Wearing your mom's old gear and acting like you don't give a hoot is fun, for a while, but ironic gear gets old pretty fast when the temperature plunges and the pow starts piling up. When gaper day is done and it's time to get serious, zipping up Dakine's Lorimer Women's Down Jacket is a great way to stay warm, dry, and super steezy when the weather's getting real. Dakine made the Lorimer from tough polyester twill, coated it with a water repellent DWR treatment, and laminated it to a two layer waterproof and breathable laminate to keep soggy pow from turning your day excessively moist. Inside the water shedding shell is a whole mess of 650 fill Allied down, which is a super efficient and lightweight insulator that's both lofty and highly packable, so you'll be able to bring all your other gear, too, on your next pow hunting road trip. Topping off the Lorimer's weather resistance are taped critical seams, a dual drawcord hood, and internal and external zipper covering storm flaps. There's also a stow away powder skirt to keep the fluff from sneaking down your pants and up your back, wrist gaiters for an unbeatable comfy feel, and mesh lined underarm vents that help you dump heat when you're hiking for turns or hunting for springtime corn.