The Best Women’s Snow Jackets

Best Womens Snowboard Jackets 2018 - 2019

Winter weather is finally upon us! The snow has already begun to blanket the best mountains in the world, and riders have been ready. If you’re stoked on this season – and I know you are… check out our list of the best women’s snowboard jackets.

Women’s Snowboard Jackets Price Comparison

  1. The North Face Thermaball Triclimate Women’s Jacket – $349
  2. Patagonia Snowbell Jacket – $299
  3. The North Face Gatekeeper Insulated Jacket – $299
  4. Burton Jet Set Insulated Jacket – $199.95
  5. Outdoor Research Igneo Jacket – $348.95
  6. TREW Stella Jacket – $379
  7. L.L. Bean Weather Challenger Jacket: $229
  8. Arc’teryx Tiya Jacket – $775
  9. Patagonia Down Sweater Jacket –  $229
  10. The North Face Sickline Jacket – $299
  11. Burton AK Gore-Tex 2L Altitude Jacket – $399
  12. Mammut Biwak Down Jacket – $524
  13. Patagonia Insulated Powder Bowl Jacket – $479

Womens The North Face ThermoBall Snow Triclimate 3-in-1 Jacket

North Face ThermoBall Snow Triclimate Women’s Jacket – ($349)

This 3-in-1 women’s snowboarding jacket is ideal for those looking for a clean and classic look. But style isn’t all this jacket has to offer – and so, it’s safe to say The North Face ThermoBall Snow Triclimate Women’s Jacket made more than just a pretty face. Available in the most basic colors made for easy pairing with your favorite gear (navy, brown, black) you can wear this Triclimate jacket with anything to get these features you can’t find in any other top layer: DryVent 2-layer outer shell including ThermoBall liner ideal for crystal blue days or dark afternoons on the slope, helmet compatible hood, underarm vents, breathability, snap-away powder skirt w/ gripper elastic and pockets for storage make this windproof, waterproof jacket your snow companion. Fend off debris, water, dirt, mud and everything else with DryVent 2-layer waterproof breathable technology while you stay warm and dry within ThermoBall insulation inside. [Purchase: $349]

Womens Patagonia Insulated Snowbelle Jacket

Patagonia Snowbelle Jacket – ($299)

Soft and streamline, the look of the Patagonia Snowbelle 3-in-1 works with many different styles. Available in basic colors like brown, navy, burgundy and coral the Snowbelle makes any woman feel warm inside. You can count on the waterproof outer shell to keep you snug as you smash the slopes under clear bluebird skies or when it’s coming down in buckets. Brave the lines you want to and you can still stay warm while you ride due to the features of the women’s Patagonia Snowbelle snow jacket. They include 2-layer H2No® Performance Standard waterproof, breathable polyester w/ durable water repellent (DWR), Thermogreen® insulation (80g in the body and 40g in the sleeves) so the jacket compresses easily and insulates even when wet, polyester lining wicks moisture, lining is also certified as bluesign® approved, embedded Recco® reflector, helmet-compatible, 2-way-adjustable hood w/ laminated visor for visibility, soft microfleece panels to eliminate chafing, low-profile powder skirt – plus tons of pockets for stashing everything you need. [Purchase: $299]

Womens The North Face Gatekeeper Insulated Jacket

North Face Gatekeeper Jacket Women’s – ($299)

Made to deliver a hot pop of color within contrasting outer colors, the Gatekeeper women’s snow jacket comes in basic black and grey but look on the inside and you’ll find the familiar flare of femininity – in hot pink! The sleek looking coat offers a super cool style with serious insulation. The jacket includes black insulation and waterproof protection that lasts for hours on end while you spend time in the backcountry. Get comfortable in the North Face Gatekeeper women’s snow jacket! It features waterproof/breathable 2-layer DryVent™ fabric, PrimaLoft black insulation, removable, helmet-compatible hood, core vents, snap-away powder skirt with gripper elastic, pockets galore plus secure-zip wrist pockets for your stashes. For waterproof protection, you can count on, grab the North Face Gatekeeper Jacket, girl. [Purchase: $299]

