The Terracea Women's Huntington Insulated Jacket is both stylish for outdoor sports and high performing in cold, wet and windy weather. Stay warm and snug when you wear it downhill or cross-country skiing, snowboarding or even ice skating outdoors. It also keeps you comfortable on a city commute and pairs well with dress pants, jeans and skirts!

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Fit to Function

We design our apparel for a clean, modern fit that performs as all-weather wear.

  • Soft-touch Fabric – Noticeably quiet, non-friction material that forms to your body with comfortable stretch.
  • Modern Fit – Designed with simple, clean lines that blend easily with your everyday to active style.
  • Arm Zippered Pocket – Perfectly placed for a public transit pass to a ski pass or even a set of keys.
  • Dual Internal Mesh Drop Pockets - Carry a wallet or electronics for your city outings, then tuck in a flashlight or thermos for rugged fun.
  • Internal Zippered Phone Pocket – Large enough to fit larger tech screens for easy reach and safety from the elements.
  • Fixed Hood -­ Helmet compatible while maintaining a low profile and drape when not worn.
  • Internal cord adjusters - Camouflages snowsport functions under a sleek, modern aesthetic.
  • Removable Powder Skirt – Use it for the mountains. Lose it for urban adventures.
  • Hemline cord tighteners - Standard for all jackets.
  • Primaloft Silver Insulation -­ A premium standard rated high for lightweight warmth that doesn’t puff or bunch up.
  • Deep external pockets – Attractive design and practical utility.
  • Magnetic center-front closure 
  • 20K/20K Waterproof/Breathable


Size Chart

Chest Range: Diameter of the chest, measured 1" below the arm pit and straight across the chest, around the back. 
Waist Range (Women's jackets only): Diameter of the waist, measured around the narrowest part of the midsection. Generally just below the bottom ribs. 
Bottom Hem: Diameter of the bottom hem of the jacket, measured right above bottom hem line. 
Sleeve Length: Distance measured from the bottom center (nape) of the neck, straight across the shoulder, and down the relaxed arm (with elbow slightly bent) to the wrist.
Back Length: Distance measured down the back of the jacket from the bottom center (nape) of the neck to the end of the bottom hem.