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Mens Snow Jackets
The best ski jackets have these features:
- Made of waterproof, breathable and windproof material
- Light insulation that works well with mid layers and base layers
- Powder skirt for keeping the snow out
- Vents with zips for extra airflow
- Pockets for your phone, gloves, lift pass and necessities
- See our Ski Jacket Guide for more details.
You'll need a waterproof, breathable and windproof jacket that lets sweat evaporate and keeps you warm and dry. Shell jackets and insulated jackets are the most popular for snow sports. Avoid puffy down jackets - once they're wet, they lose the ability to keep you warm. Learn more with our guide on Choosing A Ski/Snowboard Jacket.
Layering for the snow consists of a base layer, mid layer and a waterproof outer layer. Wear merino wool or synthetic thermals as your base layer and fleece or down as your mid layer. Avoid cotton materials. See our guide on How To Layer for more.
Ski jackets are meant to keep you warm but still comfortable, given that you'll be sweating during snow activities. Jackets with more insulation will keep you warmer. Ideally, you should be wearing base layers and mid layers underneath a lightly insulated ski jacket so that you can adjust your levels of warmth during cold and windy days.
Pick a ski jacket that's a waterproof, breathable and windproof shell jacket. This will keep you warm while allowing sweat to evaporate. The best ski jacket for you depends on your personal preferences and how warm you'd like to be. Wearing base and mid layers accompanied by an insulated jacket would be an ideal choice. Choose the best ski jacket for you with our ski jacket guide.
You can use your washing machine on a normal cycle or hand wash. Use a special detergent for ski gear. Don't use normal detergent as it may destroy your jacket's membrane and waterproof coating. Learn more with our guide on How To Wash A Ski Jacket.