PICTURE

PICTURE ORGANIC Women’s Exa Jacket (2024)

$335.00 $234.50 Sale
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Color: TANNIN
Size: S

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The uncompromising combination of lightweight waterproof breathability and warm insulation

The 2-layer Exa Jacket is Picture's iconic, incredibly-versatile freeride jacket. Eco-designed with Circular polyester, it features a 20K/20K membrane for unmatched waterproof breathability, reinforced with a PFC-free durable water repellent treatment. Designed for versatility and warmth, the pit zips offer additional ventilation when playing hard in the powder.

For enhanced protection and fit, the hood, cuffs, and hem are all adjustable, while the insulation ensures that you stay toasty warm all day long. Cut for a modern long fit, this jacket comes equipped with smart, functional pockets and detailing. Designed with the uncompromising combination of lightweight waterproof breathability and warm insulation, our Exa Jacket lets you focus all your attention on enjoying the snow.

Technical characteristics
  • Fit: Straight
  • Composition: Minireps 2 layers - 100% Circular Polyester
  • Stretch snow skirt
  • Dryplay 20K/20K membrane
  • Teflon Ecoelite™ PFC free durable water repellent treatment
  • Recycled Thermal STD 60 gr/m2 body and sleeve, 40 gr/m2 hood
  • Fully-taped seams
  • Adjustable ergonomic hood
  • Front opening with YKK® waterproof zip
  • Waterproof zips
  • Pit zips
  • Jacket to pant interface
  • Lycra wrist gaiters with thumbholes
  • Adjustable cuffs with hook and loop system
  • Tightening drawcord hem
  • Chest pockets with waterproof zips
  • Ski pass pocket
  • Goggle cleaner
  • Long back fit
  • Weight: 1 035 g
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About Potter Brothers

Potter Brothers is a specialty ski & snowboard shop with locations in NY, MA and VT. Visit us for great deals on gear, discounted lift tickets and quality rental equipment. Plus, our Resort Shops at Jiminy Peak, Bromley and Killington are home to some of the largest Demo Centers found in the Northeast.