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Technical ladies ski jackets

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Ideas please for technical ladies ski jackets. Warm and waterproof. Although I'm based in Calgary an initial look hasn't been promising with lots more fashion than function options. Spyder blaze is one choice but interested in other ideas. Ideally Gore-tex with primaloft or similar insulation and will be used down to -30C. The previous Spyder jacket has lasted 12 years of 30+ days per year so if we can get the next one to last as long happy to spend a considerable amount.
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