After the storm hits, throw on the Quiksilver Arrow Wood Jacket and go carve turns in the steep and deep. Quiksilver DryFlight waterproofing withstands rain and snow, keeping things warm and toasty inside the jacket while the weather outside is nothing but frigid chills. Primaloft Black Eco synthetic insulation at the body, sleeves, and hood trap heat while still being lightweight enough to allow for a performance minded mobility and range of movement. When the weather continues to rain down layers and layers of snow, throw up the hood over a helmet for extra weather protection and keep riding. The stretch gaiters at the sleeves include thumbholes and provide seamless integration with a pair of gloves, while the fixed stretch powder skirt keep snow and ice out of the jacket when plunging into deep, untouched powder. An array of pockets including a pass pocket, media pocket, and handwarmer pockets keep your gear organized and protected while you're chasing powder or spinning through the jump section in the park.