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Recommendation of ladies ski jacket

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Recommendation of ladies ski jacket

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi,

I wondered if anyone has recommendations for a ladies ski jacket. I am not so fussed on being fashionable but I am looking for something good quality that will do me a good few years. My main thing I want is lots of pockets with lots of space in them. I love stuffing my pockets full of things for the day as I can't be bothered with a back pack. All of the jackets I have looked at recently seem to be fitted without much pocket space. Ventilation zips also a plus.

Thanks
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
If your really not fussed on fashion and want larger pockets then buy a mens jacket.
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Thanks lilywhite - I hadn't actually considered that I just assumed that the proportions would be all wrong.
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I have been buying mens for years because I'm so tall. If your slight framed then check out the youth sizes. If a jacket seems too baggy at the waist I belt it. It's easy enough to run a drawstring through the snowskirt too. Very Happy
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I've got two jackets, both of which I'd recommend; an Eider Jackson Hole, which is an insulated jacket and a TNF Summit Series Free Freethinker shell. Both are very well made and have enough pockets. They fit very nicely and are quite streamline - the shell has a slightly more athletic fit, but both are classic styles that won't go out of style quickly. FYI - I'm petite, 29 and female!

Google both and see what you think.
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thanks musywhite
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