Girls's hooded jacket with high loft insulation - 140 body/120 arms - and a seam-sealed, waterproof and breathable exterior that keeps out the snow. The jacket has two front pockets with zip closures, a right chest pocket with a zip closure and a velcro closure cover tab, a velcro closure cargo pocket on the left sleeve, and an interior left chest mesh pocket with a velcro closure. The jacket sleeves have adjustable velcro tabs at the cuffs. The jacket has a full front zip closure with a chin guard and velcro closure tab and the contrasting interior has an optional elastic waistband with a four snap adjustable closure. Machine washable.
Shell: 100% Nylon; Lining: 100% Nylon; Filling: 100% Polyester
Born in the skiing/climbing/mountaineering mecca of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Cloudveil makes performance-oriented outdoor apparel for hardcore adventurists. Launched by Stephen Sullivan and Brian Cousins in 1997 as a line of eight products, Cloudveil (now based in Massachusetts) has grown into full-fledged company that offers a wide-ranging collection of down jackets, pants, waders, gloves, and other no-nonsense outdoor gear. Since its founding Cloudveil has been a leader in embracing new technologies: the company was an early adopter of woven Schoeller stretch fabric and incorporates Polartec, wind/water-repellent Cyclone, and other cutting-edge materials into its designs. Cloudveil Koven, Down Patrol and RPK jackets are coveted by ice fishermen and mountain climbers alike.