Women’s Insulated Jackets

Find the best in Women’s Insulated jackets. The hiking season is here and your going to need a light weight, warm and water resistant jacket’s to protect you from the elements. Earth Gear has put together a collection of some of the best women’s insulated jackets to take you on the trails or maybe just around town. Keep them stored in you pack for when the weather turns or sitting around camp on a cool evening and braving the snow when out around town.

Featured Jackets

Patagonia Nano Puff Insulated Jacket
Whether you’re posted up by the campfire, enjoying your seventh s’more of the evening or cruising up one of Castle Rock’s famed routes, the Patagonia Women’s Nano Puff Insulated Jacket provides lightweight warmth. The Nano Puff boasts a tenacious exterior thanks to the recycled polyester shell and lining, which when combined keeps wind out and warmth in, while the DWR treatment prevents light precipitation from getting the best of your time spent outside. PrimaLoft Gold Eco maintains a moderate warmth-to-weight ratio, and ensures that you stay warm, even when wet.

Rab Neutrino Endurance Hooded Down Jacket
Freezing temperatures have never stopped you from enjoying the outdoors, especially in the Rab Women’s Neutrino Endurance Down Jacket. Since it’s protected with Pertex Endurance face fabric and lined in Pertex Quantum, it’s durable and flexible enough to withstand harsh weather conditions and fun times at the resort. The Nikwax hydrophobic European goose down insulation makes this jacket incredibly warm and highly compressible, which allows you to stuff it into your backpack with ease. It also features a stitch-through baffle construction and a chest and hand-warmer zip pockets.

The North Face Thermoball Hybrid Insulated Jacket
Rely on The North Face Women’s Thermoball Hybrid Insulated Jacket to give you comfort and breathability at a light weight while you hike, backpack, ride your bike around town, or take a leisurely walk with friends. Its TNF Apex Aerobic side and sleeve panels supply wind resistance, stretch, and breathability during aerobic activities while the Thermoball’s PrimaLoft ThermoBall insulation offers the loft, warmth, and compressibility of down with the insulating-even-when-wet performance of synthetics. Elastic-bound cuffs and a hem cinch-cord help seal in warmth, and a DWR finish provides light resistance against wet weather.

Mountain Hardwear Stretchdown Hooded Down Jacket
A fierce adversary against howling winds and less than comfortably cool temperatures, the Mountain Hardwear Women’s StretchDown Hooded Jacket revolutionizes what it means to trek in cold temperatures. Designed for just about all of your cold-weather pursuits, this jacket features a lightweight and tenacious stretch-knit fabric that provides weather-resistant protection, which enables it to be worn on its lonesome or layered underneath a hard shell. Additionally, the Q.Shield down insulation is fortified with a water-resistant coating that safeguards the insulation from light precipitation, in turn making this jacket more versatile than even your go-to synthetic jacket