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2014 Descente Haden Jacket

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Pros: Stylish and technical

Cons: Almost too warm.

Tester Information:
Trekchick
Height/Weight: 5'6" 135 lbs
Jacket Size: 8
Pants Size: 8
Ski Days/Season:80+
Years Skiing: 25+
Preferred Attire: Shell/Layering
Current Clothing Quiver: Kastle Mountaineering, Norrona Shell, SOS Insulated, Patagonia Down Sweater(s), Descente (various items)

 

Review

Every year I get a chance to test Descente Clothing and every year I find more that I like about it.  This year the Haden Jacket blew me away.  I love the hard shell look of the jacket, with the super warm insulation and features you want in a cold weather ski jacket.  The Dermizax water proofing make it a must on a day when precipitation is in the forecast, and the venting makes it ideal when the sun comes out. 

I found myself skiing in this jacket a lot in the spring and took it back out as soon as the slopes opened for the new season.

The Haden is definitely a "go to" jacket.

Pictured here with the Tess Pant

Cornice Arapahoe Basin

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2014 Descente Haden Jacket
Description:

4Way Stretch fabric, 20,000 mm waterprof/10,000 mm windproof, Dermizax, Heat Navi, Heatflex 100 insulation, D-Laser, wrist adjuster, coin pocket, sleeve cuff, inside security pocket, pit zips ventilation, mobile phone pocket, waist snow cuff.

Details:
DetailValue
Seam TapedFully taped
VentingPits
InsulationInsulated
Powder SkirtRemoveable
HoodRemovable
FunctionOuter layer
Models:
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
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