Whether you're carving a turn on the groomed slopes of Thredbo or enjoying a family weekend at the Selwyn Snowfields then you need a shell that’s focused on your freedom of movement, your comfort in cold conditions and your protection from Australia's chaotic weather.
Decked out with some of Patagonia's latest features and focussed on utility, this H2No Performance Standard 2-layer shell jacket allows you to flex and ride naturally without feeling constrained. Its clever design provides an articulated fit for freedom of movement and a smooth taffeta liner for comfort and ease of layering.
The Insulated Snowshot Jacket, a durable, soft-to-the-touch polyester shell provides a waterproof and breathable layer of protection. Keeping you dry through precipitation, overhead and the occasional augering-in.
For all-day warmth and comfort the Snowshot has soft, stuffable Thermogreen 100% polyester (90% recycled) insulation to trap heat and continue to stay warm even if wet.
Additional safety features include a helmet-compatible, 2-way-adjustable hood with a built-in visor for optimal visibility in bad conditions. When you're needing extra protection from the elements a tall collar protects your neck and face, even with the hood down.
For a full range of motion, the Snowshot Insulated Jacket has articulated patterning in the arms let you move naturally, and pit zips offer up a quick-venting option when you’re working up steam.
For your valuables, zippered pockets have been integrated into the internal and external sections of the jacket. Including two handwarmers, one chest (with media pocket and cable routing) and one internal stash pocket (with a key clip). There’s also an internal drop-in pocket for goggles and gloves. With a technical silhouette and an embedded RECCO avalanche rescue reflector.
Inside, a low-profile powder skirt provides an always-ready seal when you’re in the deep (it has a webbing loop that connects to any Patagonia Snow pants). Patagonia Australia have thought of everything when it comes to their winter/alpine wear.