Whoever said plaid was exclusively for lumberjacks and Seattle hipsters clearly wasn't up-to-date on their 686 women's outerwear collection. The 686 Reserved Tonic Insulated Jacket combines classic shirt-like details with technical fabrics and features for a combo that will keep you both warm and stylish on the slopes.
100% Polyester brushed flannel yarn dyed plaid
INFIDRY-10™ Gives great weather protection during winter conditions.
TR8: Toasty on the Inside Tricot lined insulated garments with 100-120 grams polyfill (-5˚ to 32˚ F / -21˚ to 0˚ C)
100 g body / 60 g sleeve and hood
100% Nylon taffeta / 100% Poly brushed and peached tricot / 100% Poly mesh
All-Access Fit Snowboarding requires a lot of movement and 686 designs its jackets and pants with enough room to accommodate your needs. Works in all conditions, all the time.
Shirt-like button cuff and front placket design details
1" Drop tail with curved hem sides
Dual chest pockets
Internal audio pocket
Left front pocket bungee loop attachment
Right front pocket hidden credit card / ID stash pocket and key clip attachment
"BREATH EASY" Mesh collar front vent panels
"SMOOTH OPERATOR" Mesh gusset
"SIDE STRETCH" Easy on-off hood panels
"TRI-PULL" 3-in-1 single-pull hood drawcord adjustment
"HAND PANTIES" Internal lycra hand gaiter
"STORM GUARD" Laminated weather guard hood brim
"SNAP UP" Stowable powderskirt with size adjustable flaps
"PJ-CONNECT" Pant-to-jacket powderskirt connection tabs
Casual hood with shoelace drawcord
Sleeve elbow articulation
Size adjustable cuff closure with gusset
Powderskirt flap grommet lift ticket attachment
Internal center front zipper flap with chin guard
YKK 2-way front vislon zipper
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Comments about 686 Reserved Tonic Insulated Jacket - Women's:
Super warm and keeps you dry. The thumb holes are a must for keeping snow out. Even though the style is big and bulky and that's not so much my thing, I think this is a really cute jacket. It's well made. Could be improved by having better ways to thread headphones up out of the collar.