ARMADA ROMER 2L GORE-TEX JACKET - PRODUCT OVERVIEW
The Armada Romer 2L GORE-TEX Jacket is made to withstand the wettest climates and most withering storms. The recycled two-layer GORE-TEX® shell and 100% sealed seams block out moisture, and the 90% recycled poly fill, 60g in the body and 40g in the arms, retain warmth even when damp. The Romer GORE-TEX® 2L Insulated Jacket provides the comfort and protection you need to get after it in wet, cold, nasty weather that sends other skiers scrambling for the lodge.
ARMADA ROMER 2L GORE-TEX JACKET FEATURES & TECHNOLOGY
Fabric: GORE-TEX® 2-Layer Recycled Nylon with PFC-free DWR Fabric: Bluesign® Approved and Standard 100 OEKO-TEX Certified Insulation: 60g 90% Recycled Polyfill in body Insulation: 40g 90% Recycled Polyfill in hood & sleeves Fit: Standard Fit Taffeta Lining Fully Taped Seams with GORE-SEAM® Tape YKK® Aquaguard® Water Repellent Zippers Cohesive™ Embedded Cord Locks at Hood and Hem Helmet Compatible Hood with Reinforced Brim Large Interior Mesh Pocket External-access Music Pocket with Headphone Port Adjustable Hem Adjustable Cuffs Lycra Wrist Gaiters Microfleece Chin Guard Microfleece lined handwarmer pockets Pit Vents 4-Way Stretch Adjustable Powder Skirt Jacket to Pant Snap Interface
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In the early 2000’s how people skied was changing, but legacy ski companies continued to anchor their identities in alpine racing. What came to be known as freeskiing was a departure from anything that had come before – it shared more in common with the freedom of snowboarding, skateboarding and surfing than it did with anything seen in skiing at the time. This new movement left more to the imagination, and there was a shared sentiment among a new generation of skiers that the style and progression they were pursuing should be celebrated. The time had come for a company that did exactly that.
The handful of people at the epicenter of skiing’s evolution came together: five skiers and a photographer from across the US, Canada and Europe consisting of JP Auclair, Tanner Hall, JF Cusson, Julien Regnier and Boyd Easley, along with snow sports photographer Chris O’Connell, or “OC.” This crew was poised to adapt the team-based model of snowboarding and skateboarding to a ski brand.