This season, thanks to our partnership with BRP, I will be testing the Ski-Doo puffer welded jacket. As of writing these lines, I haven’t had the opportunity to test it on a snowmobile ride as a mid-layer. However, I have used it several times for outings in the city.
Black Ski-Doo Puffer Welded Jacket
The Ski-Doo puffer welded jacket can serve as both an underlayer for your snowmobiling adventures and as a stylish outer garment for your daily outings. It is made of a polyester layer combined with down padding. This combination traps warmth inside while providing breathability and lightness. The jacket also features soft fleece-lined pockets, a reflective logo, and a chest pocket for storing personal items. The puffer welded jacket is the perfect accessory for your snowmobiling excursions or for a more casual outing.
Personally, I enjoy having the opportunity to wear Ski-Doo clothing in my daily life, not only for their performance but also to connect with my favourite activity, snowmobiling. My initial impressions of the jacket are excellent in that it keeps me warm during travels and is particularly comfortable. It also has a stylish look, and the hood is practical for additional weather protection. If this jacket proves to be as practical and efficient as other compressible jackets used in the past, it will be well used this winter. The real test will be taking it out on a ride.
- 100% Polyester.
- Insulation: 90% Duck down, 10% Feather.
- Chest pocket with Ski-Doo branded zipper pull.
- Reflective Ski-Doo logo at left chest.
- Fleece lined pockets.
- Heat transferred Ski-Doo logo on inner front flap.
Stay tuned for the full review later this season!
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