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Rossignol Sky Down Ski Jacket - Insulated (For Women)
Closeouts A lovely, feminine ski jacket with the cold-weather performance to back up its stylish look, the Rossignol Sky Down ski jacket is ready for a day on the slopes, followed by a night on the town.
Average Rating based on 3 reviews 4.333333 0 5
Reviewed by ratgirl from PA on Thursday, October 29, 2015I was really hoping this jacket would fit, because as the other reviewers say, it's a sharp coat in fit/design and the faux fur collar. I am larger busted (42) so I knew I was taking a chance in the XL, and yes too tight in the chest. If I unzipped the underarm vents I could zip up the front, but otherwise no. And I am narrow hipped too, the hip area was snug as well. But otherwise loved the amount of interior pockets! This will be going back :(
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mango on the mountains from Colorado on Thursday, January 22, 2015It's not like those bright jackets which you can only wear on the slopes, you could wear this jacket anywhere else, work, shopping...etc. It does have a more "mature" feel compared to other ski jackets I have, but the fit is not really feminine enough (for me), I was expecting slim fit, or with a narrowed waist line, but this jacket is a straight shape, however not bulky. It's warm for cold days skiing, so sufficient for walking in the city in cold days--good for dog walkers. The zipper sometimes gets stuck in the chest because it sucks in the surface of the coat, but it's an easy fix, doesn't bother me. I think the pictures basically show what it would look like on an average body, some room, covers upper hip.
Reviewed by Terri from Boulder, Colorado on Thursday, December 25, 2014I just got this jacket in black. It's a normal black color not charcoal gray like the photo looks. I love the faux fur since the real fur ones are raccoons, yech. I live in Colorado and the wind blows a lot causing the wind chill factor to be a problem in the winter. This jacket stopped the wind and felt warm on a windy cold winter's night. It's fashionable so a person can wear it around town, not just on the ski slopes. The material is slightly shiney like satin but not overly shiney. It has nice stiching. I haven't tested it's water resistance, but a ski coat of this caliber usually does a good job of keeping out the wet snow. The insulating material is synthetic, but most warm ski jackets have synthetic insulation. It looks and feels like a slightly puffy down texture. It has a slimming look to it, not puffy and large like some down jackets. The R emblem is classy metal, not embroidered. I looked at a lot of jackets and chose this one for it's versatility to use around town and during exercise like walking my dog on a freezing cold winter day with the hood up. The hood is adjustable. I don't ski much anymore, but I will use it on the slopes when I do. Rossignol has been around since 1907. They've outfitted ski teams before. I think they can outfit my needs.