Peak Performance Coat Anima

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Sleek and clean-looking the Anima Jacket is designed to combat adverse winter weather and keep you snug. The Hipe Core+ shell gives you great breathability as well as water- and windproof protection against the elements. Encasing a cozy layer of insulation padding, all in all it adds up to a sporty garment with essential technical features that will never let you down out on the slopes.

  • Gender: Women
  • Fabric: 100% Polyester
  • Number of inner pockets: 1
  • Number of outer pockets: 2
  • The height of the model is: 176 cm
  • Hood: Removable, Detachable Hood
  • Waterproof: Splashproof
  • Fit: Athletic
  • Chin Guard: YES
  • Longer Backside: YES
  • Adjustable Cuffs: YES
  • Stretch Inner Cuffs: YES
  • Thumb Hole: NO
  • Snowpass Pocket: YES
  • Snowcatcher Attachers: YES
  • (Anti-Slip) Snowcatcher: YES
  • Taped Seams: NO
  • Regular fit
  • Removable hood, 2 direction adjustable
  • Two zippered hand pockets
  • Ski pass pocket at sleeve
  • Zippered inner pocket
  • One mesh inner pocket
  • Ventilation zipper under sleeve
  • Articulated sleeves
  • Detachable powderskirt
  • Snap in system
  • Goggle wiper in chest pocket
  • Elastic drawstring at bottom hem
  • Velcro adjustment sleeve endings
  • Elastic wrist gaiters
  • Material: Hipe Core +
  • Padding weight: 80gr/m2
  • Watercolumn: 10.000 mm
  • Breathability: 10.000gr/m2/24h
  • Total weight (g): 830 gr/pc
  • Material: 100% Polyester
  • Productcode: 6163D60030

About Peak Performance

 

Åre, a mountain village in the Swedish province of Jämtland, 1986.

One day, three talented skiers got together to discuss a few things that they had been thinking about, based on their own experiences. Firstly, why was no one making clothes that they wanted to wear? Clothes that combined excellent functionality with simple, attractive design; not flashy, but still not boring. Secondly, was there any way that they could stay longer and more often in the ski resort they all loved - the little mountain village of Åre in the heart of the Swedish mountains?

The three skiers made up an unusually good group of people to find the answers. Stefan Engström was a world-class mogul skier with several World Cup wins to his credit. Peter Blom was editor-in-chief of the country’s biggest ski magazine. Christer Mårtensson was an art director and designer. Before long, they were joined by a fourth person, the former alpine skier and ski salesman Jonas Ottosson.

It turned out that the answer to both questions was Peak Performance. The team’s ambitions didn’t initially extend much beyond making some clothes for themselves and their friends, in sufficient quantities to make a living from it. But the outside world wanted more. In the late 1980s, people were tired of extravagance and superficiality. Everybody missed the real thing that comes with genuine quality. A plaid flannel shirt was suddenly the answer, rather than neon and glitter. Grunge replaced synthesizers in the music industry and Peak Performance replaced a number of flashy brands on the ski slopes.

The people of Åre are of course proud of the brand that has built a global reputation. But locals are still just as skeptical of anyone that tries to brag or show off. You prove your worth on the slopes, on the rapids, on your bike, at work, or maybe by your ability to tell a good story around the fire at dusk. And if you can do it in style, you get an extra approving nod.

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