Ski Jackets???

dancer31rmb

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I am looking for a cute yet very warm ski jacket. I have never been skiing before, and I have a tendency to get cold very easily, so I figure having a warm and cute jacket to ski in will at least help to make my first trip that much better. Any ideas???
 

Kat

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I recommend you visit a ski shop and look around. Prices for good ski jackets can be high, but they are definitely worth it. Here in NY we have Princeton ski shops and Pedigree ski shops. I have several ski jackets made by Spider. I also have a couple of ski jackets made by Bogner. You should check them out.
 

annanas

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i always get peak performance or zytt. peak performance is more readily available of the two, i'm not sure if you can get zytt outside sweden, although they do have a website, www.zytt.se . it takes the cold properly, as does peak, i've been out in both in -30ºC and been fine. i had killy once and i didn't like it that much, i got wet which is a bit weird considering i fall maybe once or twice a week at most.
 

keya

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My brother has a Spyder and it looks nice. If your main objective is to keep warm I'd look into getting a Canada Goose jacket, though. You should probably go try some jackets on and see what looks good on you.
 

randr21

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