(No, green-style doesn't mean you're only on green runs, unless you're into that sort of thing.)
Bond, a carbon-neutral company, used recycled components to craft the waterproof breathable Women's Northwind Jacket. The jacket's 10K-rated fabric and critically taped seams shed the wind and snow, and tons of handy little extras like a snow-blocking collar, thumb loops to hold the sleeves down, a goggle wipe on the right hand gaitor, a spillproof trash pocket, and built-in underarm vents. And even the waterproofing treatment is eco-friendly, so slip your tunes into the interior pocket and head out for some shredding, green-style.
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Really good jacket
Will you guys be getting this in the Aruba...
Will you guys be getting this in the Aruba color? hopefully before Christmas?
This is a pretty cool jacket. Just so everyone knows the jacket that got sent to me the bottom color that appears to be a blue in the picture is actually purple. I don't mind the purple however cause I like the teal and purple together. The jacket fits long to cover your butt on the slopes, I'm 5'3" and ordered a medium which is a perfect fit for me because I like to wear my jackets big. It's definitely a shell which works great to layer underneath or just wear it by itself in the spring. I love this jacket, but it's really purple.