Whether you’re a reader/watcher of Game of Thrones, you know that as it is now October there is no denying that “winter is coming,” but for those who like to hit the slopes that could be music to the ears. And the Columbia Lhotse Mountain II Interchange Jacket ($240) is ready for the slopes during the day and nights on the town as well.
It features an Omni-Tech waterproof but breathable shell with an Omni-Heat thermal reflective liner inner insulting layer that can be worn separately. Together the pair of garments offer 20,000mm-rated waterproof fabric, detachable hood and adjustable powder skirt with drawcord hem. This is a jacket that can keep you warm and dry, but allow you to look stylish in the process.
Features include interior security pocket, drop tail, as well as media and goggle pocket. But best of all the shell can also go it alone as a rain jacket for the fall or spring showers, while the lining can also work as a light cover for those dry days. Think of this as two jackets in one.