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Planet Earth Georgia Jacket - Women's - 2011 BCS
Look as purdy as a peach and stay as warm as pie when you wear the Planet Earth Georgia Jacket. The long fit keeps your butt covered when you're strapping in for a long day in the deeps, and the quilted lining and Primaloft insulation trap warmth around you for consistent coziness during cold lift rides.
- Waterproof breathable fabric blocks outside moisture while letting perspiration escape
- Fully taped seams prevent water from sneaking through the stitching
- Primaloft Infinity insulation traps warmth around your body
- Underarm zip vents let fresh air in when you're working up a sweat
- Removable powder skirt blocks incoming snow at the waist
- Jacket-to-pant interface increases protection between your top and bottom Planet Earth outerlayers
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Anyone know how warm this coat is? I live in the northeast and I need a real warm coat for the subzero temps next season, any advice would be appreciated thank you!
May 10, 2012
80g of Primaloft is great for cold weather snowboard/skiing but I am doubting it's enough for subzero temperatures even with a really good layering system. Not impossible since everyone is different, but unlikely. I would look for something with a lot of down insulation if I were you.
By: Josh Chapman
May 14, 2012
- [shell] S. Café (synthetic with recycled coffee grounds), DWR coating; [ membrane/laminate ] hydrophilic yarn
- Primaloft Infintiy (80g)
- Fabric Waterproof Rating:
- 15,000 mm
- Fabric Breathability Rating:
- 15,000 g/m˛
- yes, detachable
- regular, long
- below hip
- underarm zip vents
- Powder Skirt:
- yes, removable
- 2 hand, 1 goggle
- fully taped
- Wrist Gaiters:
- yes, Lycra
- Recommended Use: