulation listed should be more than adequate for most skiing conditions.