Peak Performance

Men's Rider Ski Jacket

$599.99

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SIZE GUIDE

JACKETS | TOPS

SIZE
XS
 S M L    XL  XXL
NUMERICAL   
0 1 2 3 4 5
UK | US CHEST
34 36 38 40 42 44
FR/IT/EUROPE
46 48 50 52 54 56
AUS
84 87 90 93 96 99

 

PANTS

S M L XL XXL 3XL
French (FR) 38 40 42 44 46 48
UK/US Waist 30 32 34 36 38 40
EU 48 50 52 54 56 58

 

International Postage 

We ship same day.

International orders are FREE over $500 AUS However, if you choose to send your item back to us from abroad, you will pay for the postage. Carrier Calculated charges are used with purchases made overseas using DHL Express Service.

It will be your responsibility to pay any import duty or sales tax within your own country. We will not charge you Australian goods and services tax.

Domestic Postage

We are happy to offer our customers free shipping on all orders over $250 within Australia!  We use Australia Post. The Aus Post network covers over 80% of Australian business addresses, private addresses and Post Office boxes. Delivery outside this network will receive the fastest possible delivery using existing transport links. 

Snowsport International Pty Ltd takes full responsibility for any damages or losses that occur during transit. Please call us to organise the return of damaged goods or to report that a parcel has not arrived within the above timeframes. 

Out of Stock

We update our site’s product availability multiple times a day, however in some very rare instances another customer may have selected to purchase the same item at the same time. Should this happen, we will notify you within one business day that we will not be able to deliver the goods in the usual delivery period. If it is an item that we cannot re-order – we will give you a refund immediately; if it is an item we can re-order – we will inform you of the new delivery time frame and give you the choice of waiting or receiving a refund.
Made using Hipe® Core, a breathable, wind- and waterproof fabric produced using recycled materials, this jacket makes an outstanding option for leisure skiers.  Features Quilted padded lining ...

Made using Hipe® Core, a breathable, wind- and waterproof fabric produced using recycled materials, this jacket makes an outstanding option for leisure skiers. 

Features

  • Quilted padded lining
  • Seamsealed inside
  • Laminated brim
  • Adjustment at back of hood
  • Chin guard in brusched tricot
  • Zipped chest pocket under flap
  • Zipped hand pockets under flap
  • Articulated sleeves
  • Wrist gaitor with thumbhole inside cuffs in stretch fabric
  • Cuff adjustment
  • Adjustable elastic cord at bottom hem
  • Zipped vents at side panel
  • Skipass pocket at left hand sleeve
  • Powderskirt
  • Zipped innerchest pocket
  • Metal P at sleeve
  • Printed artwork at brim
  • Material: 100% Polyester Recycled
Made using Hipe® Core, a breathable, wind- and waterproof fabric produced using recycled materials, this jacket makes an outstanding option for leisure skiers.  Features Quilted padded lining ...

Made using Hipe® Core, a breathable, wind- and waterproof fabric produced using recycled materials, this jacket makes an outstanding option for leisure skiers. 

Features

  • Quilted padded lining
  • Seamsealed inside
  • Laminated brim
  • Adjustment at back of hood
  • Chin guard in brusched tricot
  • Zipped chest pocket under flap
  • Zipped hand pockets under flap
  • Articulated sleeves
  • Wrist gaitor with thumbhole inside cuffs in stretch fabric
  • Cuff adjustment
  • Adjustable elastic cord at bottom hem
  • Zipped vents at side panel
  • Skipass pocket at left hand sleeve
  • Powderskirt
  • Zipped innerchest pocket
  • Metal P at sleeve
  • Printed artwork at brim
  • Material: 100% Polyester Recycled
Men's Rider Ski Jacket
$599.99
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Peak Performance

Peak Performance was founded in 1986. The Scandinavian brand is a a fusion of of stylish and technical. It features high-performance details and fabrics.

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Men's Rider Ski Jacket

Tech Info

Warmth Rating

Staying Warm

In general, padded jackets are warmer but less versatile than shell jackets, which have little or no insulating material.

The story goes that natural down insulation is less bulky than synthetic padding but loses its thermal properties when it's wet, whereas synthetic insulation works better when wet but tends to be more bulky and not as easy to compress into a small package. However, newer forms of synthetic padding are less bulky and more compressible, mimicking down, and may even be stretchy and breathable.

 There are two types of scenarios when a skier purchases a jacket. 

Skier one: Likes to ski moderately to hard and can get warm when doing this. 

We recommend either a waterproof and breathable shell, paired with an insulation jacket. This allows you to stay warm when its a cold day. Or shed the insulation jacket on a warm day to utilise the light properties of a shell jacket.

Pros: You have a second functioning jacket which you can walk around town with or use a light travel jacket. 

Brand suggestions:

  • Peak Performance 
  • Black Yak
  • J.lindeberg

Cons: Purchasing a shell outer jacket and and insulation jacket can put some people off.  

Skier two: Can ski comfortably around doesn't like to push to hard and wants to wear the jacket to Apres ski. 

We recommend a Down or Primaloft insulated jacket. These provide the highest level of warmth around your vital organs. 

Pros: Warm and stylish jackets 

Cons: You can get to warm depending where you ski.

Brand Suggestions:

All brands make these jackets just look for an insulated jacket.

< 20°C
-20°C to -5°C
-5°C to 0°C
0+°C

water proofing

Let's talk waterproofing and how the scale works.

Waterproofing is measured in numbers; 20k for example. The number refers to millimeters and the amount of pressure the fabric can stand before water starts to leak through. The easiest way to paint the picture is if you imagine 20 000 millimeter hollow tube. Let's now take that tube and place it on a 20 k fabric. If we then fill it up with water, the fabric will not let any water pass through. If this would have been a 15 k fabric though, you can probably imagine what would have happened instead? This is what the number means, but that's not how a jacket is used.

So, what does different numbers means to you and how to use our 1-5 scale? 

1: 3000mm ( Water Resistant )

Entry level - 3000mm is still considered waterproof but won't last for more than light rain.

2: 5000mm ( Snow Proof )

If you ride in cold and clear conditions, you can get away with this level. We don't recommend wearing this when the bad weather hits (unless you like being cold and wet).

3: 10 000mm ( Water Proof )

Wear this is you like long days on the mountain, even when there's bad weather. 10k is a good level.

4: 15 000mm ( Water Proof )

Rain and wet snow don't stand a chance with this. If you live in wetter climates (Australia we're looking at you) 15k is a good, if not great choice. It takes a lot to pass through the membrane.

5: 20 000k and up, also known as (Keep You Dry In Your Own Shower k)

If you enjoy the outdoors, skiing backcountry or need to be prepared for everything situation, you should be looking at 20k and up for waterproofness and breathability. You'll thank us later.    

Water Resistant
Snow Proof
Waterproof
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