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Top Girls Ski Jackets


Young ladies who love to ski usually want more than just a warm jacket - most likely, it's got to match her ski pants, boots and skis, too. At the same time, though, the jacket must be waterproof, breathable and comfortable, so she really can "ski like a girl" all day long, without being burdened by a jacket that's too cold or too hot. Fortunately, it's quite possible to find an affordable jacket that takes into account function and fashion, so both parents and their princesses-on-skis will be happy. Here is a look at some of the best girls ski jackets (sized 7-16) on the market.

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Columbia Bugaboo Parka

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Columbia's classic Bugaboo ski jacket gets a modern update with the 2-in-1 design. A 100%-weatherproofed outer shell, available in both pretty prints and solid basics, comes with a zip-in fleece liner, which can be worn separately or on its own. When you take into account this jacket's versatility and affordability, its convenience is really unbeatable: available for less than $120, you're essentially getting a mid-layer fleece, a lined shell and then, when the two are combined, a full-performance snowsports jacket, all for a great price.

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Obermeyer Rosalee Ski Jacket

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Obermeyer is a brand leader in kids' ski wear, and the Rosalee jacket is no exception. Obermeyer's design concept - "hip technical designs and the latest in trendsetting styles" - is reflected in this jacket, which offers a modern take on the classic ski jacket without sacrificing performance. The Rosalee is cool enough for any ski girl to wear to school, but will also serve her well on the slopes, with completely weatherproofing, seam-sealing, ventilation, full-motion sleeve articulation, a fleece-lined collar and chin protector and even a ski pass D ring.

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Roxy Girls Jet Ski Jacket

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Roxy has been a pioneer in releasing both ski wear and ski gear that performs well while still being extremely popular with young girls. This fun, funky ski jacket is a testament to that. The jacket channels a free-spirited, freestyle vibe in tune with Roxy's design concept, while also offering 160g of insulation, complete waterproofing and breathability, a powder skirt to keep out snow, and plenty of pockets to increase her organization skills.

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Spyder Stunner Reversible 3-in-1 Jacket

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The girls' Spyder Stunner jacket will please both parents and their ski girls. Thanks to the jacket's 3-in-1 design, which includes a weatherproof, durable, insulated shell and a quilted water-repellant liner jacket, this is the only ski jacket your daughter will need this season. Plus, the jacket is reversible, so not only do the Spyder Stunner is versatile so as to accommodate any weather condition, but it will also will match any outfit - making the morning routine a lot easier.

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The North Face Denay Jacket

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The North Face Denay is available in multiple colors and prints sure to catch a young skier's eye. Don't let the jacket's cuteness fool you, though - this is a heavy-hitter built for the coldest conditions. The jacket's dynamic insulation, with 200g throughout the body and 160g in the sleeves, makes for a comfortable fit without sacrificing warmth. The Hyvent 2L exterior is fully seam-sealed, waterproof and breathable, designed to repel moisture on the inside and out. Additional features include a goggle cloth, key and glove clip, internal media pocket, and zip handwarmer pockets.

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