With such a wide range of ski jackets, let’s break it down to make it easier to find the right Jacket for you.
Choosing the right Ski Jacket
The main things….Price, needs and wants of course.
Every Ski jacket you see on our website is designed to wear on the mountain keeping you warm and dry. Some are buffed up with insulation more than others allowing you to ski in very cold places, and some will allow you to ski out in the wettest, windiest (think waterproofing) or warmest of weather days (this is breathability)
What are you getting for the price tag
Premium Ski Jackets from the likes of KJUS, Spyder, Arcteryx, Helly Hansen and the North face provide features like stretch fabrics, very high waterproof/breath-ability ratings and the best quality insulation like primaloft or down. Extra bells and whistles like removable powder skirts, additional venting, pockets, softer luxurious fabrics and a precise cut make their jackets stand out in the crowd.
These jackets are all worth a try on as you will soon see why they are indeed a premium ski jacket and worth the price tag.
There are some really great ski jackets in our range that represent great value for money like Rojo (An Australian Company) which, come in a massive array of colours and sizes. Roxy, Rip Curl, Billabong, Patagonia and O’Neill have been in the game a very long time so they know how to create a ski jacket with all of the necessary features. These these jackets are a less traditional/classic ski fit and more relaxed and longer line.
Critical or Seam Sealed?
Critically seam sealed products, in addition to being made of waterproof materials, have waterproof seams on the most exposed parts of the product ( think shoulders, back and front for jacketss). Fully seam sealed items have waterproof seams along the entire inseam of the product so they seal water out completely helping you stay dryer for longer
Can't pick what jacket you like?
Rest assured. We have something for absolutely everybody, select a few jackets you like, purchase them online and then return what doesnt suit or contact us to help you find the perfect fit
Want to know more about Fabrics, Waterproofing and Breath-ability? Check out our Fabrics Explained page which explains everything you need to know in detail