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  1. Kjus Womens Sella Jacket
    Kjus Womens Sella Jacket
    Now: $999.99 Was: $2,299.99
  2. Arc'teryx Womens Atom LT Hoody
    Arc'teryx Womens Atom LT Hoody
    $379.99
  3. Arc'teryx Mens Sabre AR Jacket
    Arc'teryx Mens Sabre AR Jacket
    $899.99
  4. Black
    Kjus Womens Formula Jacket
    Now: $839.99 Was: $1,199.99
  5. Kjus Orange
    Kjus Mens Formula Jacket
    Now: $979.99 Was: $1,399.99
  6. Atlanta Blue
    Kjus Mens Boval Jacket
    Now: $699.99 Was: $999.99
  7. Montbell Womens US Alpine Light Down Jacket
    Montbell Womens US Alpine Light Down Jacket
    $299.99
  8. Montbell Womens Pumori Parka
    Montbell Womens Pumori Parka
    $499.99
  9. Montbell Mens US UL Thermawrap Jacket
    Montbell Mens US UL Thermawrap Jacket
    $229.99
  10. Montbell Mens US Plasma 1000 Alpine Down Parka
    Montbell Mens US Plasma 1000 Alpine Down Parka
    $599.99
  11. Montbell Mens US Alpine Light Down Jacket
    Montbell Mens US Alpine Light Down Jacket
    $299.99
  12. Montbell Mens Thermawrap Guide Parka
    Montbell Mens Thermawrap Guide Parka
    $329.99
  13. Montbell Womens US Superior Down Jacket
    Montbell Womens US Superior Down Jacket
    $229.99
  14. Ride Womens Vine Jacket
    Ride Womens Vine Jacket
    Now: $300.00 Was: $599.99
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Ski Jackets

Choosing a ski jacket is harder than it sounds.

It's tempting to shop by colour, ordering the latest fashion ski jacket with a furry hood, warm down insulation and bright colours so your friends can find you in a crowded ski lift queue.

But those aren't the features you should be considering first.

Are you a casual skier who spends most of your time on ski lifts? Get an insulated ski jacket, with accessory pockets for the tissues, hand warmers and ski lift map.


For active snowboarders, skiers and cross-country skiers - you use a lot of energy and are best suited to a soft shell jacket with a breathable waterproof layer and separate inner wicking layer to keep moisture away from your body.
For really active backcountry skiing, try a basic shell ski jacket, but bring along a separate mid layer for insulation in case the weather turns, as it often does.