2017 Lily Collection jacket and bib from Divas SnowGear

by Kirsten Armleder

The Lily Collection jacket is available in spearmint, lilac, pink and charcoal. DSG photo

The new Lily Collection from Divas SnowGear (DSG) is so pretty you’ll want to wear it around. But don’t be fooled, this jacket and bib combo puts performance first. 

Jacket

Features include a waterproof and windproof coating, 200-gram Thinsulate on the body and 150-gram Thinsulate on the sleeves and hood (which is removable). There are vertical side vents for temperature regulation and reflective Scotchlite piping for nighttime visibility.

Inside the jacket, you’ll find a large interior mesh pocket, a chest pocket and a lower sleeve pocket, as well as a powder skirt and interior Lycra wrist gaiters with thumb holes. The front zipper is seam sealed and it has a handy magnetic flap to keep the wind out.

Bibs

The bibs feature heavy-duty 500D Nylon panels with a waterproof and breathable coating. There is 200 grams worth of Thinsulate on the body and on the upper bib portion. Don’t like bibs? Unzip the upper portion of the bibs and they become pants that you can adjust at the waist. Other great features include interior boot gaiters, side leg zippers with magnetic closure and a snap inseam that adjust the length of the bibs from 28.5 inches to 32.5 inches.

For more information, go to the DSG website.

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