Hildy Women's DLX Ski Jacket

This product is currently unavailable


  • Waterproof: 20000mm
  • Breathable: 8000mvp
  • Windproof: Yes
  • Taped Seams: Yes
  • Stretch Fabric
  • Down Touch Filling
  • Adjustable Zip off Hood
  • Water Repellent Front Zip
  • 2 Water Repellent Zipped Pockets
  • Zipped Ski Pass Pocket
  • Articulated Elbows
  • Detachable Snow
  • Waterproof: 20,000mm
  • Breathable: 8,000mvp
  • Windproof Fabric
  • Taped Seams
  • Adjustable Zip Off Hood

Fabric Care and Composition

Shell 100% Polyester PU Membrane
Lining 100% Polyamide / 100% Polyester
Filling 100% Polyester

Fusing performance, style and agility, the Hildy women's DLX ski jacket has been engineered to cope with the demands of challenging slope conditions.

Crafted with 20,000mm waterproof shell, taped seams, a hood and a detachable snowskirt create a structure that effectively seals out moisture where you need it most. A water repellent front zip further helps to keep moisture at bay while 2 water repellent zip pockets allow you to stash items inside without worrying about dampness.

Fitted with articulated elbows, to provide a more natural fit on the arms, a stretch fabric construction increases and promotes mobility, allowing you move confidently and comfortably when manoeuvring down the slopes. As you do, a breathable finish will help to ensure you are kept well ventilated whilst zips at the underarm gives you access to instant freshness when in need of a quick cool down.

A down touch filling will offer you some insulation to help you to stay warm when exposed to the cold. Furthermore, a windproof coating safe-guards you against those brisk, icy winds.

A goggle pocket, audio pocket / channel along with a ski pass pocket and 2 water repellent zip pockets means you'll have more than enough room for all your necessities. This coat comes in black, pink and white and is part of our exclusive DLX collection.

Model wears a size medium
Model's height is 5'6"


Need some guidance on what Ski Jacket is right for you? Check out our article on What to Look For in a Ski Jacket.

View all Skiing Expert Advice

You may also like