Published On: Wed, Feb 14th, 2018

Best jackets for snowy weather: Enjoy the arctic conditions | Activity Holidays | Travel


Move from town to mountain forest trails with this relaxed fit, urban style jacket tailor made to streamline sturdier shapes.

Part of Eider’s Crossover Series it neatly adapts to changing conditions, there’s zillions of pockets and the compact cut compresses all the essential details while the comfortable stretchy weave fabric is both waterproof and breathable.

Stockist: Ellis Brigham (0800 035 6483)


Often hailed as the go-to jacket for adventure seekers heading for the back of beyond the PowSlayer’s articulated, regular fit and fuss-free, supple styling belie a rock-solid durability.

It’s a surprising space-saver too, as the three-way stretch Gore-Tex Pro fabric is warm, waterproof, breathable and packs down easily.

A three-way adjustable hood makes sure you won’t miss a thing and cord locks in the hem and hood leave no loose ends.

Stockist: eu.


New from Finland, the Regor’s part of Reima’s kids range (with the Roxana for girls) that puts activity first and can ward off chills down to –20°C.

Jackets come complete with a ReimaGo™ movement sensor tucked out of sight in a pocket, whose app works away collecting data about young ones’ physical exertions – how intense they are and how long they last, so parents can get an accurate picture of how much exercise they are getting.

These trendy jackets also have taped seams to beat the cold and wet, plus breathable polyester linings to reduce the risk of overheating and adjustable cuffs and hems.

Stockist: Snow + Rock (0845 100 1000/


When warmth, weight and packability matter most, reach for Rab’s classic with hydrophobic down which means it’s been treated with water repellant so the down dries quicker and resists water for longer.

The helmet-compatible hood is down-filled, so you stay toasty and the slim fit is pretty flattering too.

Stockist: for men and for women or

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