Womens Burton Jet Set Insulated Jacket

Burton Jet Set Jacket Women’s – ($199.95)

Burton women know how to ride a mountain and because of it, they also know how to do a women’s snow jacket right. This jacket features an insulated outer layer in a range of colors but unlike other women’s gear, they include tones of off-white, beige, black and grey. Then, if you want to brighten things up, ladies can choose from burgundy and teal, too. The light insulation inside the waterproof outer layer allows you to rock a slim fit style. Wear the Burton Jet Set as you relax in the lodge or while you cut your own lines through the backcountry. Regardless of where your favorite mountain is, ride it in the Burton Jet Set. The insulated ladies snow jacket includes 2-layer woven shell featuring Dryride Durashell™ mapped throughout with 80g partially recycled Thermolite® insulation, non-bulky warmth and comfort, breathable taffeta lining, ultra-soft collar to protect windblown cheeks, adjustable all-weather hood and microfleece-lined hand pockets – all made with recycled materials. [Purchase: $199.95]

Womens Outdoor Research Igneo Jac

 

Outdoor Research Igneo Jacket Women’s – ($348.95)

This insulated women’s jacket was made for the slopes. The Pertex outer layer prevents moisture from entering inside where you’ll stay warm and dry due to the protection of body-mapped insulation. Everything important will be taken good care of while you take on the outdoors. Beneath the Women’s Outdoor Research Igneo Jacket, you can find yourself in any condition and keep going with the following features: underarm zippers for venting, elastic drawcord hem, all-weather removable hood and snow-skirt and unique tethered in-pocket goggle wipe for when things get foggy. Don’t worry about having a good time in the Outdoor Research Igneo ladies, you can do anything you set your mind to. So, if you get hot and sweaty inside the Igneo – it’s ok! The breathable membrane lets you go hard in the snow without fear of losing heat. Go get knee deep in powder and start paving your own trials. You’ll be just fine in the Women’s Outdoor Research Igneo Jacket.  [Purchase: $348.95]

Womens Trew Gear Stella Jacket

Trew Gear Stella Jacket Women’s – ($379)

This snow jacket is for women who want it all and take it. The Trew Gear Stella Jacket is not only ultra-stylish but it’s also built with technical aspects that put other jackets to shame. Wear the Trew Gear Stella jacket allowing the 3-layer Dermizax® construction to protect you with incredible waterproof movement. Go ahead and freestyle! Set out knowing the Trew Gear Stella women’s snow jacket is made with a specific material known as Modern Freeride Fit to allow for any move you need to make. Articulate the fiercest runs you can think of in the flattering Trew Gear Stella Jacket. Additional features include ergonomic power skirt with 3-point pant attachment, 2-way adjustable helmet compatible hood, center front zipper, headphone chord loop at collar, chin guard, shock cord adjustable hem, RECCO® reflector and more. [Purchase: $379]

Womens Weather Challenger 3-in-1 Jacket

L.L. Bean Women’s Weather Challenger Jacket – ($229)

Designed to compliment a women’s physique, this 3-in-1 women’s jacket creates a look that ladies love. Available in bright colors including aqua and sunset blue, there are also basic colors including black and graphite. Use the Waterproof TEK2.5® in any type of weather to protect you from inclement snow, rain and what creeps in under the fog. With Breathable Mesh Zoning Technology™ the Women’s Weather Challenger is more than just weather protection – is a jacket system. The Weather Challenger includes exclusive L.L. Bean Outerwear Technology: TEK2.5 Waterproof System with 2.5 layers of performance. The layers include breathable, durable exterior, waterproof/windproof/breathable barrier and a printed, “half lining” for lightweight performance. [Purchase: $229]

Best womens snowboard jacket Arc'teryx Tiya Jacket

Arc’teryx Tiya Jacket – ($799)

