Women's Snow Jackets

Shop our collection of sustainable snow jackets for women. Our 100% Carbon Neutral women's ski and snowboard...

Shop our collection of sustainable snow jackets for women. Our 100% Carbon Neutral women's ski and snowboard jackets are designed with a pack of features so you can hit the trails without leaving a trace. For a winning combo, pair with our range of women's snow pants and bibs or finish the look with our podium-worthy snow gloves. Turns and conditions apply.

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  • Chamonix II Waterproof Womens Snow Jacket

    Regular price $549.99
    Regular price Sale price $549.99
  • Palladium 2.0 Womens Shell Snow Jacket

    Regular price $499.99
    Regular price Sale price $499.99
  • Palladium II Womens Shell Snow Jacket

    Regular price $499.99
    Regular price Sale price $499.99
  • Demi Womens Snow Jacket

    Regular price $379.99
    Regular price Sale price $379.99
  • Montana Womens Snow Jacket

    Regular price $369.99
    Regular price Sale price $369.99
  • PLUS SIZE Montana Womens Snow Jacket

    Regular price $379.99
    Regular price Sale price $379.99
  • Thea Womens Snow Jacket

    Regular price $329.99
    Regular price Sale price $329.99
  • Kelsey II Womens Snow Jacket

    Regular price $199.99
    Regular price Sale price $199.99
  • PLUS SIZE Thea Womens Snow Jacket

    Regular price $339.99
    Regular price Sale price $339.99
  • Lani II Womens Snow Jacket

    Regular price $279.99
    Regular price Sale price $279.99
  • PLUS SIZE Lani II Women's Snow Jacket

    Regular price $289.99
    Regular price Sale price $289.99
  • Thea II Womens Snow Jacket

    Regular price $219.99
    Regular price Sale price $219.99
  • PLUS SIZE Thea II Womens Snow Jacket

    Regular price $239.99
    Regular price Sale price $239.99
  • Courcheval Womens Snow Jacket

    Regular price $349.99
    Regular price Sale price $349.99
  • Lani Womens 3-in-1 Snow Jacket

    Regular price $349.99
    Regular price Sale price $349.99
  • Chamonix Womens Snow Jacket

    Regular price $549.99
    Regular price Sale price $549.99
  • Olena Womens Snow Jacket

    Regular price $239.99
    Regular price Sale price $239.99

Frequently Asked Questions

Are puffer jackets good for snow?

For walking around the village, yes, for riding. Not really. Puffer jackets are a great insulator but unfortunately don’t hold up well in wet conditions. Like the ones you’ll find on the slopes. It’s best to opt for a waterproof snow jacket to keep you warm and dry. 

Are ski and snowboard jackets the same?

Whether you ski or snowboard, a snow jacket needs to do three things; keep you warm, keep you dry and keep you comfortable. When it comes to styling, there are three different fits to choose from: freeride, freestyle and traditional. 

Freeride has more tech specs, freestyle is looser and longer, and traditional is fitted (more often chosen by skiers than snowboarders). What camp you fall into is up to you.

What’s the difference between a ski jacket and a winter coat?

A winter coat will keep you warm but a ski jacket is designed to keep you warm and dry. 

In wild places, the best of plans can go pear shaped so a ski jacket that performs no matter what the conditions is key. Whether it’s a freestyle snowboard jacket or technical freeride shell.

Are snow jackets waterproof?

Yes, snow jackets are waterproof. The level of waterproofing depends on the rating. Jackets can start at 5K waterproof and work up to 20K plus. The higher the number, the more moisture a jacket can withstand.

Dry snow conditions don’t need a high waterproof rating whereas wet snow, like what you’ll find in Oz, needs to be 10K waterproof as a minimum.

Can you wash snow jackets?

Yes, you can wash snow jackets. Do they “need” to be washed? That’s up to you and your hygiene standards. Our recommendation. Don’t over wash. It’s good for your gear and the planet.

When your jacket needs a little rejuvenation, make sure to wash on cold and use a snow gear specific wash, like NikWax. That way your snow pants will stand the test of time.

Snow jacket vs rain jacket, what’s the difference?

A snow jacket is designed to keep you warm and dry and hosts extra features to keep snow out. A rain jacket is designed to keep you dry no matter how high or low the thermometer runs. When choosing between a snow or rain jacket, decide on where and how you’ll be using it. Hiking? Opt for a rain jacket. Skiing or snowboarding? A snow jacket is for you.