Every day, Curated Camping & Hiking experts recommend jackets to hikers and explorers gearing up to head out on adventures. This list brings together their most recommended women's jackets. Want to make sure you find the perfect jacket for your next trip? Talk to an expert to get free, personalized recommendations on the right jacket for your needs.
- Burton - Women's Traverse Jacket
- Outdoor Research Women's Apollo Rain Jacket
- Outdoor Research Women's Motive Ascentshell Jacket
- Marmot - Women's Avant Featherless Hoody
- The North Face Women's Venture 2 Jacket
- Outdoor Research Women's Aspire II Jacket
- Columbia - Ultimate Catch Heal Seal
- Outdoor Research - Women's Interstellar Jacket
Burton - Women's Traverse Jacket
2L fab for all weather proof wear. Synthetic down for staying cozy. (Save the geese!!) Durable and consistent for all day comfort and wear. Made with products better for the planet!
Outdoor Research Women's Apollo Rain Jacket
Outdoor Research Women's Motive Ascentshell Jacket
Marmot - Women's Avant Featherless Hoody
The North Face Women's Venture 2 Jacket
This jacket is made from waterproof, windproof and breathable DryVent 2.5 layer fabric. It's a durable jacket at home in the backcountry and easily stows in one of the hand pockets for easy packing! Pit zips allow for venting as needed.
Outdoor Research Women's Aspire II Jacket
A seam sealed, waterproof, breathable, and windproof GoreTex Paclite shell. This would be a premium, super packable option for staying dry and acting as the most exterior layer in your system.
Outdoor Research - Women's Interstellar Jacket
This moderately insulated shell weighs in at only 10oz, and offers great protection in moderately cold weather. Fully waterproof, the Gore-tex construction will keep you dry in any storm!
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