Nobody said you can’t look fly AF in active snowfall. Take the Arc’teryx Women’s Tiya Jacket along for the ride on the next trip you take into the backcountry. It’s there for you in every way a reliable jacket should be – with zippered vents for breathability, fully taped seams, helmet compatibility & a drop hood, a slim-looking silhouette, a laminated brim that stays out of sight, and Coreloft® body-mapped insulation for extra comfort and all-weather warmth. Adjustable hem and cuffs make it easy to swap out gloves & mittens, and you’ll never need to look for a place to stash anything with plenty of pockets, specifically designed for goggles, passes and more! [Purchase: $799]

 

Womens Snowboard Jacket Patagonia Down Sweater

Patagonia Down Sweater Jacket – ($229)

Made to fit Janes of all trades, this down Patagonia jacket is ideal for every cold weather situation. Don’t let the #5 spot fool you, this is still one of the best women’s snowboard jackets of the season. Lightweight and windproof, it’s made with a 100% recycled polyester shell and 100 fill power Traceable Down. What’s traceable down? This jacket is filled with goose down from geese that are tracked from farm to apparel factory, to ensure the birds are not force-fed or live-plucked. All certified by NSF – an independent third party, you can feel good about your jacket while you stay protected from the elements. Ultra-comfortable, and ultra-versatile this jacket was made just for ladies who rip, with a classic zip-up style. [Purchase: $229]

 

The North Face Women’s Sickline Jacket

The North Face Women’s Sickline Jacket – ($299)

Backcountry specific jacket is designed for all weather and steep terrain. Any female would love the freedom and protection this jacket provides. The Sickline has insulation throughout the body of the jacket with less insulation in the sleeves. This design adds to the two-way stretch for maximum freedom of movement. Ideal for hiking or skinning up a slope. This fully featured jacket is also made of HyVent, a waterproof, breathable fabric. [Purchase: $299]

Womens Snowboard Jacket Burton AK 2L Altitude Jacket

Burton AK Gore-Tex 2L Altitude Jacket – ($399)

Toping the list and taking the #1 spot for best women’s snowboard jackets is **drum roll please** the Burton AK Gore-Tex 2L Altitude. Made to handle the roughest backcountry conditions and the toughest female riders, this zip-up jacket delivers guide-worthy protection with legendary breathability. Additional features include a neck gasket collar and powder gasket cuffs so you’ll be sealed in tight – away from windy weather and frigid snow. Featuring an exclusive Gore-Seam® technology, the Burton AK Gore-Tex 2L Altitude also keeps your body temperature adjusted so you never have to worry about overheating inside and soaking yourself with sweat. Additional features include, micro-adjustable hood and exterior-access media pocket. [Purchase: $399]

Womens Snowboard Jacket Mammut Biwak Down Jacket

Mammut Biwak Down Jacket – ($524)

Nothing protects your sensitive skin from winter weather like this puffy jacket from Mammut. Made with an exclusive Pertex Endurance outer shell, the fabric is water resistant and highly compressible so you can stuff this all-purpose jacket in any sack. 880-fill goose down will keep you warm, and the three-point hood allows you to adjust, with or without a helmet. My favorite part about this jacket is the fibrefill body mapping inserts. It can really warm up inside down jackets, but the Mammut Biwak Down Jacket includes this unique underarm transfer to wick moisture away and keep things dry inside. [Purchase: $524]

best womens snowboard jackets from Patagonia

Patagonia Insulated Powder Bowl Jacket – ($479)

Ok ladies… if you’re craving powder – this is the jacket for you. Made with a 2-layer Gore-Tex outer membrane to lock moisture out even in high winds, you’ll be snug and comfortable as the strategically placed vents give you breathability to sweat freely AND stay warm. Ventilated and completely environmentally friendly, this jacket features 100g Thermogreen insulation in just the right spots, where you need warmth the most. Additionally, this all-condition backcountry jacket was made for the deepest snow days plus wind chill and bitter ice blasts. It’s all good in the Patagonia Women’s Insulated Powder Bowl Jacket. [Purchase: $479] Also be sure to check out the Patagonia Men’s Powder Bowl Jacket.

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Brittany Artwohl
Brittany is an Arizona native, a female skateboarder and music junkie for the past 13 years.

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