Closeouts. With a removable fleece liner and a waterproof breathable shell, Spyder's Deluge Systems ski jacket offers heavy-duty warmth when you need it and lightweight protection in milder temperatures.
Reviewed by lwskis from New England on Wednesday, February 26, 2014
This seems to me that it runs a bit big. That's Ok for me because I generally wear lots of layers underneath and there's a drawstring at the bottom for keep the wind out. I've worn it in weather and it seems to hold up pretty well (waterproofing wise). I like that I can wear just the liner or just the fleece or both. I have no problems with this jacket EXCEPT for the hood. The hood is HUGE. Also, there are no drawstrings or size adjustments on it. I'm going to have to figure out a way to add some otherwise the hood is pretty useless, it just flies off in the wind.
Reviewed by Jill from Maryland on Friday, January 17, 2014
I really love this coat - it's so warm, and the option of having the fleece out and alone or the coat alone or both together has been awesome this winter. The fit is great, there's a little goggles rag attached inside a pocket which was cool, and the color and design is fun.
Reviewed by rubi9er from Gardnerville, nV on Tuesday, April 16, 2013
I'd rate this jacket a 5 except for a major flaw for me. The fleece liner doesn't zip around inside the jacket. Instead it's only attached at the collar with a loop and snap. It has the feel of 2 jackets, one inside of the other. Guess I don't care for that. When you're putting it on and taking it off it has an awkward feel like the sleeves want to pull out and you have to zip two jackets. All of my other 3-in-1 ski jackets have the inner fleece that zips to the outer shell which gives the feel of a single jacket. Considering this is Spyder brand I was surprised the jacket was made this way. Makes it seem kind of cheaply constructed. My husband actually thought perhaps this was a second. Other than that it's a really cute, warm coat.